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From third spaces to connections with the urban realm, Alison Huynh shares her vision for healthy hospital design.
The new Melbourne headquarters of Holder East at 170 Queen Street offers a unique blend of tranquillity and sophistication in the CBD. Designed by Fender Katsalidis, the office aims to be a calm sanctuary amid the urban hustle.
This year’s Saturday Indesign was bigger and better than ever before! Alongside the partying and networking, a series of panel talks on the hot topics in design provided insight and inspiration for the whole day.
Get ready to hear from design’s best and brightest.
While Sydney’s VIVID celebration is typically associated with stunning visuals and light shows, it is also a place to ponder the futures of the harbour city.
Promotions, senior appointments, mergers and more: this month’s On The Move column has it all. Find out who’s doing what with their careers in design.
Fender Katsalidis partner, Nicky Drobis, was recently on a panel discussing adaptive reuse and its potential to redefine our cities’ skylines. She outlines 3 ways our cities can increase adoption of adaptive reuse projects.
In this comment piece written by Jessica Lee, talks us through the standout trends in designing for aged care.
Melbourne Design Week kicks off this week. We’re thrilled to be involved – come down and say hi as the team moderates 5 exciting panel discussions.
Fresh from her trip to the World Architecture Festival in Lisbon, Fender Katsalidis’ Nicky Drobis outlines four big ideas that will shape architecture in 2023.
In an era of fleeting enticements, Indesign Luminary and INDE.Awards 2022 Luminary recipient, Meryl Hare, engenders empathy, elegance and grace through her luxurious and cohesive designs.