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Evocative new First Nations Carpet collection

Evocative new First Nations Carpet collection

A striking collection carrying the designs of a well-known Indigenous artist, ‘Here Before’ also represents a step forward in terms of collaboration.

TCL comment: Harnessing the power of design to transform cities

TCL comment: Harnessing the power of design to transform cities

Scott Adams, TCL Director, comments on the power of good urban design and landscape architecture.

The dialectic of colonialism: Rethinking maps, remaking our cities

The dialectic of colonialism: Rethinking maps, remaking our cities

Dallas Rogers, Head of Urban Discipline at the School of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney, comments on the history of map-making in our cities.

The art and design of hospitality at The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne

The art and design of hospitality at The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne

Art, design, architecture and hospitality all combine perfectly at The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne by BAR Studio and Cottee Parker.

The 2024 galang residents are ready to jet off to Paris

The 2024 galang residents are ready to jet off to Paris

As a program between Powerhouse Parramatta and Cité Internationale des Arts, the galang residency supports Indigenous creativity and dialogue around cultural heritage and representation.

Weaving hidden First Nations stories into the built environment

Weaving hidden First Nations stories into the built environment

An exciting new collaboration involving Autex Acoustics, Willie Weston and Lisa Waup colourfully brings First Nations design to high-performance acoustics.

Design as a vehicle for reconciliation: Balarinji completes latest Qantas design

Design as a vehicle for reconciliation: Balarinji completes latest Qantas design

The Indigenous design and strategy agency is launching its latest aircraft design with Qantas, the sixth iteration of a longstanding partnership.

Coming home to the creative incubator: ACMI by Warren and Mahoney

Coming home to the creative incubator: ACMI by Warren and Mahoney

In Melbourne’s Fed Square, the ACMI team is now working under one roof in a colourful new space home to co-working residents and museum staff.

Q&A with former INDE.Awards winners Balarinji

Q&A with former INDE.Awards winners Balarinji

In this Q&A from INDESIGN #88, we spoke to INDE.Awards winners Balarinji about Indigenous design and more.

The sweeping straight-line geometry of Splinter Society’s Monash pavilion

The sweeping straight-line geometry of Splinter Society’s Monash pavilion

With contextual care and the odd formal flourish, the Monash University Pharmacy Pavilion has been completed by Splinter Society.

Tony Albert in dual exhibition and curated showcase at Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney

Tony Albert in dual exhibition and curated showcase at Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney

Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney kicks off the year with a compelling showcase featuring two significant bodies of work by renowned Aboriginal artist Tony Albert.

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.