How Jackson Teece redefined the role of a place of worship

Redefining the role of a place of worship within a community, the team at Jackson Teece draws on their experience of public buildings to create a village centre of consummate relevance. After securing the masterplan for Anglicare’s hospitality and wellness precinct, Heritage building Lober House, and additional retirement living accommodation at Anglicare’s Castle Hill site […]

Meet the IDEA jury series: Dan Cox

In the lead up to IDEA 2019, ADR is running a series of Q&As and profiles with this year’s jury. In the second instalment, we catch up with Dan Cox, director of interior design, Carr. ADR: What’s the biggest misconception that people have about life in a design practice? Dan Cox: That it is all […]

Milan trends

It’s always interesting to see the way colour and design move over the year and organically culminate at I Salone. With so much product on display, Milan is certainly the place to investigate trends or directions and emerging styles. This year it wasn’t exactly that ‘anything goes’, but there were two quite distinct streams of […]

How IoT is shaping the office of the future

The Internet of Things (IoT) is set to radically change office life. With cloud- connected furniture beginning to penetrate the workplace, architects and designers are now starting to recognise the possibilities of a workplace where everything from a desk to a chair can gather data and intelligence that improves our working lives, writes Bob Stewart, head […]

Meet the IDEA jury series: Yasmine Ghoniem

Luchetti Krelle’s design for Mode Kitchen & Bar oozes grandeur and glamour