From the Archives: The Di Stasio Ideas Competition
A review of the 2008 competition and exhibition, which pursued a new identity for the Australian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
Review: Cardboard Book
A new book from an editions chronicles the creative possibilities of designing with this humble, everyday material.
With her series of cute cafes and pop-up rooftop bars, designer Adele Winteridge is effecting change on the Australian hospitality scene.
Fusing humble materials with intelligent contemporary design, Nest Architects interiors are furnished with a sophistication bound by Melbournes rich urban history.
Matt Woods Design
Matt Woods, the Sydney designer behind Avido and Bloodwood, fuses eclectic details and reclaimed materials to create striking interiors with a rough, industrial edge.
Interview: Romaldo Giurgola
This year marks the 90th birthday of Romaldo Giurgola, architect of Parliament House. Maitiú Ward speaks to Giurgola about his hopes, and his concerns, for the future of Australias cities.
Life Cycle: Preshil
Five decades after construction began on Kevin Borlands Preshil School, the project continues to set a benchmark for innovative education design.
Melbourne architects Ben Edwards and Juliet Moore discuss their philosophy for collaborative design and raw experimentation with Domingo Robledo.