At this moment when there is perhaps more opportunity to sit, relax and enjoy a little more reading time, the latest issue of Indesign is here and available FREE and online at Indesignlive.
June 4th, 2020
There’s lots to discover in this issue as we focus on the ever-important role that Education plays in the lives of children and adults everywhere. As things change, so too has the design of our Education facilities and we have some glorious projects that showcase the new concepts and designs that are challenging the traditional forms of schools and learning. From an Early Learning project by Davenport Campbell through to the University of Technology Sydney Central by fjmtstudio and every type of facility in between, issue 81 is an essential source of information on the evolution of the Education sector.
Of course there are profiles and interviews as well and we present our latest Design Luminary Geoff Warn, a man who has made an indelible mark on the Western Australian architecture landscape but with Though Leader articles from experts in their field as well, there really is so much information at your fingertips.
However this issue has more than the usual projects and news it is also the magazine that showcases the 2020 INDE.Awards Official Shortlist and what a fabulous array of projects and people are presented from the Indo-Pacific countries. It is evident that architecture and design is thriving within our Region and if this doesn’t stimulate your design taste buds then nothing will!
So it’s time to settle back with a coffee or tea, or maybe even something a little stronger, and enjoy Indesign # 81 with our compliments. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I loved working on this very special issue.
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