This year ARCHIDEX will run 26-29 July in Kuala Lumpur, celebrating the Malaysian Institute of Architects centennial.
The Australian pavilion at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale involves confronting questions of decolonisation in architectural form and history. Unsettling Queenstown looks at the ubiquitous presence of British colonialism.
The recent BAD workshop in Brisbane asked participants to apply their problem-solving skills to resolve how derelict Brisbane City Council buildings could be reused for creatives and designers.
The Futures Collective returned to Villa Alba Museum for Melbourne Design Week 2023. This event united a cadre of designers under the umbrella of three thought-provoking pillars — Transparency, Currency and Legacy.
With outstanding track records in design, Genevieve Hromas and Juliet Ramsay have been working on the found and the formed with OKO OLO.
Created with the intention of expanding interior design possibilities, ‘StayDream – A Surreal Reality’ invites an examination of the various ways we perceive indoor and outdoor elements.
The shortlist for the Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Architecture Awards has been published. Nightingale Village is one of the projects in the mix and we spoke to Austin Maynard Architects about their part in it.
Paper & Clay brings the work of 29 Australian artists working in the enduring fields of clay and paper, together with the exceptional Maiori ‘Huggy’ collection of furniture by designer Antonie Lesur.
Melbourne Design Week kicks off this week. We’re thrilled to be involved – come down and say hi as the team moderates 5 exciting panel discussions.
Presented below the spectacularly beautiful stained glass ceiling of the NGV Great Hall for the duration of the Melbourne Art Book Fair, Print Kitchen will play with the connection between printmaking and food-making.