Zenith Interiors’ new website goes live
As Zenith continues to evolve as an Australian office furniture brand, its new website provides a useful point of communication, showcasing its curated range of products in a dynamic platform.
Technē’s Bavarian beer hall opens at Melbourne’s Docklands
Munich Brauhaus is a fresh, clean take on the traditional beer hall and, with a staggering seating capacity of up to 900 patrons, it is certainly no half-baked facsimile.
Breathe Architecture reveals new plans for The Nightingale
Following the success of The Commons, its younger sibling, The Nightingale, is a community and eco-driven design model suggesting a new way forward.
Greg Natale launches new wallpaper collection for Porter’s Paints
Porter’s Paints and interior designer, Greg Natale, collaborate once again to produce a new range of wallpaper designs for 2015.
T2 interior wins International Store of the Year
Landini Associates retains elements of T2’s Australian identity while demonstrating a new direction for the evolving brand.
Concrete cladding dislodges from Zaha Hadid’s Vienna library
The malfunction casts a shadow on an otherwise landmark project by the prolific architect.
imm Cologne 2015: Singapore leads the way
Six Singapore-based furniture companies will participate in this year’s imm Cologne furniture fair.
Sydney Festival opens from 8-26 Jan
The Sydney Festival is now in its 38th year and shows no signs of stopping.
Architecture competition to bring design to the Himalayas
The Himalayan Mountain Hut competition invites all architects to register their plans for a mountain hut design.
Fraser Paxton and Bondor create eco architecture on the smallest scale
Taking green principles to an unexpected realm, Bondor and Fraser Paxton’s collaboration will be auctioned off for charity.
2015 Dulux Colour Awards judging panel announced
Dulux has engaged a diverse group of notable industry professionals to judge their upcoming awards, each with a natural affinity for colour and a wealth of experience designing inspirational, evocative spaces.
Steven Holl selected to design new wing for Mumbai city museum
Selected over OMA, StudioMumbai Architecture, Zaha Hadid and four others, Holl is now the first architect ever to be chosen through an international competition to design a public building in Mumbai.
Melbourne University architecture students build neonatal centre in Papua New Guinea
Under the guidance of Dr. David O’Brien from the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, the students took a hands-on design approach, focusing on the needs of the Suanum community.