“It’s not often you get a chance as a designer to create something that has the potential to transform the way an organisation works.” We met Co Principle at Davenport Campbell Neill Johanson to discuss his approach for the new Mirvac HQ.
We spoke to architect Mark Davis of Dasch Associates about their design for the Royal Flying Doctors HQ.
Senior Architect, Allison Hooper and Interior Designer Amanda Meiklejohn from William Ross Architects, explore how the Interface Human Nature Collection was central to bringing their “outside, in” concept to life with their recent project, The Stonnington Civic Precinct.
In Indesign 64 we explore public space through a cross-section of international projects that highlight the role of the external built environment relative to human habitation.
It would seem every designer worth their salt these days is claiming how their practice or studio is driven by something called “design thinking”. Well, that’s all well and good – but what does that ACTUALLY mean?
With the success of their recent architectural and interior project – the University of Wollongong Early Start Children’s Discovery and Research Centre – Graham Bell Bowman (GBB) Interior Designer, Rene Deoberitz, reflects on the importance of flooring in integrating and connecting the diverse users and purposes of the space.
In Indesign 63 we focus on multi-residential projects and issues affecting their design, exploring how spaces can both cater to the needs of private residents and foster a sense of community.
Let me just preface this by saying that I don’t think we should do away with technology altogether.
With the success of their recent architectural and interior project – the University of Wollongong Science Teaching Facility – Graham Bell Bowman (GBB) Interior Designer, Rene Deoberitz, reflect on the science of wayfinding, and the importance of flooring within that science.
This hot, young design team from Woods Bagot has created a space that marries creativity, whimsy and tranquillity.
Interface weaves a multi-sensory design experience for guests at its Surry Hills showroom for Sydney Indesign 2015.
Through the lens of their recent Merck Sharp & Dohme development in Sydney’s Ryde, Davenport Campbell Head of Interiors, Lisa Dinham, explores why a culture of essential elements is important to modern commercial spaces.