Once the domain of the ‘starchitect’, architecture has become a much more inclusive and accessible practice, with people like SJB director Adam Haddow leading the way.
Congratulations to Kerstin Thompson, 2023 recipient of the Australian Institute of Architects’ Gold Medal. We revisit Kerstin’s many accomplishments, among them being named an INDESIGN Luminary.
As Technē celebrates 20 years, Indesign editor Alice Blackwood asks Nick Travers, Justin Northrop and Steve McKeag about how the business started, where it’s going, and the journey of hospitality environments over the past two decades.
No, this not a review of James Joyce’s latest novel. Timothy Alouani-Roby spoke with Matthews Architects’ managing director, Gerald Matthews, and recently registered architect, Aiden Moon, about the changing face of architectural education and the transition to practice.
Australian architect and Conrad Gargett principal Dale Swan laments the lack of design culture in some practices across the country. According to Dale, it’s often what leads promising young architects and designers to exit such studios.
Andrew Maynard and Mark Austin refuse the binary choice between a fun working environment and serious design. Timothy Alouani-Roby spoke with them about the ideas and values guiding their practice.
Did you know, people working in architecture have a significantly lower-than-average quality of life compared with Australian norms? Byron Kinnaird, a research fellow at Monash University for The Wellbeing of Architects project, reports on some the project’s most startling findings.
Whether inspirational or thought-provoking, we bring you the 10 most quotable moments of 2022. They’re all takeaways that resonated with us for their insightfulness, authenticity and mindfulness. Prepare to be inspired.
A founder of the ‘Sydney school’, architect and artist Ken Woolley was a national design treasure. Two years after his passing, we look back at his Indesign Luminary profile.