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.
Wood workshops: material value
ADR speaks to Elliot Gorham from Handsome & Co School of Fine Woodworking and Design about the current hands-on climate encouraging Melburnians to get crafty.
Earthship Biotecture: self-sufficient living revisited
Two years after looking at Michael Reynold’s ‘Earthship’, ADR takes another look at what has been happening off-the-grid.
Arent&Pyke: the strength of two
At seven years, with seven staff, Arent&Pyke is the face of a new generation of interior design practice. Gillian Serisier interviews the dynamic partnership bringing their unique flair to Australian interiors.
IDEA 2014 Gala Party celebrates exceptional Australian design
(inside) Interior Design Review‘s 12th annual Interior Design Excellence Awards honoured a diverse group of luminary Australian design professionals, each with a brilliantly distinct style and approach.
An interview with Edwards Moore
An insightful conversation with stellar architects Ben Edwards and Juliet Moore reveals the creative process and working dynamic behind their successful practice.