Tzannes brings smart design to Sydney journalism school

To enhance the public purpose of the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas, Tzannes designed an interior that tells a story of time past and present. Completed last year, the JNIJI has been shortlisted for IDEA 2021, the winners of which are set to be announced in person in February 2022 at the IDEA […]

60 of world’s biggest firms call for climate leadership ahead of COP26

More 60 of the world’s biggest and best known architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, planning and construction firms have co-signed the 1.5oC COP26 Communiqué ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow. An unprecedented open-letter to world leaders, the Communiqué reaffirms the commitment made by each individual firm and organisation to meet […]

“Design reflects society” – Ros Moriarty on how Indigenous narrative equals better placemaking

Balarinji managing director Ros Moriarty discusses how a co-design methodology with local Aboriginal shareholders is required to create urban places connected to Place and Country. Nearly 40 years ago, Ros and her husband Yanyuwa man John Moriarty founded the Indigenous design studio to foster authentic engagement and understanding of Aboriginal Australia for major projects nationally. […]

2022 NGV Architecture Commission opens for entries

Calls for the 2022 NGV Architecture Commission Competition kick off tomorrow with Australian multi-disciplinary practices and studios invited to submit their entries. Now in its seventh iteration, the commission is a chance for architects and designers to pen a temporary pavilion to be displayed throughout the summer at the NGV International’s Grollo Equiset Garden in […]

Hassell: COVID and the changing campus life

Until last year, teaching was largely on campus, but has the collective experience of working from home during the pandemic changed attitudes in higher education across the world? Hassell senior researcher Michaela Sheahan shares what the research indicates for the future. Over the last few years, Sheahan has conducted research into how students learn, how […]

Getting to know IDEA 2021 Designer of the Year finalist Travis Walton

In celebration of the 2021 IDEA Awards, ADR is taking a sneak peek into the people behind the design magic, with Melbourne designer Travis Walton now taking the lead. As a Designer of the Year finalist, Travis Walton Architecture has two projects shortlisted in the Residential Single category and one in Workplace under 1000sqm category. Winners are […]

Ten of the best pavilions from Dubai Expo 2020

Focused on architecture, culture and innovation, the world expo is sometimes called the Olympics of design. Originally slated to run in 2020, but postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Dubai Expo is the first time the event has been hosted in the Middle East and features 180 country pavilions. These are our top picks from […]

WilkinsonEyre keeps with “historic and contemporary architectural context” for Lord’s Cricket Ground stands

WilkinsonEyre has completed work on two new stands flanking the Stirling Prize-winning Media Centre at the world-famous Lord’s Cricket Ground. Work to replace the Compton and Edrich Stands at the historic London stadium began in 2018 with owners, the Marylebone Cricket Club, saying the new structures were part of ongoing plans to “futureproof the Ground”. At […]

Architects collectively can lead the conversation on sustainability, says Robert Goodliffe

If Australian architects collectively can get a name for not just creating beautiful objects, but for creating them with a view to sustainability, there will be a greater appreciation of design as being integral to the solutions of the 21st century, according to Robert Goodliffe. After more than three decades as a partner at ClarkeHopkinsClarke, […]

Latest issue of inside magazine on newsstands now!

The September/October issue of inside magazine is on newsstands now and includes all the projects shortlisted for IDEA 2021. The projects and practices featured in this issue resonate with the same restlessness I imagine we are all feeling in 2021. Affected as they are by all that has happened around us, they still, somehow, shine […]

Competition: Win a Fritz Hansen Swan Chair by Arne Jacobsen

In our latest competition, we’re giving you the chance to win one Fritz Hansen Swan Chair by Arne Jacobsen valued at $6420. We’re teaming up with Cult for the giveaway, with its in-house design team on hand to help the winner personally choose their favourite fabric from the Capture, Diablo, Fame, Rime or Tonus upholstery […]