"High-rise living is not for everyone. One could argue that it needn’t be, but like it or not, the intense urbanisation occurring in our lifetime means more of us than ever will be living off the ground." Penny Craswell and Peter Salhani explore liveability, sustainability, civic presence and amenity in the latest issue of AR – Sky High.
Welcome to 2016, a new year and a new look for inside. While everyone was resting over the Christmas and New Year break we have all been working on a new format for the magazine and we hope that you like it. Nothing stays the same and this year we feel will be one with many changes – but all for the good!
Culture is a big idea and there is no doubt the practice of architecture is a cultural act – but does it direct culture? Can or should it? In this edition of AR, guest editors Stuart Harrison, Simon Knott and Christine Phillips turn the focus to this broad theme with a series of diverse projects.
It’s difficult to believe that we are now at the end of 2015. What a whirlwind year it has been and where did the time go? In this the last issue of (inside) for 2015 we are proud to showcase the winners from this year’s Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA).
Guest editor Karen McCartney takes us through AR's residential issue, featuring superhouses by Fearon Hay Architects, Pattersons Associates, Breathe Architecture, Chenchow Little and Vokes and Peters.
The year is quickly drawing to a close, but not before we have the honour and privilege to present the shortlisted projects and objects for the 2015 Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA).
Guest editor Joe Rollo takes us through the life's work of Sean Godsell, in the first ever issue of AR dedicated to the work of one architect.
Mezzanine is a new quarterly Australian design magazine that aims to bridge the gap between designers, makers and clients.
The July/August issue 87 of (inside) explores a variety of interiors that have each in their own way come back to life or been reinvented to live another.
Launching a new direction for AR, our first guest editor Joe Rollo comes to AR with a deep knowledge and extensive experience of architecture.