Interview: Mimi Zeiger
Architect and writer Mimi Zeiger on loud paper, Spinal Tap and why architectural activism can bring about urban change.
The Satellite Agenda
Emerging from the shadows of design-fair behemoths in Milan, London and Cologne is a new breed of satellite design shows showcasing new ideas with wit and humour.
The installation work of designers Tokujin Yoshioka and Numen/for use explores the alluring grey area between art and design.
Interview: studio505s Dirk Zimmermann
studio505 is set to build a timber high-rise in Melbourne, Australias first building of this type. studio505 director, Dirk Zimmermann, discusses the opportunities presented by this new typology.
Why not timber high-rises?
Last week, Grocon revealed plans to build timber apartments in Melbourne. But do timber high-rises equal high-risk? Russell Fortmeyer argues the case for this new typology.
Practice Profile: Breathe Architecture
The design team behind Melbourne’s Seven Seeds cafe is forging a reputation for its ability to deftly negotiate the messy constraints of the inner city intervention.
In the face of globalisation and global warming, is architecture losing relevance? Rory Hyde examines the potential future for architectural practice.
Tongue + Groove Design Refinery
Proud to be small and bound to be big, the design collective behind the Design Refinery has a vivid past, present and future in mind.