"The space references what is inherently Melbourne – laneways, graffiti, cafes and raw environments." A display suite in Melbourne, designed byTechnē, is demonstrating how the city’s culture can be adapted to the design of its commercial offices.
Previously a timber mill, and the site of a car mechanic and hardware store, The Mill is a loose amalgamation of buildings that has been turned into a new hub in Bowral’s main street.
Image above, custom wallpaper by de Gournay Rateau design. Photo by Natalie Dinham. Scratchy hard-edged lines through to soft delicate hand painting – there’s something to be said of the character that is imparted from a hand-drawn artefact. Even in architecture, the softness imbued in a hand-drawn architectural render doesn’t seem to translate when produced […]
Featuring more than 60 artists and designers from over 30 countries and free and exclusive to Melbourne, the triennial will include major presentations from international and Australian designers and artists, including Formafantasma, Brodie Niell, Yayoi Kusama and Estudio Campana.
Drainage is often the forgotten workhorse of the building and design function. Yet drainage maintains a simple albeit vital purpose.