Trojan goat conceals philanthropic design ambition
Jesse Badger muses on his recent unexpected project, the potential for design to create social change, and his burgeoning career.
Australian footwear steps into New York retail design scene
The airily deconstructed feel of FEIT’s New York store is simplistic and openly developmental in its impression, fitting for a company dedicated to the same principles in their design of quality footwear.
John Wardle Architects to build a tent at NGV
John Wardle Architects has been chosen under the NGV’s Commission for Ephemeral Architecture to design and construct a temporary installation in the gallery’s gardens.
The quality of light: iGuzzini launch in Sydney
A major international brand, iGuzzini have launched in Sydney, with their sights set on lighting up Australia.
IDEA 2015 early bird entries are now open
Now in its 13th year, IDEA celebrates the best of Australian interior and product design across 11 categories and five special awards.
Woods Bagot appoints Ross Donaldson to executive chairman position
One of the world’s largest architecture practices, Woods Bagot, has appointed group managing director Ross Donaldson to the position of executive chairman.
Australia’s first 5 Green Star – Communities rating awarded to Curtin University
Western Australia is leading the way in sustainable, community-oriented design, with Curtin University’s proposed developments receiving industry recognition.
Super-sized Maximum tiles launch in Melbourne and Sydney
Imbued with a festive Italian theme, the convivial event drew curious crowds from the architecture and design industry, serenaded by a accordionist while checking out the Maximum product range on show.
DesignByThem brings Australian design to New York
DesignByThem will be premiering their playful Australian-designed products to an American audience, at this year’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York City.
Tonkin Zulaikha Greer makes everything old new again
An archeological mindset drove TZG’s redesign and development of Sydney’s Old Clare Hotel and Carlton United Brewery Administration Building.
Workspace commercial furniture solutions
Workspace Commercial Furniture Pty Ltd has been committed to Australian manufacturing for over 100 years, since establishing in 1911.
‘Skye by Crown’ spearheads Sydney’s ballooning property growth
Designs for the building by Koichi Takada Architects reveal an abundance of cylindrical forms, shaping the grand foyer and encasing the building in a vertical ‘veil’ rising over 60 metres high.
VIVID competition: applications now open for emerging designers
As part of Decor + Design, VIVID supports a new generation of designers, and has helped to kick start the careers of a number of Australia’s well-known designers.