What will the interior design industry look like in the new decade?

What is the future of interior design? With the rise of social media platforms like Instagram and Pinterest – both of which launched in 2010 – the industry experienced, perhaps for the first time, changes that went beyond trends and colours to include new marketing strategies, the threat of the DIY-stylist and the increasingly difficult […]

Design community unites to help bushfire-affected communities

Australian designers, architects and tradies have come together to do their bit for those who have lost everything in the recent bushfires. Last week, ADR covered the Architects Assist initiative, which connects those who have lost their homes in the fires with qualified architects and designers offering pro bono advice and design services. Tradies For […]

Keith Haring | Jean-Michel Basquiat: Crossing Lines opens at NGV

Crossing Lines, a joint exhibition of the work of groundbreaking US artists Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960 to 1988) and Keith Haring (1958 to 1990), has opened at the National Gallery of Victoria International. The exhibition is loosely a dialogue between two artists who were friends and collaborators in the heady artistically fecund days of 1980s New York. Their work […]

Edition Office and Yhonnie Scarce’s 2019 NGV Architecture Commission opens to the public

Set among the European pin oaks of the National Gallery of Victoria, Edition Office and Yhonnie Scarce’s installation for the 2019 NGV Architecture Commission is as much about what isn’t there as what is.  In Absence opens to the public on 27 November and will be on the Melbourne museum’s grounds until April 2020. ADR toured the installation […]

Benjamin Moore names 2020 Colour of the Year

Shaw Contract’s new reFrame collection allows for subtle or dramatic colour play