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.
Book review: Athfield Architects
Athfield Architects is responsible for reshaping integral elements of New Zealand’s architecture. Maitiú Ward reviews this record of their work.
In profile: Six Degrees
Since the opening of Meyers Place in the nineties, Six Degrees has forged a reputation for designing highly crafted hospitality interiors that have helped shape the contemporary identity of Melbourne’s social spaces.
Inside 75 now on sale
Issue 75 of Inside Interior Design Review tips its hat to the booming hospitality industry, and the integral role that designers play in shaping hospitality spaces.
Week in review
AJ’s Women in Architecture shortlist revealed, Peter Zumthor’s glassware for Alessi, Adelphi Hotel closes its doors, and Moby still loves architecture.
Intimate Metamorphosis: Film & Architectural Space
Countless connections have been made between film & architecture, but Adrian Martin considers a different relationship – a filmic architecture of the every day; of personal, intimate space.
One to Watch: Andrew Burns
With a single architectural project, Australia House in Japan, Andrew Burns was thrust into the spotlight. As an examination of his work to-date demonstrates, this architect is far from being a one-hit wonder.