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What was once a disruption is now an opportunity for new, nimble, adaptable approaches to workplace design.
Landscape is integral to how we experience space, architecture and the environment. Gillian Serisier rounds up 5 examples of landscape architecture at its best with the built environment.
Gillian Serisier rounds up 5 outstanding examples of poured concrete structures. Prepare to be wowed by seamless stretches of materiality.
The newly released book, Queer Spaces, delves into the history of just that – queer spaces – through the voices of many. It’s a new chapter in queer literature, writes Caelan Kaluder.
The Powerhouse Parramatta’s Landscape Curatorium comprises a group of esteemed individuals advising on First Nations landscape design, farming, caring for Country, and more. Their goal? To assist in the development of the landscape design for the museum’s public domain.
Sydney’s 12th Vivid is underway. With light shows, musical prodigies, and expert-packed panels, we’ve pulled out 10 events from a pool of hundreds. Our pick of what not to miss!
Indigenous-settler reconciliation is not just an intention, or even an outcome, writes Nicky Lobo. It’s an ongoing creative process that will challenge, reveal and ultimately transform relationships.
From 1960s New York when private developers were incentivised to create civic space in the public realm, to today: where POPS tread a fine line between the private and the public. Denton Corker Marshall looks at how we can bridge the two.
Dr Stephen Long of Architectus takes us to the Queensland outback where The Eromanga Natural History Museum houses ‘Cooper’, Australia’s largest known dinosaur.
From the correlation between the way we learn and our working preferences and the death of ‘corporate starships’, to the all-important sense of temporary ownership in an environment of constant change – in the second part of “The Future of Work” we explore further shifts that define the evolution of the workplace.