The Commons has been providing co-working spaces since 2016 and, following collaboration with DesignOffice, has two fresh sites in prime Sydney locations. We spoke to The Commons founder, Cliff Ho, and DesignOffice co-director, Damien Mulvihill, about using local touches to balance function and connection.
Artifical Intelligence is the topic of the day in the design world. Whether it fills you with excitement, dread or something in between, it’s a crucial time to tackle the issues at hand with nuance and depth. Timothy Alouani-Roby met with Woods Bagot associate and tech advocate, Jet Geaghan, to discuss in this first of two parts.
From concrete Tokyo to Brutalist Sydney, Blue Crow Media provides a way into new cities — or perhaps a closer look at familiar ones — for the architectural connoisseur, especially those with a keen interest in the twentieth century history.
In the town of Oatlands, Cumulus has delivered Callington Mill Distillery. It’s a new venue that manages to be visually striking and functionally adept at the same time as engaging sensitively with the important local heritage.
The first series of Designing a Legacy aired in 2020 and self-proclaimed design nerd, Tim Ross, is back with a two-part series on ABC. It’s a chance to bring important architectural issues to a national broadcasting audience.
Darling Quarter South Building represents the cutting edge of workplace design. It’s collaborative, campus-like and defined by fluid connections.
The shortlist for the Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Architecture Awards has been published. Nightingale Village is one of the projects in the mix and we spoke to Austin Maynard Architects about their part in it.
SJK Architects is an award-winning practice based in Mumbai. For this project, however, the focus is in Chennai, where Boat Club Apartments combine a sense of communal living with privacy and independence.
Kerstin Thompson Architects’ work at Bundanon recently marked its one-year anniversary. With Thompson having recently been awarded the AIA Gold Medal, it’s a fitting time for a mini-retrospective, continued here in this second part.
The task facing ARM Architecture was to create six new schools across five sites in Melbourne’s outer suburbs.
Employee ownership comes in many different forms and there is certainly no one size to fit all. It’s a growing trend, especially in design firms overseas, so Timothy Alouani-Roby spoke to some of those blazing the trail in Australia.
Kerstin Thompson Architects’ work at Bundanon recently marked its one-year anniversary. Having garnered such international attention, and with Thompson having recently been awarded the AIA Gold Medal, it’s a fitting time for a mini-retrospective on this architectural success story.