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Patricia Arcilla


A case for cultural sensitivity in design

Inclusivity and the recognition of diverse voices and perspectives have become driving values of our time. How do we translate this new focus on cultural sensitivity into hospitality design?

Meet Melinda Huuk, founder The Studio* Collaborative

For Melinda Huuk of The Studio* Collaborative, good design is about more than just talent, it’s about strategy. Both a designer and entrepreneur, Huuk shares her insights into surviving past start-up phase.

Homegrown heroes: ACME & Co are reshaping Sydney’s hospitality scene

Two years after winning the 2017 Prodigy People’s Choice Award, 2019 INDE Awards Ambassador and co-founder of ACME & Co Vince Alafaci discusses the business of commercial design.

(L-R) Nita Yuvaboon and Prow Puttorngul, founders of NITAPROW.

Bangkok-based practice NITAPROW is a class act

2019 INDE.Awards The Prodigy nominees NITAPROW chart the their progress from students at prestigious US architecture schools to one of the Indo-Pacific’s key practices to watch.

(L-R) Wilson Lee and Emily Ho, founders of Studio Adjective.

Exploring new design narratives with Studio Adjective

Hong-Kong based practice Studio Adjective sees design as a vehicle for storytelling. We look at the duo’s trajectory as they’re nominated as a Prodigy in the 2019 INDE.Awards.

Studio Esteta. Photo by Gemmola.

Studio Esteta celebrates the beauty in difference

In just three years, Melbourne practice Studio Esteta has established itself as a presence to watch on the Australian design stage. We go behind the scenes to learn what makes these 2019 INDE.Awards’ The Prodigy nominees tick.

Memocorp: the quiet achiever

The Stella Collective’s grand lobby for property group Memocorp takes an understated approach to dismantling corporate design norms.

Building a more connected, efficient construction industry with SiteSupervisor

How one platform is streamlining the construction process and giving architects more time to do what they love most: design.

Interface Sydney HQ

All aboard! Interface’s new Sydney HQ transforms a heritage-listed railway building

After taking +Positive Spaces around the world, Interface is designing the change it wants to see in the world in its new headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

NAWIC’s 2018 Great Debate reaffirms the value of human-centric design

Should technology-based systems replace humans as the central driver of design? The winning team at NAWIC’s 2018 Great Debate didn’t think so.

Hear from Climate Changemakers at The Office Space

The latest instalment of The Office Space’s popular Insight talk series brings together Australia’s best and brightest champions of sustainability.

The Old Clare hotel, a highly awarded adaptive reuse project by TZG. Photo by Richard Glover.

If it ain’t broke… 5 ways to work with existing buildings, as told at FRONT

In the face of mounting pressure on designers to balance environmental and financial considerations, Todd Hammond of Hammond Studio chaired a session at the inaugural FRONT event on the true value of adaptive reuse.

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