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Timothy Alouani-Roby

Timothy Alouani-Roby is Digital Editor at Indesign and Habitus after having worked in professional sport for over a decade. With a focus on architecture, his published writing has included topics from the philosophy of sport to the politics of North Africa. He studied architecture at the University of Sydney, where he was recently the Managing Editor of CIRCA Journal, as well as holding a Master’s degree in English Literature and a Bachelor’s in Philosophy and Politics. Timothy is especially interested in architectural theory and history. He is based in Sydney and divides his time between there, Marrakech and Northern England.

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Curiosity and colour: Behind the Brand with Nexus Designs’ Sally Evans

Curiosity and colour: Behind the Brand with Nexus Designs’ Sally Evans

Next up in our series, we hear from Sally Evans MDIA, Design and Colour Consultant, and Director at Nexus Designs.

“The architecture is the play” at award-winning Bradbury Park Playscape

“The architecture is the play” at award-winning Bradbury Park Playscape

Fresh from a highly successful showing in the Greater Brisbane Regional Architecture Awards, Alcorn Middleton’s genre-hopping project is worth a closer look.

Hassell and GBCA on social value in the built environment

Hassell and GBCA on social value in the built environment

Building on a recent research paper, Helen Bell and Dr Brett Pollard discuss how social value is defined, its potential pitfalls, and why it matters.

The Stirling Prize-winners setting up a Sydney studio

The Stirling Prize-winners setting up a Sydney studio

British architecture practice, AHMM, now has a home in Sydney. We caught up with Paul Monaghan ahead of his Australian Architecture Conference keynote speech.

The good, the bad and the pandemic: The future of hospitality design with Technē’s Sam Sempill

The good, the bad and the pandemic: The future of hospitality design with Technē’s Sam Sempill

Technē Architecture + Interior Design associate director, Sam Sempill, shares insights into hospitality design.

Behind the brand: Art and design with Alexandra Guglielmino

Behind the brand: Art and design with Alexandra Guglielmino

In our series spotlighting aficionados across the design industry, we spoke with Alexandra Guglielmino, who leads the Art Advisory team at Bluethumb Art Gallery.

Nine products to whet your appetite for Milan’s Salone del Mobile 2024

Nine products to whet your appetite for Milan’s Salone del Mobile 2024

With Milan 2024 only a few weeks away, we sneak a view of some of the most exciting pieces set to go on show – from lighting design to furniture, here are nine preview products.

Landscape design competition news at the National Gallery Sculpture Garden

Landscape design competition news at the National Gallery Sculpture Garden

Set to undergo a $60-million revitalisation, the National Gallery of Australia has announced the launch of a landscape design competition for its Sculpture Garden.

Milan 2024: Seven installations and events to look forward to

Milan 2024: Seven installations and events to look forward to

Salone del Mobile 2024 is only a few weeks away, so we’re highlighting here seven special events, spaces and installations that we’re certainly planning to check out.

Michael Drescher Q&A: Bringing the outside in with new apartment design

Michael Drescher Q&A: Bringing the outside in with new apartment design

DKO’s Interior Design Director on how to create community and specificity in interior design, and how apartment living is being reconceptualised.

Behind the Brand: Innerspace’s Luc O’Brien

Behind the Brand: Innerspace’s Luc O’Brien

Continuing our new series on the design enthusiasts who work in all sorts of different roles across the industry, we hear from Innerspace’s Creative Collaborator and State Manager NSW.

Dining, cooking, learning, farming: AIR by OMA is a multifaceted adaptive reuse project in Singapore

Dining, cooking, learning, farming: AIR by OMA is a multifaceted adaptive reuse project in Singapore

Esteemed international practice OMA has completed AIR in Singapore, a genre-straddling project defined by openness and an emphasis on waste.

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