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Designing bricks-and-mortar retail in the digital age: Hecker Guthrie’s showroom for Schiavello

Retail is in a state of flux. Schiavello’s Melbourne showroom, designed by Hecker Guthrie, brings a biophilic response with an architectural sensibility. We take a step inside the 2018 INDE.Awards shortlisted project.

Three cheers For Churchie: How design can support new cognitive behaviours

The Centenary Library at Anglican Church Grammar School (QLD) supports nuanced cognitive behaviour for staff and students alike.

Chin Chin Sydney

Chin Chin puts punk on a plate

With millions of restaurants quite literally at diners’ fingertips, the hospitality stakes are high. So, how do you stand out in the crowd? Chin Chin shows us that a little attitude can go a long way.

Welcome to the beyond: EDITION 2018 is here

Find a world wherein the challenging and contradictory collide. Where allure enjoins surprise. Where beauty beckons the uncommon. Find EDITION.

Instyle at Orgatec 2018.

The Cologne Convo: Australians take over Orgatec 2018

We came out in droves for Orgatec 2018 – the year that Australians dominated the German commercial furniture fair quite unlike ever before.

Design for tomorrow’s gyms: Moving beyond the ‘workout’ into the ‘experience’

“Feel well, be well, eat well, train well, move well, relax well – it’s simple and beautifully harmonious.” Step inside The Well, Bondi.

The ‘sticky campus’… reimagined: Queensland University of Technology

The Queensland University of Technology’s Creative Industries Precinct suggests that collaboration should come easy.

Ben Van Berkel Education Prooff

“I call it a ‘cultural effect’. It is an abstract quality of the architecture”: Ben Van Berkel on the architecture of education

Ben Van Berkel of UNStudio is changing the way your children will learn. Discover how architecture has revolutionised knowledge sharing.

Boilingpoint #24 by Zip Water

Boilingpoint Magazine #24 by Zip Water

With a focus on the residential space, in Boilingpoint #24 Zip Water investigates why winning homes specify Zip. Download your copy today for free.

The evolution of ‘modularity’: How commercial furniture systems are responding to new professional behaviours

According to Matt Newell of Business Interiors, “Too often, modularity is seen as a ‘piece of furniture’.” How is the commercial sector reimagining this?

Breakout spaces that break the traditional paradigm: The University of Canberra

University life is about so much more than attending classes. With such spaced out schedules, it’s no surprise so many students choose to spend their downtime on campus – studying, relaxing, socialising. These activities need dedicated spaces and dedicated furniture to encourage healthy student life.

Ask the expert: Shareen Joel on the future of residential design

“It’s all about trust,” says Shareen Joel. Discover Joel’s unique insight into the evolving taxonomy of residential design and the future of the kitchen.

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