April 4th, 2011
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In the bid to balance the desire to live amongst nature with the modest footprint of today’s homes, designer Victoria Azadinho Bocconi looks for inspiration in the depths of the Amazon jungle.
Living Edge definitely has the edge when it comes to supplying furniture for the education sector. With a plethora of brands and collections at their fingertips, Living Edge provides the perfect solution for any learning environment.
Entries for the Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year close on April 30!
Robust and beautiful, Emilio Nanni gives a fresh “Take” on function and process perfectly teamed with a beautiful form
From 15 March until 12 May 2012 artist Christina Waterson presents her latest solo exhibition, ’Trace’, as part of the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program and presented by How We Create. Brisbane-based artist Christina Waterson brings to her work a unique perspective as a Queenslander and as an architect. Her art explores strong shapes […]
International company, VOLA continues to honour the remarkable artistry of Arne Jacobsen with products that pioneer the conversation of bathroom aesthetics around the world inspired by the Danish way of life and timeless, exceptional craftsmanship.
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
We have all felt it and continue to experience the ramifications of change. It’s in the air and workplace design is at the vanguard of creating new approaches to working. Design leads the way at the 2023 INDE.Awards as the spotlight shines on The Work Space category and a partner who has recently made a historic change on a global scale.
The recent signing of free-trade deals in the UK and Australia signals major shakeups for design, architecture, engineering and construction in two hemispheres. Is this a positive sign for local creative sectors or global reputations?
Timothy Alouani-Roby met with Richard Francis-Jones of fjcstudio (formerly fjmtstudio) to discuss his timely, provocative and, quite frankly, necessary book on architecture. In this first part of the book review, we consider the alienation and commodification of the profession, as well as its place in society.