Retail therapy: Q+A with Design Clarity
We chat with managing director Kristina Hetherington about the role of design in a constantly evolving industry and the present and future of the company.
Potts Point Pied-À-Terre by Arent&Pyke
Arent&Pyke discuss their Potts Point pied-à-terre, an indulgent home resplendent with colour, texture, detail and form.
Is there a consistent connection between the silently beautiful but bold Nordic architectural design gestures, and the way in which the mind can be freed to creatively innovate? ADR contributor Bronwyn Marshall unpacks the enduring appeal of Nordic design.
Technē Architecture + Design
Always moving forward and never resting on its laurels, Technē Architecture + Design has made a name for itself designing beautiful projects that showcase the practice’s talent, imagination and integrity.
Interconnected design: Q+A with Adele Bates Design
As a relatively new design studio, Melbourne-based company Adele Bates Design has developed a varied portfolio, covering projects that range from multi residential, workspace, single residential and even branding. We speak with director Adele Bates about how her passion for all things design has steered her boutique full-service company to success.
Nan Tien Institute and Cultural Centre
Woods Bagot’s Nan Tien Institute and Cultural Centre, designed for the ambitious Taiwanese Fo Guang Shan Buddhist order, is the first building in what is proposed to be an extensive new university campus for Wollongong.
The changing face of our workplace
A global shift in how the workplace functions is being driven by an emergent workforce that demands flexibility, comfort and embedded technology.
Q+A: prefabricated building with Modscape
There has been a recent surge in popularity for prefab construction, yet the technique still polarises the architecture and design community, carrying the stigma of a ‘quick-fix’ production line solution. We speak with Jan Gyrn from Modscape about shifting attitudes towards modular building.