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.
Illuminating designs: An interview with Duncan Meerding
Meerding’s passion for making has translated into a skilled craft, having successfully designed and manufactured a series of well-resolved lighting and furniture pieces.
Greg Natale’s Astor encore
Playing on the opposites of a rich interior surrounded by light, Greg Natale has created a cocoon of sumptuous finishes that pay respectful homage to The Astor’s heritage and era. This project featured in (inside) Interior Design Review issue 82.
Cultural ribbon or coastal connections?
The City of Sydney’s program of design excellence forums recently focused on cultural precinct planning. With three of the city’s iconic beaches currently undergoing renewal, what is the role of the seaside CBD in the context of Sydney’s cultural identity? Written by ADR’s contributing online editor, Sara Anne Best.
IDEA Retrospective: Breathe Architecture
Jeremy McLeod of Breathe reflects on winning both the hospitality award for the National Hotel refurbishment and the Designer of the Year award at IDEA 2012, in an interview with CATC student Eliza Sanby.
IDEA Gold Medallist Janne Faulkner
Since establishing Nexus Designs in 1967, Janne Faulkner has been internationally recognised as one of Australia’s most influential leading designers. Faulkner reviews her illustrious career in an insightful interview with CATC student Samantha Miller.
Should architects register upon graduation?
Many aspiring (and registered) architects around the world have been calling for the radical reform of the architect registration process. ADR’s contributing online editorial assistant, Wesley Perrott, looks at changes being made in architectural registration in the UK and US, in comparison with Australia.