In this comment piece written by Jessica Lee, talks us through the standout trends in designing for aged care.
Fresh from her trip to the World Architecture Festival in Lisbon, Fender Katsalidis’ Nicky Drobis outlines four big ideas that will shape architecture in 2023.
In tribute to their incredible talent, body of work and inspirational professional journeys, four industry leaders have been honoured as our luminaries in the 2022 INDE.Awards.
The auditorium was full, the vibe electric and the winners truly outstanding last night at the INDE.Awards Gala. Scroll the Indo Pacific’s most outstanding projects and people, here.
On the evening of 4 August, the INDE.Awards will put the spotlight on four outstanding individuals – people who have attained great success and respect in the sphere of architecture and design. Meet Nonda Katsalidis, Meryl hare, Nathan Yong and Marisa Yiu.
The INDE.Awards 2022 – The Multi-Residential Building shortlist highlights and showcases the success of architecture and design of this design iteration.
This year’s INDE.Awards – The Building shortlist recognises projects that mark new direction in the future of architecture.
Parramatta’s design-led urban renewal has reached another milestone with the completion of the $320 million commercial building, 32 Smith Street.
Ask Nonda Katsalidis what his favourite Fender Katsalidis project is, and he’ll succinctly say it’s always the next building. Leanne Amodeo interviews this maker of architectural history.
Raise the topic of hospitality and retail and your mind instantly jumps to far-out fit-outs and awe-inspiring interiors. But before you even reach that finished product, there are many moving parts to negotiate first.
How far have Australian architects come since pledging to become carbon neutral? We explore Australia’s leading certified carbon neutral architecture firms.