Harbord Diggers announces final five architects in design competition
The five finalists will vie for the second stage of the proposed $106 million redevelopment project based in the Northern Beaches area of Sydney.
‘Paper-bricks’ designed by nendo
Paper-bricks designed by Japanese design consultancy nendo aims to translate the concept of 3D-CAD into analog form.
New York City’s street transformation from the Bloomberg era
Photos show how extensively Mayor Bloomberg updated New York City’s built environment.
‘Fractured’ installation on display for White Night Melbourne
Robbie Rowlands has taken three pieces of furniture – a wardrobe, bedside table and a set of drawers – and reassembled them into a paradigm of complexity.
Entries now open for 2014 Houses Awards
All projects completed between 1 January 2013 and 28 February 2014 are eligible to enter and where appropriate, the projects can be entered in more than one category.
The Design Institute of Australia celebrates Women In Design
Women In Design is an exhibition and celebration of the outstanding contributions fourteen Victorian female designers have made to their creative practice.
And the winner is
Today, the winner of the 2014 Space + Moooi Design Residency was announced.
The Living wins MoMA PS1’s 2014 Young Architects Program
With an aim to promote sustainability and recycling, the project will integrate practical science applications with advanced computerised technologies.
Images courtesy: The Living
‘Look Upstairs’ represents a new era of design events
Presented by agideas, ‘Look Upstairs’ is a design event that explores the philosophy, strategy and processes behind some of the world’s most innovative solutions for diverse industries, communities and nations.
The Chedi Andermatt features luxury bathroom fittings by Philippe Starck
The newly opened five-star alpine resort seeks to combine luxury and natural aesthetics in a classic, timeless manner.
A year of change for Poltrona Frau
This year, Italian design brand Poltrona Frau plans to launch nine different leathers, featuring new colour schemes and textures, to complement its existing range of furniture.
Text: Jan Henderson
Images courtesy: Corporate Culture
Short film screening at RMIT Design Hub
The RMIT Design Hub is hosting the closing celebration of the short film production, entitled Chicks on Speed: Scream, followed by a question time with the artists.
Osborne & Little wins best window display at Paris Deco Off 2014
The design team created an imaginative underwater scene for the competition.