The Australian pavilion at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale involves confronting questions of decolonisation in architectural form and history. Unsettling Queenstown looks at the ubiquitous presence of British colonialism.
Featured in the new Indesign magazine, now on sale, Warren and Mahoney’s Melbourne studio has been conceptualised through strong cultural narratives. Principal Daryl Maguire shares how the practice led with heart to achieve a symbiotic response that also met key workplace objectives.
The upcoming Blak Design Matters forum in Melbourne will explore First Nations design with panel discussions on ownership of identity, cultural appropriation and misappropriation more.
Fashion festival season is almost upon us and this year a consortium of design, property and construction firms is putting its support behind First Nations designers on the Urban Oasis Runway at PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival.
The Hobsons Bay Wetland Centre is an Australian-first in biophilic and community co-design architecture, writes McGregor Coxall’s Nick Griffin.
Welsh + Major recently won the design excellence competition for a major warehouse and distribution complex in St Peters, Sydney. The latest here.
The first local design event of its kind for several years, Brisbane Designscape provides a unique opportunity for design-minded professionals to explore new solutions, trends and innovations that will shape the commercial spaces of the future.
Beyond the realm of academia, RMIT’s administrative offices, or RMIT Our Place, by ARM Architecture called for a series of curated, tech-savvy spaces to appeal to its diversity of workers.
Steelcase recently hosted an inviting and vibrant celebration to launch its Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan engaging with First Nations people across the greater Sydney region and beyond.
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.