Designs for Victoria’s first vertical school released
The Victorian State Government has released images of designs for Victoria’s first vertical school, planned for construction in South Melbourne.
Andrew Donaldson Architecture and Design (ADAD)
Based in the City of Sydney’s dynamic William Street Creative Hub, designed by ADAD, the emerging architectural practice is steadily accruing a folio of built work.
Speaking with Tom Dixon
Internationally renowned British designer, Tom Dixon, has recently designed Interchange (interchange.io), a purpose-built co-working space in Camden, London – three shiny glass and metal buildings and over 7803 square metres (84,000 square feet) of co-working and office space to rent.
A new chapter for libraries: an interview with Andrew Nimmo
Revered for his contributions to public and educational design, Andrew Nimmo has a deep knowledge of the connection between learning, space, and technology. Nimmo gives his own take on the library of the future, and its relevance in the digital age.
BIG’s 2016 Serpentine Pavilion design revealed
The design for London’s 2016 Serpentine Pavilion by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has been revealed, along with four 25 square metre Summer Houses.
Snøhetta’s Centre for World Culture
The striking King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture appears as a futuristic homage to surrounding geology, creating a modern monument to culture in the Saudi Arabian desert.
Pink Moon Saloon
In the four-metre wide space that was once the opening of a bleak alleyway, now stands a quaint and inviting cabin-like structure. A peaked roof reaches up, and while it is nowhere as high as the buildings that press against either side of it, this little venue is far from shadowed by its surrounds.
Iredale Pedersen Hook: outback architecture
The complexity of multicultural Australia requires an increased awareness of language, custom and culture. Having worked for many years with Aboriginal Australians to produce culturally sensitive architecture, Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects shares its experience of cultural competency.
Yves Béhar: the technology of ageing
San Francisco-based designer Yves Béhar is perhaps the world’s preeminent designer operating at the interface of humans and technology. The care of an ageing population, he says, is “the next frontier for design”.
Design pairs with wine at Devil’s Corner
Cumulus Studio has recently unveiled their new establishment for Devil’s Corner wines – a rustic and inventive design that takes this winery to the top of the must-see list.