Pokémon Go has become one of the largest mobile games in the world with users spending more time on it than social media. Using a similar Augmented Reality technology, Luxmy Furniture has developed innovative mobile application Testfit.
Macmasters Beach House by Arent&Pyke
Nothing says Australia quite like the eponymous beach house. Yet for years the interior language of these cherished abodes has stagnated at the height of Baby Boomer chic circa 1960. Gillian Serisier looks at a wonderfully contemporary iteration for inside magazine.
Diverse Australian style shortlisted in Restaurant & Bar Design Awards
It would seem that our famous café culture has given us an edge in this year’s Café category. Five of the nine shortlisted Café entries are Australian, with the dramatic, moody Lune by Studio Esteta and the airy Kitty Burns by Biasol Design Studio neatly demonstrating the breadth of our local aesthetic.
Piero Lissoni: respectful design
“You have to use fun,” says Piero Lissoni. ADR speaks to Lema’s prolific artistic director about design cultures, his longstanding relationship with Lema, and his secret to producing work that is both modern and timeless, on his recent visit to Australia as a guest of Rogerseller.
Dyson’s enduring light bulb moment
It is lamentably rare to have the inventor of a product speak about it publicly. Intriguing inventor and product designer Jake Dyson visited Dyson’s Sydney headquarters last month to give an insight on the development process and breakthrough technology behind his slick CSYS range.
Light work: AGL by HASSELL | Australian Design Review
Australian designers and architects know about workplace design. We lead the world with innovation and creativity that has become our own. The new Melbourne AGL office space designed by HASSELL is yet another workplace that perfectly fits the form and function bill, but offers so much more in substance and quality, as inside magazine finds out.
Testfit augmented reality mobile app by Luxmy Furniture
Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards winners announced
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) announced the winners yesterday, including ASPECT Studios who took home three prizes fresh off its previous win at the AILA NSW Landscape Architecture Awards.
Industrial design meets fine arts practice
Tucked under a winter embrace, take a sonorous sojourn into the elements. Through the slipstream of mirrored surfaces, and autumnal colourings, a playful carousel of industrial design emerges from the sketch books of our modern-day artisans.
Cubbyhouse: a safe space for disengaged children
Every year, around 1000 children are required to attend the Broadmeadows Children’s Court after incidences of domestic violence. Mihaly Slocombe worked pro-bono in collaboration with the Alannah and Madeline Foundation to kickstart the innovative Cubbyhouse project – a courthouse sanctuary for children, the first of its kind in Australia.
Robot to revolutionise bricklaying
Perth-based company Fastbrick Robotics has created a robotic bricklayer capable of constructing a house by itself in less than two days.
Making public space playful: Medibank Place
With green spaces bound by timber seats and decking, and stepped topographical structures, HASSELL’s Medibank landscape brings an organic textural diversity to an area laden with concrete, offering respite from the offices.
BGGS Research Learning Centre by m3architecture
Taking conceptual cues from imaginative literature, m3architecture’s design for Brisbane Girls’ Grammar School’s Research Learning Centre encourages the students’ search for knowledge.