A new high-end, limited edition design brand is employing a novel collaborative method to turn the insular world of Australian product design on its head.
Spanish architecture firm SelgasCano has made significant progress as a practice, despite tough economic times. From the team’s Madrid office pod, Jose Selgas shares his current outlook.
Life Cycle: Christ College
Described in 1962 as ‘uncohesive, obvious, even characterless, but somehow TASMANIAN’, Dirk Bolt’s Christ College in Hobart is now considered a rare example of the Tasmanian strain of regional modernism.
Interview: Bill Dowzer of BVN Architecture
Corporate Culture’s Richard Munao talks to BVN Principal Bill Dowzer about the evolution of workplace design and the firm’s nomination for this year’s IDEA Designer of the Year award.
Under the Edge – The Architecture of Peter Stutchbury
A new Stutchbury monograph serves as an exhaustive record of his work – with the unintentional consequence of highlighting a significant lacuna in his output to-date.
Interview: Russell and George
In the first of a series of interviews with this year’s IDEA Designer of the Year nominees, Richard Munao talks to Ryan Russell and Byron George about their growing young practice.
Lucy McRae’s Body Architecture
The work of artist and former architect Lucy McRae straddles the fields of fashion, film and fantasy. She talks to Simon Sellars about the inspirations behind her career.
Profile: Greg Hatton
Furniture designer Greg Hatton shares his fascination for raw materials and upcycling on a tour of his studio, housed in a former butter factory in Newstead, Victoria.