The Broadsheet Restaurant pop-up by Therefore Studio
Broadsheet has long dominated the online hospitality media space with its coverage of the best bars and eateries in Melbourne (and Sydney), so what does their restaurant look like in the flesh?
Alexander Lotersztain wins Good Design Award for Waterscape
The 2015 Good Design Awards has crowned designer Alexander Lotersztain a winner in the Sport and Lifestyle category for Waterscape, a floating platform made from recyclable materials.
Rethinking height limits in Sydney
“Taller buildings have a smaller environmental footprint, they offer economies of scale and they can give us greater opportunities for housing,” says Liberal councillor Christine Forster, as Parramatta City Council pushes for skyscrapers up to 500 metres in height.
Think pink and support the Cancer Council with Stylecraft
Stylecraft’s Catifa for Cancer Council chair is now available for purchase with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated to the Cancer Council.
Carl Hansen & Son is a name well-known in the world of design. The Danish company produces beautiful furniture pieces that are the epitome of cool Scandinavian design – all smooth and sleek, modern and functional.
NAWIC announces first round of speakers
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) has recently announced the first round of speakers for their Building a Better Future themed National Conference to be held 8 – 9 October 2015.
Parlour’s crowdfunding campaign for gender equity
Over the past three years Parlour has become an important ‘space to speak’, a respected platform which provides research, resources and advocacy, as well as discussion about gender equity in architecture. Parlour has helped build demand for a more equitable profession and better work practices, and has provided resources to assist in facilitating the required changes.
Fanuli and Flexform come to Melbourne
After nearly 40 years in Sydney, Fanuli launched their first Melbourne showroom last week. We speak to Giuliano Galimberti of Flexform and Fabio Fanuli about Italian style, and the family trade.
Contribute to The Pool exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale
Aileen Sage and Michelle Tabet’s ‘The Pool’ exhibition for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale “is not just about the typology of a pool, but also a pool of collaboration”.
The best of DEN Furniture + Design Fair 2015
ADR recaps with look at the inaugural DEN fair, and we announce our #bestofDEN competition winners.
Culture at Risk: National Architecture Conference 2015
This year’s National Architecture Conference brought forth a diversity of ideology and opinion, emphatically expressed at the Culture panel discussion chaired by Andrew Mackenzie with panellists Deborah Saunt, Ian McDougall and Cynthia Davidson.
Bijl Architecture develop One4Food Soup Kitchen
Sydney-based architecture and design practice Bijl Architecture has recently taken part in improving a community outreach initiative based in Redfern, Sydney.
Suburban skyscraper: a sell-out success
A month after being granted a permit to build the largest development outside Melbourne’s CBD, the developers of Whitehorse Towers in Box Hill have announced that all 511 apartments have been sold.