Deputy Editor Alicia Sciberras guides us through some of the highlights of the latest issue of Indesign Magazine, out now.
May 29th, 2013
On newsstands from today, INDESIGN53 is once again an issue brimming with quality content with cutting-edge design review of the most impressive commercial projects from across the region.
INDESIGN53 once again takes us west, to Perth, Australia, for an exclusive inside-look at HASSELL’s Brookfield Place and the BHP Billiton tower. Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi shares with us her plans for the city and how Brookfield Place is helping support a lively economy and playing an integral part in revitalizing the city’s centre.
Our FUSE section in this issue investigates exterior solid state lighting. UK lighting specialist, Carl Gardner, gives us insight on how to subtly highlight architectural form and maintain aesthetic integrity with the plethora of lighting technology currently on the market. We also report on the Illumni Infinity Lighting Awards that are heralding the beginning of what will become a massive area of growth within the architecture and design realm.
We take a look at some of the key up can coming architects and designers who are influencing sustainable workplace trends in our feature photo shoot, a collaboration with Konfurb. And our Art section assumes epic proportions with Anish Kapoor at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
PTW Architects lead us into the depths of Sydney’s clay-bound soil and show what is possible when design briefs are pushed to the limits with their latest project, Sydney Grammar School’s new auditorium.
Pick up the latest issue and see for yourself the intelligent content and diverse range of projects we have covered in Indesign53.
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