Russell & George: meteor ascending
Design in all its forms is an ever-changing discipline, and Russell & George is at the forefront of reinventing the idea and process of design in its practice.
Sea World objects to Zaha Hadid Architects’ Gold Coast towers
Sea World has objected to London-based firm Zaha Hadid Architects’s design for the development of a $600 million twin tower complex on the Gold Coast.
An interview with Lucinda Hartley of CoDesign Studio
Lucinda Hartley is co-founder and CEO of CoDesign Studio, a placemaking social enterprise that works with local communities to deliver low-cost improvements to their public spaces. Since 2010, CoDesign Studio has worked on more than 50 urban renewal projects.
Ai Wei Wei: art and architecture
The Andy Warhol – Ai WeiWei exhibition opened at the National Gallery of Victoria on Friday, with a focus on the vast influence the pair have had on art and culture over the past two centuries.
Concrete House by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design
Tasteful, controlled, and just a little bit arty, Concrete House serves as a remarkable reflection of the client’s requirements and lifestyle, while exuding Matt Gibson Architecture + Design’s trademark style.
Vibe Hotel Canberra by Bates Smart
Bates Smart sought to establish a luxe opulence within the hotel, taking inspiration from the glamorised golden age of travel in the 1950s and 60s.
Multi storey schools on the rise
As cities run out of space and transition from building outward to upward, high-rise education looks to be the way of the future, with Perth already facilitating the country’s first vertical school.
Complexity and the city: an interview with Kjetil Trædal Thorsen of Snøhetta
Snøhetta is a Norwegian-born multidisciplinary architecture and design studio, named after what partner and founder Kjetil Trædal Thorsen describes as the country’s most beautiful mountain. Katia Pase met Thorsen in Hong Kong at the annual Business of Design Week conference (BODW) to discuss the levels of complexity happening in cities around the world.
Australia’s first Architecture and Design forecast
In February 2016, Niche Media will publish the first ever Global Architecture and Design Forecast for Australia. From an extraordinary research base looking at social, economic, population and planning data, the Forecast will delve deep and point the way to how we plan, design, build and supply in the coming years.
New Malt District to revive Nylex clock
The proposal by Fender Katsalidis Architects and Caydon Property Group is set to fuse new and old, reviving the area as well as the much-loved Nylex clock, which will now be run on renewable energy.