Drawing the inaugural edition of the Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest to a close, we’re thrilled to announce the competition’s very first winners.
The 2020 Sustainability Awards shortlist has been announced and this year, there have been quite a few very pleasant surprises.
This week Sue Davies dials in with Koos de Keijzer, founding Principal of DKO, to discuss how the dynamics of their workplace practices have changed.
Leaders in workplace design mingle with a leading communications designer. It’s a truly mixed bag of interesting and insightful interviews that kept you reading this year. Spoiler: It’s 80 per cent female!
Take a look at the outstanding work that made the cut in the Australian Institute of Architects’ national awards program.
From designing and building his own house in Melbourne’s Preston, to a brand-new development going up nearby some 15 years later, Jesse Linardi of DKO has come full circle. And the appetite for multi-res has changed along with it.
Get up to speed on who has moved, or been promoted, and which practices are expanding.
Melbourne’s YarraBend has been marked as the world’s most liveable suburb, but what makes it so? We hear from Glenvill’s strategic director, Ashley Bramich, as well as the forecaster who made the claim, Martin Raymond of The Future Laboratory.
Newly crowned as Head of Interiors Sydney at DKO, Laura Saunders took some time to talk minimalism and deceptive simplicity with Indesign.
Playing on the juncture of old and new, this pixelated warehouse project by DKO doesn’t hide from its past, while showcasing its future.
Already a strong presence in New Zealand less than a year after opening their first office, Australian architectural firm DKO Architecture will open a second office in the centre of Christchurch, in the historic Bonnington House.
To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of their Sydney office and launch of their new branding, DKO Architecture hosted an event at the stunning Quayside room at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art. A night of great conversation, it was a fantastic opportunity for DKO to thank their colleagues and clients for a decade of support.
The Project is that moment when you enter a showroom and find yourself overwhelmed with surprise, excitement, joy and the urge to Instagram – right away! This year, at Melbourne Indesign we saw exhibitors approach The Project from all angles – the common element among all being collaborative engagement.