INDESIGN52 explores the breadth of design thinking and best practice across Australia and southeast Asia
February 20th, 2013
INDESIGN52 hits the newsstands today leading with a striking cover shot by John Gollings – the soaring Sky Lobby of 85 Castlereagh Street Sydney designed by John Wardle and Westfield Design & Construction.
Inside, the story continues, exploring the new Westfield complex and its associated buildings in the heart of the CBD – addressing how it has changed the face of shopping for Sydneysiders.
We re-visit one of the icons of the ‘new workplace’ examining the recently refurbished NAB/MLC development in North Sydney.
A ‘distinct sense of place’ permeates the newly reopened Newcastle Museum, whilst a healthy regard for timber in all its types and functionality is explored at Grain Bar in Sydney’s Four Seasons Hotel.
Grain, Four Seasons
The latest in our Indesign Luminary series is a portrait of Czech-born Landscape Architect Vladimir Sitta.
We profile Marc Newson’s new range for Australian bathware manufacturer, Caroma and visit a unique cliff-top house.
A trip to Jakarta reveals an amazing studio that Indonesian architect, Yori Antar, has designed for his practice.
Indesign continues to track the latest in workplace design with a feature from James Calder, one of the world’s leading experts in the field as well as an insightful review of Bankwest’s, workplace transformation, embracing Activity Based Working.
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