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Global crises and the architect’s social responsibilities under discussion at AIA Conference

Global crises and the architect’s social responsibilities under discussion at AIA Conference

Kate Goodwin, curator and Adjunct Professor (Architecture) at the University of Sydney, reports back from the AIA Conference in Melbourne.

Milan 2024: Seven installations and events to look forward to

Milan 2024: Seven installations and events to look forward to

Salone del Mobile 2024 is only a few weeks away, so we’re highlighting here seven special events, spaces and installations that we’re certainly planning to check out.

A landmark competition win for Carmody Groarke and TVK in France

A landmark competition win for Carmody Groarke and TVK in France

London-based Carmody Groarke and Paris-based TVK have been announced as winners of a milestone competition for the new Bibliothèque nationale de France conservation centre.

Anna Lenti on Paola Lenti’s new Australian collections

Anna Lenti on Paola Lenti’s new Australian collections

Paola Lenti recently unveiled its latest indoor and outdoor collections with dedece in Melbourne and in Sydney, where we sat down with Anna Lenti.

Libertine Parfumerie designed by Tamsin Johnson melds French Deco with an aristocratic aesthetic

Libertine Parfumerie designed by Tamsin Johnson melds French Deco with an aristocratic aesthetic

Libertine Parfumerie’s flagship store in Sydney, crafted by local interior designer Tamsin Johnson, stands as a testament to a 15-year dream realised.

When De La Espada came to Winnings’ Sydney showroom

When De La Espada came to Winnings’ Sydney showroom

We revisit the event at Winnings’ Redfern showroom where De La Espada’s managing director Luis De Oliveira travelled from Europe to be in conversation with our editor.

Book review: ‘The Religious Architecture of Alvar, Aino and Elissa Aalto’

Book review: ‘The Religious Architecture of Alvar, Aino and Elissa Aalto’

A new book investigates the religious architecture of Studio Aalto, the Finnish practice that has influenced the work of architects including Glenn Murcutt and Jørn Utzon.

From Parramatta to Paris: Applications open for 2024 galang residency

From Parramatta to Paris: Applications open for 2024 galang residency

Applications are open for the three-month residency program in Paris with Powerhouse Parramatta and the Cité internationale des arts.

Left Bank luxury and a hint of nostalgia in Paris

Left Bank luxury and a hint of nostalgia in Paris

The Left Bank of Paris has a rich and vibrant history encapsulating the city’s joie de vivre. Jan Henderson revisits Hotel Louis 11 after some years and a total renovation.

An unprecedented inquiry into precedents with Kevin Carmody

An unprecedented inquiry into precedents with Kevin Carmody

Following his recent keynote speech at the 2023 Australian Architecture Conference, we spoke to architect Kevin Carmody about his inspirations and experience.

Pritzker Prize-winning architects Lacaton & Vassal launch Sydney exhibition

Pritzker Prize-winning architects Lacaton & Vassal launch Sydney exhibition

Curated by France-based architects Lacaton & Vassal, ‘Living in the City’ runs at the Tin Sheds Gallery within the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning until September 23.

A cross section of France defines this deliciously decorated Sydney brasserie

A cross section of France defines this deliciously decorated Sydney brasserie

Stepping into the space vacated by Toko in the midst of Surry Hill’s dining district, Armorica is perfectly tuned to the changing face of this perennially hip destination.