Australian Catholic University’s Mercy Building, designed by ThomsonAdsett, is a perfect example of human-centred design for the built environment.
Nikkou – meaning sunshine in Japanese – is exactly what Australian retailer Nikkou Store delivers throughout its curvy, pink-washed concrete space.
The Wilson Architects-designed Learning Hub at St. Andrew’s Anglican College represents a new approaches to educational best practice in design.
A university’s purpose is to encourage students to think differently and act autonomously. In Monash University’s Learning and Teaching Building, it is finally being recognised that the architecture needs to mirror this.
If engaged at the beginning of a business’ lifecycle, designers can become so much more than the vessels of a new brand. In the case of Escala Sydney, Molecule has had the opportunity to define it.
Chris Connell’s new chair design for Schiavello was made specifically to meet the needs of one of the biggest art events Australia has ever seen.
As ever, the design giant’s movements reflect the industry pulse. So, what does its recent string of fashion collaborations tell us about the future?
HASSELL’s recent Singapore project is evidence that, in the modern retail landscape, the proof is in the amazement.
Sometimes the most evolved designs are those left incomplete. When conceptualising the new Suncorp headquarters in Sydney, Geyer worked to the idea of ‘designing to 80 per cent’. The result is a radical take on workplace flexibility. While the building caters to its occupants in the present, it comprehensively avoids dictating their needs going into the future.
The latest initiative from the Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas is out to prove that the relationship between architecture and fashion isn’t as oblique as we think it is.
Sydney’s redevelopment success story gets its own architecture pavilion, designed by Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia.
Two of Australia’s most significant Modernist designers – one of them terminally underrated – get a spotlight in the Heide Museum 2018 program.
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