Snapshot: 2012 World Architecture Festival, Singapore
The 2012 World Architecture festival is one of the biggest architectural events of the year. We round up some of the social media coverage from architects and journalists on the ground in Singapore.
Notes from WAF: Day Two
Day two at the World Architecture Festival 2012 kicked off with an insight into the design of host city Singapore, with a particular focus on housing in the Lion City.
London Design Festival: Special Report
London Design Festival took place in venues across the city last month, offering a mix of events, installations and exhibitions. The low-tech, experimental spirit of the festival was captured in gritty spaces and behind-the-scenes showcases.
Notes from WAF: Day One
Hot on the heels of the 13th International Architecture Biennale in Venice comes the 2012 World Architecture Festival in Singapore. Alexa Kempton reports from within the Lion City.
10 Books in Review
From Japanese residential architecture to vintage-inspired French interiors, and from Thomas Heatherwick to Mathieu Lehanneur, ADR presents a selection of architecture and interior design focused book reviews.
One to Watch: Kelly Rattigan
In 2012 Kelly Rattigan won the AIA National Emerging Architect Prize. Influenced by Peter Corrigan and a deep interest in personal politics, Rattigan is forging an exciting, socially conscious body of work.
Interview: Jenni Carbins
London-based Jenni Carbins is the founder of Matilda – an alternative export initiative that helps promote the work of Australian designers in UK and European markets hungry for new work.
The Australian Response
Why is the idea of a national identity in Australian design so hard to define? A wave of designers are currently rising to the challenge, producing work that specifically refers to our history, place and iconography. So what does it mean to be quintessentially Australian?