Nishi makes an entrance
March Studio’s Rodney Eggleston reveals the meticulous design process behind Nishi’s striking interiors, in an interview for ADR’s Intergrain Timber Vision award series.
Left field design: an interview with Ryan Russell
ADR delves into the origins of a fashion stalwart in Melbourne’s uber cool inner city, speaking to Ryan Russell of Russell & George about his influential, award-winning retail design at Left.
The Commons: an uncommon community
Jeremy McLeod of Breathe Architecture discusses socially sustainable design and a new living model at The Commons, in the first of ADR’s Intergrain Timber Vision Award winners interview series.
Full Circle Red, Karen Woodbury Gallery
Named for both a primary artwork and a return to Marion Borgelt’s exploration of red and black that marked her work of a decade ago, the exhibition is far from restricted.
Australian winning practices and projects at WAF 2014
We take a look at the five Australian practices that won some of the most awaited awards at this year’s World Architecture Festival in Singapore.
Decoration is king
With a shift to apartment living, a new aesthetic of style and substance is permeating our cities. And more than evolving a style, the new approach to apartment living is evolving taste, as Kathy McKinnon discovers.
Beyond ‘Things That Flicker’: The Next Step for Media Architecture
Matthew Claudel, a researcher at the MIT Senseable Cities Lab, investigates what the future holds for media architecture and implores it to explore ideas beyond ‘TV screens for living in’.
What do you stand for?
An article by Architectural Review Asia Pacific editor Michael Holt calls for the resuscitation of a discourse within the architectural discipline.