The 80 Years of Design exhibition highlights Charles and Ray Eames’ iconic designs, new editions and brand collaborations, almost all of which are available to purchase globally via Isetan.
Sampling the Future is a must-see event for those looking to the future and a better world. With design the protagonist, the exhibition showcases just what can be achieved when creativity, science and technology combine to find a pathway forward.
Rather than the feeling of walking through a place or watching it in real-time from afar, could virtual tourism offer something deeper?
Now open at NGV Australia, Civilization: The Way We Live Now is a photographic exploration of the globalised world – including people, movement and of course buildings.
AHEC’s award-winning exhibition stand was an exploration of the physical and emotional properties of red oak timber, in turn, resulting in a space that helped visitors and onlookers relax and recharge.
Melbourne architecture collective Sibling opens a new exhibition, which includes a live research project, on the link between ageing and the future design of our homes.
Not afraid to break the traditional boundaries of a designer, Ben Edwards of Studio Edwards is in the midst of organising a new design program – alt. material – we chat with him ahead of the first exhibition, Plasticity.
Two of Australia’s most significant Modernist designers – one of them terminally underrated – get a spotlight in the Heide Museum 2018 program.
Kvadrat Maharam has curated a collection of one-off installation pieces, made by a bevvy of international designers, for an installation as part of Melbourne Design Week.
Four Periscopes by TRIAS is the first-ever Turbine Hall Architecture Commission, and it will change the way you see the museum.
Melbourne Design Week has released this year’s program, and it’s dramatically bigger than last year.
Is your work your obsession? For many designers, that’s certainly the case. A new exhibition at the Australian Design Centre explores the all-consuming drive to design, make, create and innovate.
Insight, collaboration and knowledge sharing. FRONT is shaping up to be a unique event that will provide a unique landscape for the industry to come together.
The Sydney Architecture Festival offers international and local insights into the city’s built environment with a packed program of architecture talks, exhibitions, panel discussions, children’s activities, open day events and guided tours.
With summer’s Sydney Festival kicking off, we look at five events set to inspire the A+D community from experiential installations to staggering set design.
Six years in planning, four years in construction and all up an epic 10 years in the making, but now the Australian Islamic Centre in Newport, Melbourne is now on show at NGV Australia, Glenn Murcutt: Architecture of Faith.
Can 3D printing change our lives? What impact could it have on the way we live in the future? Rebecca Gross reports.
At the inaugural Asia Pacific Architecture Forum, Vokes & Peters showcase their Details and Manners Exhibition explores the firm’s history of architecture and design in Queensland.