The Victorian Architecture Awards shortlist has been announced, and we’ve selected five out of an impressive list of 125 shortlisted projects that pack a punch.
From 1960s New York when private developers were incentivised to create civic space in the public realm, to today: where POPS tread a fine line between the private and the public. Denton Corker Marshall looks at how we can bridge the two.
As a precursor to a more in-depth article in the next issue of Indesign, Jan Henderson ventured to Shepparton to discover SAM and enjoyed every moment.
Moving ‘uptown’ from five floors to a single open studio, Denton Corker Marshall has eschewed the popularist office palette of soft pastels and soothing timbers. “It’s a fairly stripped back fit-out, but it’s honest and conveys the way we work, as much as how we design,” says DCM’s founding director and architect, Barrie Marshall.
Diverse, responsive and innovative, 35 winners and 12 commendations have been revealed for the Institute’s 2019 Architecture Awards.
After winning the INDE.Awards Luminary People’s Choice trophy, Budiman Hendropurnomo of DCM Jakarta shared deep insight into practising in Indonesia during a special discussion at Saturday Indesign in Melbourne.
Denton Corker Marshall (DCM) is well known on the Melbourne and international architectural scene, and it was time for them to have a new home.
The results are out! We’re excited to introduce you to your INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist. Read on to find out which entries made the final cut.
They’re the leading lights of the architecture and design profession. Luminaries in their own right, these individuals’ ongoing contributions have had, and will have, a lasting impact on their community and industry at large. Here we celebrate four living design icons, nominated as The Luminary in the INDE.Awards 2019.