Kenneth Cobonpue: rattan’s first virtuoso
In 2007, prolific Filipino industrial designer Kenneth Cobonpue was named ‘rattan’s first virtuoso,’ by the New York Times. ADR presents a Q&A with the leading exemplar and advocate of South East Asian design.
Series 7 chair: 60 years in perfect shape
(inside) Interior Design Review and Cult Design celebrated the 60th Anniversary of the iconic Series 7 Chair by Republic of Fritz Hansen, as Cult reveal two exclusive anniversary editions of the chair.
Age-old Japanese woodwork: carving a new path
ADR takes a look at the role of woodwork in the marriage of traditional and contemporary Japanese design.
Shelter and sanctuary: design inspired by disaster
ADR takes a look at architectural design that is both inspired by, and responsive to, the realities of an increasingly volatile natural environment.
Biasol Design Studio
Jean-Pierre Biasol, of emerging architecture and design practice, Biasol Design Studio, speaks to ADR about the European design approach, Australia’s booming hospitality scene, and the exciting projects Biasol is working on locally and abroad.
Changes on the home front: Australia’s evolving front yard
ADR takes a look at how the front yard can be interpreted as a meeting place between home and city.
Patriotic architecture: Australia’s built identity
A pavilion, an arboretum and a shrine. How does our national identity manifest itself in a building? In light of recent Australia Day festivities, ADR reflects on three major public design projects embodying patriotic pride.
Hayball: a closer look at an industry leader
Following Hayball’s placing amongst the 2015 international list of Top 100 Architecture Firms, ADR contributor Doug Ross takes a closer look at what has driven their success.