Genty Marshall examines two hospitality projects in France that both provide work-friendly eating environments, fostering sharing and promoting chance encounters between like-minded professionals.
Red-dirt Voodoo: Re-building Australia’s North West
Simon Sellars travels to the Pilbara and Kimberley in search of meaningful architecture and urban design.
In profile: Christopher Boots
Taking inspiration from nature, Melbourne-based lighting designer Christopher Boots is creating a stir with designs that are equal parts elegance and flamboyance.
Broached Commissions’ latest exhibition, Broached East, looks into Australia’s relationship with Japan and China through six considered pieces by designers from three countries.
Review: Tania Davidge on Architectural Criticism
Tania Davidge reviews two discussion panels held in Melbourne and Sydney featuring US architecture & design critic Alexandra Lange, and considers the future of architectural criticism in Australia.
Green Cities 2013 round-up
Now in its seventh year, last week’s Green Cities conference focused on sustainability within the built environment. Jo Leeder reports the highlights.
Three books in review
Gillian Serisier takes a look at three recently published books in the fields of architecture, art and interior design.
Review: Experimenta Speak to Me
Speak to Me, the 5th International Biennal of Media Art launched in Melbourne late last year, assembled the work of Australian & international artists investigating the impact technology has on intimacy and togetherness.