Peter Stutchbury wins gold at the Australian Architecture Awards
The Sydney-based architect has won the Australian Architecture Awards Gold Medal for his diverse contributions to the architectural discipline.
Entries for the 2015 Good Design Awards close today
Celebrating innovative design for over 50 years, the Good Design Awards are closing their doors for this year’s entries.
LandCorp and Lend Lease start Australia’s first energy storage trial in Perth
Residents of Alkimos Beach, a master-planned residential community in Perth’s northern suburbs, will participate in Australia’s first energy storage trial.
Workshopped supports emerging local design talent
Workshopped launches seven new products, each chosen from their most recent exhibition.
Phillip Johnson returns to Melbourne Flower Show with ANZAC tribute
The Anzac tribute garden commemorates 100 years of service and sacrifice by referencing the landscapes that were described in personal letters sent by Johnson’s great grandfather.
Architectus relocates to Harry Seidler’s MLC Centre
The international architecture and design firm will join MLC’s illustrious list of tenants including Freehills, the NSW Department of State and Regional Development, and the GPT Group.
Entries open for the 2015 World Architecture Festival
With 75 judges for this year’s awards, the World Architecture Festival is an opportunity for all architects to gain exposure to the international design community.
Talk: I can do that! The rise of the makers
Koskela will host an enlightening panel discussion on Australia’s thriving industry of makers, with Gillian Serisier, co-editor of (inside) Interior Design Review as emcee.
Beci Orpin and Lavazza join forces at VAMFF 2015
The Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival invites one of Australia’s most energetic creatives to celebrate the Melburnian love for coffee.
ISH bathroom innovation exhibition now on in Frankfurt
Running for over 50 years, ISH explores products, systems and designs which promote the efficient use of water and energy.
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.