Milan: ‘Unexpected Welcome’ by Moooi
Moooi’s Unexpected Welcome exhibition showcased work by the likes of Marcel Wanders, Studio Job & Nika Zupanc against photography by Erwin Olaf.
Barangaroo: The Towers & the Fury
Debate continues to rage over the civic and design qualities of Sydney’s Barangaroo development. Though the discussion has largely ignored one of the forces driving the more contentious aspects of the scheme – demand.
Swedish Design Goes Milan
The ‘Swedish Design Goes Milan’ exhibition at Superstudio Piu during Milan Design Week showcased work from emerging and well-known Swedish designers alike.
‘Afrofuture’ at Milan Design Week
Enya Moore checked out the Afrofuture event at this year’s Milan Design Week, which showcases the makers, thinkers, and dreamers of Africa’s wide-ranging contemporary design landscape.
Forty years at the JamFactory
Since its inception in 1973, Adelaide-based organisation JamFactory has been nurturing the careers of designer-makers. Marking its 40th year in 2013, JamFactory is now stepping up to its next challenge: a second facility in the heart of the Barossa Valley.
Book review: Designer Suburbs
In ‘Designer Suburbs’, Judith O’Callaghan & Charles Pickett look into the involvement of architects in Australia’s project home industry – Adam Russell reviews.
Notes from Milan: Ventura Lambrate
Continuing our Milan coverage this year, Jeanne Tan visits the Ventura Lambrate satellite show, which plays host to a number of emerging designers and collectives from around the world.
Review: Archizines exhibition, Sydney
Michael Holt reviews Archizines, the touring exhibition showcasing independent architectural publishing, at its latest venue in Sydney.