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.
In profile: Resident
Since making a splash at the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair, NZ furniture & lighting company Resident has been hard to ignore. With a collection of clean, smartly resolved designs, it’s easy to see why.
Sustainable Living Festival round-up
Jo Leeder recounts the Sustainable Living Festival’s ‘Big Weekend’ event last week, touching on issues of population, energy, housing & community integration.
Learn for Life: New Architecture for New Learning
Gillian Serisier reviews ‘Learn For Life: New Architecture for New Learning’ – a collection of architecture and interiors supporting progressive models of acquiring knowledge.