Get to know the prominent and emerging contemporary architecture people and interior design people behind today’s most revered projects and practices.
Five early-career architects from across the country have been selected to participate in the prestigious 2024 Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Dulux Study Tour.
Indesign Media has announced a significant milestone with the consolidation of multiple platforms into a single regional go-to source for design professionals and enthusiasts.
In this Q&A from INDESIGN #88, we spoke to INDE.Awards winners Balarinji about Indigenous design and more.
We meet Anne Stroud, member of the Image Makers Association of Australia, an organisation that partnered with the 2023 INDE.Awards in two categories.
Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney kicks off the year with a compelling showcase featuring two significant bodies of work by renowned Aboriginal artist Tony Albert.
The Vietnamese architect discusses insatiable construction markets and dwindling urban ecologies. For the latter, he recommends bamboo; for the former, meditation.
In this comment piece republished from INDESIGN #90, Woods Bagot’s Global Sustainability Leader in Los Angeles brings questions of equality to design in the climate crisis.
The new year is well and truly under way – as we hit February and the industry gets moving, we track career changes and promotions across the board.
In this comment piece, Tim Phillips, Managing and Creative Director of Tilt Industrial Design, identifies three key initiatives for sustainability in 2024.
In this comment piece, Hayball Principal, Dr Fiona Young, considers what it means to really understand education spaces and design for deep learning.