Melbourne artist RONE creates a time capsule of mid-century Melbourne with an immersive installation in the infamous Flinders Street Station ballroom. ‘Time’ is now open, running until April 2023.
Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum hosts the latest Gucci Garden iteration. It’s an immersive experience bringing together fashion, design, psychology and pop culture in a multisensory walk-through exhibition.
So, you think you are a photographer? Come and compare your images with many of Australia’s most renowned design photographers and see what makes them the best in the business. ‘1 SHOT 22 – Defining moments in the Built Environment’ is now open at Sun Studios.
As Mandi Keighran reports, London Design Festival celebrated its 20th anniversary with immersive installations, shows and spaces that ran the gamut of playful through to thought-provoking. Here’s her top 10 moments.
From the dawn of time the chair has been an integral part of furniture history. The shapes and styles are multifarious however, a chair sets the scene wherever it is positioned. And so, the backdrop is set at Craft Victoria, with an exhibition of chairs that affords a bird’s eye view of some of the many interpretations and concepts that have been developed into a chair.
Janet Laurence teams up with John Wardle Architects to hero WA’s most precious rocks in an architecturally crafted ‘cabinet of curiosity’.
The Ngununggula gallery provides a platform for local and Australian artists to convey their works in a gallery space that holds five exclusive exhibitions a year.
It’s Shepparton’s turn to experience the excitement of the White Night festival. Over a six-hour period the regional town will be awash with colour and art.
In the midst of the Milan Design week, Lee Broom has unveiled his latest lighting release in over four years: Divine Inspiration.
Launching last week in Sydney, Aboriginal designer and curator Alison Page and Breville announced an extraordinary partnership with First Nations People and the National Museum of Australia.
The Powerhouse Parramatta’s Landscape Curatorium comprises a group of esteemed individuals advising on First Nations landscape design, farming, caring for Country, and more. Their goal? To assist in the development of the landscape design for the museum’s public domain.