Paul McGillick

Indesign Luminary: Geoff Warn

For Geoff Warn, being W.A. Government Architect is not a culmination of, but just another…

For Geoff Warn, being W.A. Government Architect is not a culmination of, but just another chapter in a rich career.

Reinventing The Campus

Added value from great design takes on new meaning at UTS Central, making the campus…

Added value from great design takes on new meaning at UTS Central, making the campus once again an essential daily…

The Post-Virus Workplace

Has the Covid-19 shutdown changed the way we work forever? Paul McGillick takes a sceptical…

Has the Covid-19 shutdown changed the way we work forever? Paul McGillick takes a sceptical overview of current workplace futurology.

Ross Gardam: Emotion by Design

He is a mid-career designer, but retains the fresh vision of someone just starting out.…

He is a mid-career designer, but retains the fresh vision of someone just starting out. Meet Ross Gardam, one of…

An Arranged Marriage

Thrown together by circumstance, Kirsten Stanisich and Jonathan Richards formed a professional partnership that has…

Thrown together by circumstance, Kirsten Stanisich and Jonathan Richards formed a professional partnership that has seen them grow, flourish and…

Indesign Luminary: Diane Jones

Diane Jones has been executive director at PTW since 2014. A natural leader of people,…

Diane Jones has been executive director at PTW since 2014. A natural leader of people, she considers herself to be…

Indesign Luminary Mark Landini

Mark Landini is not a man to mince his words. His relationship with retail design…

Mark Landini is not a man to mince his words. His relationship with retail design is one of practicality and…

Rising expectations: The rise of vertical schools

Vertical education. It’s a fact, but is it also a fad? Paul McGillick looks at…

Vertical education. It’s a fact, but is it also a fad? Paul McGillick looks at how education is reaching for…

The game changer: Rachel Neeson

Overcoming personal tragedy enabled Rachel Neeson to establish herself as one of Australia’s leading architects.…

Overcoming personal tragedy enabled Rachel Neeson to establish herself as one of Australia’s leading architects. We reflect on Neeson’s career…

The late bloomer: Jon Goulder

Jon Goulder has been a mainstay of the Australian design industry for 20 years, but…

Jon Goulder has been a mainstay of the Australian design industry for 20 years, but it’s only now that he…

Learning to share: Introducing the new generation of co-working

Co-working seems to be the golden arrow for enterprises looking to improve productivity and collaboration.…

Co-working seems to be the golden arrow for enterprises looking to improve productivity and collaboration. What makes it an effective…

Introducing Indesign #76 – The Workplace Evolution issue

The ‘workplace revolution’ began in the late 20th century, except that from today’s perspective it…

The ‘workplace revolution’ began in the late 20th century, except that from today’s perspective it looks more like an evolution…

Indesign Luminary: Jon Johannsen

Jon Johannsen’s career has been about buildings and their context. He is led by the…

Jon Johannsen’s career has been about buildings and their context. He is led by the conviction that liveable communities are…

An Xbox shaped building: CSIRO Canberra by BVN

CSIRO’s Synergy building entices scientists out of their labs and into open, collaborative spaces. It…

CSIRO’s Synergy building entices scientists out of their labs and into open, collaborative spaces. It was an ambitious proposition from…

Ministry by design: fjmt’s Salamanca Building

When the politics of a project involve Parliament itself, the architectural facilitator must be expert…

When the politics of a project involve Parliament itself, the architectural facilitator must be expert in multi-party negotiation. fjmt brings…

Indesign Luminary: Michael Banney, m3architecture

Michael Banney likes to talk and write architecture into existence. It’s an “inclusive habit” that…

Michael Banney likes to talk and write architecture into existence. It’s an “inclusive habit” that allows him to step outside…

Clubs, pubs and the burbs: Cayas Architects’ on community-building hospitality

It may surprise some hipster urbanites, but hospitality design is helping re-shape our suburbs. Paul…

It may surprise some hipster urbanites, but hospitality design is helping re-shape our suburbs. Paul McGillick meets up with Con…

Place responsive design: Willinga Park Equestrian Centre

Place-specific design is so very de rigueur. But beyond the obvious, how is place-driven design…

Place-specific design is so very de rigueur. But beyond the obvious, how is place-driven design being strategically integrated across both…

Get your head in the cloud: Western Sydney University by Woods Bagot

Integrated technology might be common in the workplace, but in education spaces it’s still a…

Integrated technology might be common in the workplace, but in education spaces it’s still a fairly new phenomenon. At Western…

KPMG Barangaroo by Davenport Campbell

KPMG is the latest professional services firm to go officeless and paperless, aided by the…

KPMG is the latest professional services firm to go officeless and paperless, aided by the obligingly ovoid Rogers Stirk Harbour…