With awards ceremony viewing parties across Australia on Wednesday November 30th, the 2022 winners and commendations are just in.
Cox Architecture brings a new level of functional sophistication to the Sydney Football Stadium site while also reinforcing its strong connection to place. It’s a new architectural landmark for the city.
Workplaces are evolving and, in this year’s INDE.Awards, 12 shortlisted Work Space projects showcase just what is expected, with every amenity to sustain a working life.
This year’s INDE.Awards – The Building shortlist recognises projects that mark new direction in the future of architecture.
Sydney Coliseum Theatre by COX is a dazzling and grandiose space, reflective of both its name and the theatrics it hosts.
As questions around the meaning of a 9-to-5 workplace continue to arise, Charter Hall and Cox look towards technology and wellbeing for the solution.
A series of tourist attractions in outback Queensland has become an unlikely architectural trail that’s seen 3 remote towns become hot design destinations.
Our latest issue looks beyond the classroom as simply an environment for teacher and student, to consider the relationship between education and urbanism.
How can we design our schools to better support our people and enrich our sense of community? Indesign Editor, Alice Blackwood, talks education and urbanism in 2021.
The AIA’s 2021 Queensland Architecture Awards winners demonstrate strong investment and innovation in educational design throughout the state.
Cox looks to Australia’s Indigenous story, as well as the design team’s own individual backgrounds to reinterpret the iconic Herman Miller Bubble Lamp around themes of diversity and inclusion.