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Far North Queensland Awards honour architectural innovation and community impact

Far North Queensland Awards honour architectural innovation and community impact

The annual Far North Queensland Regional Architecture Awards recently lauded innovative designs characterised by the positive impact of considerate architecture.

Global crises and the architect’s social responsibilities under discussion at AIA Conference

Global crises and the architect’s social responsibilities under discussion at AIA Conference

Kate Goodwin, curator and Adjunct Professor (Architecture) at the University of Sydney, reports back from the AIA Conference in Melbourne.

Hassell and GBCA on social value in the built environment

Hassell and GBCA on social value in the built environment

Building on a recent research paper, Helen Bell and Dr Brett Pollard discuss how social value is defined, its potential pitfalls, and why it matters.

Useful Objects opens with ‘Desire x Design’ at Melbourne Design Week

Useful Objects opens with ‘Desire x Design’ at Melbourne Design Week

Useful Objects has just opened its doors and has a notable exhibition, ‘Desire x Design,’ coming as part of Melbourne Design Week.

CPD Live is returning from 4-6 June 2024

CPD Live is returning from 4-6 June 2024

Hosted by Indesign Media and presented by a panel of experts and leading brands via a series of interactive online events, CPD Live is jam-packed with free CPD content, exploring leading topics and areas to inform specification. 

Map out your Melbourne Design Week with these 12 highlights

Map out your Melbourne Design Week with these 12 highlights

Melbourne’s epic Design Week is almost upon us. I put it out to my friends and colleagues, asking what they can’t wait to see, and have collated a top 12 program highlights list for you here.

The fascinating journey of timber on show at Melbourne Design Week

The fascinating journey of timber on show at Melbourne Design Week

Hosted at the Tongue & Groove Richmond showroom, ‘The Hands That Touch the Timber’ exhibition is set to be a highlight of Melbourne Design Week.

Lululemon getting active in Shanghai

Lululemon getting active in Shanghai

AIM Architecture has conceived a new flagship store for Lululemon and with 2024 INDE.Awards juror Wendy Saunders as joint design principal on the project, the result is, of course, outstanding.

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A pop of light

A pop of light

There are objects of desire aplenty in this year’s The Object category at the INDE.Awards and lighting up a room is Pop Lamp designed by Studio Zachary Hanna in collaboration with Mud Australia.

The connected garden

The connected garden

Bendigo Botanic Gardens has been transformed with Larni Garingilang Central Hub designed by GHD Design that brings culture and connection to the fore.

The Stirling Prize-winners setting up a Sydney studio

The Stirling Prize-winners setting up a Sydney studio

British architecture practice, AHMM, now has a home in Sydney. We caught up with Paul Monaghan ahead of his Australian Architecture Conference keynote speech.

Five guides to address wellbeing woes in architecture

Five guides to address wellbeing woes in architecture

Researchers have created a series of guides to support wellbeing for architects, after a survey found architecture workers had a lower-than-average quality of life compared with Australia’s general working population.

The ethics of specification: Alona Klaro on responsible sourcing, building relationships with suppliers and the importance of design IP

The ethics of specification: Alona Klaro on responsible sourcing, building relationships with suppliers and the importance of design IP

Alona Klaro, founder of Klaro Industrial Design (KID), has set her sights on shaking up the specification game. As a product designer with expertise in office furniture, Klaro is looking to bring the “slow fashion” approach to fit outs and interiors, paving a way for commercial designers to address the evolving needs of modern workplaces […]

TCL comment: Harnessing the power of design to transform cities

TCL comment: Harnessing the power of design to transform cities

Scott Adams, TCL Director, comments on the power of good urban design and landscape architecture.

Extra XTRA, read all about the new design showroom in Singapore featuring brands from the MillerKnoll Collective

Extra XTRA, read all about the new design showroom in Singapore featuring brands from the MillerKnoll Collective

In a significant development for Southeast Asia’s design scene, XTRA has recently inaugurated a new showroom.

Te Kaha: From reuse to mixed-use at One Queen Street by Warren and Mahoney

Te Kaha: From reuse to mixed-use at One Queen Street by Warren and Mahoney

Warren and Mahoney’s mixed-use project in Auckland is approaching full occupancy, with big plans across hospitality, workplace, retail and more.