Founded on ideals of quality, aesthetics and social sustainability, door hardware designer, Halliday & Baillie is as finicky about detail as its clients.
Born in the midst of the global financial crisis, VAV Architects is made up of three practitioners, Daria Leikina, Darragh Breathnach and Pablo Bolinches Vidal, based respectively in Australia, Ireland and Portugal. Their mutual love of architecture and passion for follies and interventions is what drives the practice forward.
Dale Hardiman and Adam Lynch are young furniture designers based in Melbourne. Through their company Dowel Jones they are crafting beautifully made products that push the boundaries of design innovation and sustain the environment.
Memorialising the Griffins at Canberra
The centenary of Walter and Marion Griffin’s arrival down under makes it timely to (re)consider erecting a memorial to the city’s authors at the national capital, Australia’s greatest achievement in landscape architecture.
Design tools and the urgency of architecture
One of our contributing online editorial assistants navigates software in an attempt to unearth new possibilities for architectural practice.
Building Cultural Memory
British practice Haworth Tompkins recently completed the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool, UK. It is a project with significant socio-cultural heritage and its restoration is integral to preserving legacy.
Phoenix from the flames: Rarely can this term be used without denoting a metaphor, and while A. Baker quite literally has come from flames, it is also a metaphor for an emerging spirit of design in our nation’s capital.
The Forrest Shed
A review of a small single residence in Canberra, designed by Collins Caddaye Architects. Situated in a heritage precinct and adjacent to a series of car parks, this urban intervention is a poignant example of micro-housing and urban densification in the city.