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Far from the madding crowd, better health through great design in Hong Kong

Far from the madding crowd, better health through great design in Hong Kong

The AIA Alta Wellness Haven offers the complete package for health and wellbeing away from the busy city life in Hong Kong and does it through a stellar interior design.

Five thought-provoking stories on AI in architecture and interior design

Five thought-provoking stories on AI in architecture and interior design

Artificial intelligence is one of the defining issues of our time. Here are five ideas articles addressing the anxieties and possibilities of the technology in design.

Wood Marsh’s first stations

Wood Marsh’s first stations

Wood Marsh, a practice that spans 40 years, has been the first to design many of Melbourne’s landmark infrastructure projects – including the monumental noise walls along the Eastern Freeway (the first non-building to receive the Victorian Architecture Medal), Eastlink, the Geelong bypass and the pedestrian bridge at the west end of Bourke Street. The […]

Nine products to whet your appetite for Milan’s Salone del Mobile 2024

Nine products to whet your appetite for Milan’s Salone del Mobile 2024

With Milan 2024 only a few weeks away, we sneak a view of some of the most exciting pieces set to go on show – from lighting design to furniture, here are nine preview products.

Yeates Wines Cellar door and Vinestay

Yeates Wines Cellar door and Vinestay

Extrapolating the typology of farmhouse architecture, Cameron Anderson Architects (CAARCH) has drawn on the local architecture of Mudgee in both form and materiality to deliver a surprising suite of buildings.

Landscape design competition news at the National Gallery Sculpture Garden

Landscape design competition news at the National Gallery Sculpture Garden

Set to undergo a $60-million revitalisation, the National Gallery of Australia has announced the launch of a landscape design competition for its Sculpture Garden.

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An exhibition with vision and meaning in Bangkok, Thailand.

An exhibition with vision and meaning in Bangkok, Thailand.

An outstanding line-up of participants will contribute to a beautifully curated exhibition in Thailand that delves deep into the collective thinking of architecture in our region and helps set a progressive agenda for the future of design.

Comment: Can we please stop designing for the set of Blade Runner?

Comment: Can we please stop designing for the set of Blade Runner?

Simon Liley, Principal Sustainability Consultant at Cundall, writes about how cyberpunk dystopias haven’t (quite) come to pass yet – and how designers can avoid them.

Well-heeled wine-tasting at Giant Steps by Fiona Lynch Office

Well-heeled wine-tasting at Giant Steps by Fiona Lynch Office

Eccentricity and refinement blend at Giant Steps Wines’ new Tasting Room – a picture-perfect place for guests to wine down.

Unleash your creative genius with The Project at Saturday Indesign 2024

Unleash your creative genius with The Project at Saturday Indesign 2024

2024’s theme, “Reawaken,” calls for a journey through reinvention and sustainability.

Milan 2024: Seven installations and events to look forward to

Milan 2024: Seven installations and events to look forward to

Salone del Mobile 2024 is only a few weeks away, so we’re highlighting here seven special events, spaces and installations that we’re certainly planning to check out.

Michael Drescher Q&A: Bringing the outside in with new apartment design

Michael Drescher Q&A: Bringing the outside in with new apartment design

DKO’s Interior Design Director on how to create community and specificity in interior design, and how apartment living is being reconceptualised.

Jeffrey Wilkes on refreshing the iconic Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Jeffrey Wilkes on refreshing the iconic Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

We spoke with Jeffrey Wilkes of WILKESDESIGN about the John Portman-designed building, which has been infused with touches of local culture and colour.

Behind the Brand: Innerspace’s Luc O’Brien

Behind the Brand: Innerspace’s Luc O’Brien

Continuing our new series on the design enthusiasts who work in all sorts of different roles across the industry, we hear from Innerspace’s Creative Collaborator and State Manager NSW.

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Dining, cooking, learning, farming: AIR by OMA is a multifaceted adaptive reuse project in Singapore

Dining, cooking, learning, farming: AIR by OMA is a multifaceted adaptive reuse project in Singapore

Esteemed international practice OMA has completed AIR in Singapore, a genre-straddling project defined by openness and an emphasis on waste.

The dialectic of colonialism: Rethinking maps, remaking our cities

The dialectic of colonialism: Rethinking maps, remaking our cities

Dallas Rogers, Head of Urban Discipline at the School of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney, comments on the history of map-making in our cities.

From cutting-edge projects to thoughtful interviews, seven stories on adaptive reuse 

From cutting-edge projects to thoughtful interviews, seven stories on adaptive reuse 

Adaptive reuse is all the rage across the design industry, and rightly so. Here, we present a selection of articles on this most effective approach to sustainability.

The art and design of hospitality at The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne

The art and design of hospitality at The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne

Art, design, architecture and hospitality all combine perfectly at The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne by BAR Studio and Cottee Parker.

Gearing up to celebrate 60 years of supporting Australian design

Gearing up to celebrate 60 years of supporting Australian design

The Australian Design Centre (ADC) this year celebrates 60 years! A series of events are coming up to mark the occasion.

Denim divine at Nudie Jeans’ compact Brisbane store

Denim divine at Nudie Jeans’ compact Brisbane store

Leading the charge for sustainable design, X+O and Nudie Jeans are both making a statement in Brisbane and doing it with creativity and innovation.

HENRYTIMI: “An education of the mind towards history”

HENRYTIMI: “An education of the mind towards history”

Milanese artisan Henry Timi celebrates natural materials through strikingly reduced geometric forms, creating a stripped-back vision of interior luxury.

A landmark competition win for Carmody Groarke and TVK in France

A landmark competition win for Carmody Groarke and TVK in France

London-based Carmody Groarke and Paris-based TVK have been announced as winners of a milestone competition for the new Bibliothèque nationale de France conservation centre.