IDEA Retrospective: Ross Didier
Continuing our IDEA Retrospective series, Australian Design Review presents a conversation with Ross Didier written by CATC student Amy Thomson. Didier reflects on his IDEA award winning project of 2005, the Obelisk Chair.
IDEA Retrospective: Hecker and Guthrie
The first in our IDEA Retrospective series, an interview with Paul Hecker and Hamish Guthrie by CATC student Barbara Remmen. The pair reflect on their past IDEA award winning projects Reserve Restaurant (Hospitality 2003) and SABA Women’s Clothing (Retail 2004).
Medical Science 2 at the University of Tasmania
Lyons Architecture’s innovative window system at MS2 UTAS provides conceptual links to the landscape of Hobart while supporting critical thought for the researchers within the building. This project was featured in AR135–Elements.
Space language – Sneakerboy by March Studio
Exponentially expanding volume as both a concept and physical boundary, March Studio explores cyberspace in bricks and mortar for fashion house Sneakerboy in Melbourne.
Egon Zehnder by IF Architecture
The new design of a Melbourne office provides workers and visitors alike with surroundings that feed the soul and inspire the intellect.
Chasing the ephemeral
Artist David Serisier studied the images from James Turrell’s 2013 Guggenheim installation, and observed minute changes in colour and light to create a collection of paintings focused on re-formation and an attempt to capture the ephemeral. We look at the artist’s latest works for his upcoming exhibition – Gallium Sky.
Kink AKA Andrew Southwood-Jones & Alexander Kashin
Emerging as one of the most interesting design groups of its generation, Kink is more a quirk than a crinkle in the design fabric.
Bates Smart’s interior for Evans & Partners
Understanding that the physical experience of an entity is integral to the relationship, Bates Smart’s interior for Evans & Partners is a far cry from the trading houses of a pre-GFC world.