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WAM, a worm and DNA: Inside Warren and Mahoney’s all-embracing brand refresh

WAM, a worm and DNA: Inside Warren and Mahoney’s all-embracing brand refresh

Warren and Mahoney’s rebrand leans into its regional identity as well as the past, the future – and some colourful new graphic design.

Weaving hidden First Nations stories into the built environment

Weaving hidden First Nations stories into the built environment

An exciting new collaboration involving Autex Acoustics, Willie Weston and Lisa Waup colourfully brings First Nations design to high-performance acoustics.

The Verona post coronavirus: Redevelopment set to revive historic Paddington site

The Verona post coronavirus: Redevelopment set to revive historic Paddington site

The revival of Sydney’s Paddington suburb continues as architecture firm Scott Carver unveils ambitious plans to transform the historic Verona cinema into a mixed-use cultural hub.

The Photographers: The journey of Dianna Snape

The Photographers: The journey of Dianna Snape

Meet Dianna Snape in the latest from our series, ‘The Photographers’, another expert adept at framing the essence of architecture and design with her lens.

“Design is in my blood”: Q&A with designer Kathy Arnold

“Design is in my blood”: Q&A with designer Kathy Arnold

Sydney-based Kathy Arnold is a lover of all things design and has close to 30 years of industry experience. We caught up with her about the latest pursuits.

Buildings Breakthrough at COP28: Q&A with David Ness

Buildings Breakthrough at COP28: Q&A with David Ness

UniSA Professor David Ness played a key role in a UN report on CO2 emissions relating to buildings, construction and urban growth which underpins the Buildings Breakthrough official launch at COP28 in Dubai.

Kristen Whittle and the quest for soulful density

Kristen Whittle and the quest for soulful density

Building on a profound depth of experience, Kristen Whittle is orchestrating his very own studio with a humanistic design philosophy based on care.

Celebrating the design legacy of William Smart

Celebrating the design legacy of William Smart

Celebrating 25 years in his indominable style, William Smart invited the glitterati of Australian architecture to an evening of white on white in the Sydney Opera House’s impeccable Utzon Room.

The complete guide to selecting window coverings for modern spaces

The complete guide to selecting window coverings for modern spaces

Examine the art of selecting window coverings that combine functionality, aesthetics, and sustainability in four compelling case studies across diverse project typologies, in the latest edition of The Edit.

Aedas-designed Xi’an Lovi Center opens to public

Aedas-designed Xi’an Lovi Center opens to public

Combining a shopping mall, office towers and hotel facilities, the design concept revolves around the ideas of a garden city.

Shortlist revealed – The Photographer – Commercial

Shortlist revealed – The Photographer – Commercial

Shining the spotlight on photographers in the 2023 INDE.Awards, The Photographer – Commercial pays tribute to those who work behind the lens to capture and visualise all manner of commercial projects across the Indo-Pacific.

‘I want to allow nature to design the building’: Interview with Tokyo-based Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP

‘I want to allow nature to design the building’: Interview with Tokyo-based Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP

Hiroshi Nakamura is doing some of the most interesting work on the contemporary Japanese architectural scene. From residential to retail and urban to rural, his practice is one to keep an eye on for observers in Australia and elsewhere. Timothy Alouani-Roby visited the Tokyo studio to find out more.