How (and why) is design humanising technology? Melbourne-based H20 Architects bring together man and machine, blurring the lines to ease human discomfort around technology with Swinburne University’s Factory of the Future.
May 29th, 2017
Dulux – Internal paint
Wattyl – Dome exterior paint
Parchem – Bridge walkway render
Viridian Glass – Glazing
Tint Design – Door tint
Gibbon Group – Carpet throughout
Aktar – Ceiling lining
Maharam – Task chair upholstery
Specialty Theatre Supplies – Curtain screen
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