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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 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.

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.

Honouring Aboriginal trailblazers and activists at UTS Indigenous College

Honouring Aboriginal trailblazers and activists at UTS Indigenous College

A stunning concept created by Greenaway Architects, Warren and Mahoney and OCULUS has won the design competition for UTS’ future National First Nations College.

Five of the best landscape architecture practices

Five of the best landscape architecture practices

Landscape architecture is enjoying a rise in prominence. Today, it’s taking a seat at the design table from the very beginning of a project, so we bring you some of the leading practices.

Kaunitz Yeung Architecture comment: Architecture and The Voice

Kaunitz Yeung Architecture comment: Architecture and The Voice

On the eve of The Voice referendum, David Kaunitz comments on the power of listening and collaboration in Indigenous communities.

Landmark Indigenous art installation unveiled on Melbourne’s Westgate Freeway

Landmark Indigenous art installation unveiled on Melbourne’s Westgate Freeway

Tilt and First Peoples artist Lisa Waup have collaborated to bring an Indigenous public art installation to Melbourne’s Westgate Freeway. This artwork integrates Indigenous narratives into the urban landscape in a significant Australian first.

“Instantly welcoming and culturally agnostic”: Darebin Intercultural Centre by Sibling Architecture

“Instantly welcoming and culturally agnostic”: Darebin Intercultural Centre by Sibling Architecture

Darebin Intercultural Centre is a project bursting with colour and texture. At the core of this public work, however, Sibling Architecture has confronted questions of cultural inclusion and the colonial heritage of the built environment in ways that run much deeper than surface level.

McGregor Coxall and Yulendj Weelam Lab embark on a new design research partnership

McGregor Coxall and Yulendj Weelam Lab embark on a new design research partnership

The three-year design research partnership launched by McGregor Coxall and RMIT’s Yulendj Weelam Lab embarks on a mission to transform Australia’s built environment by weaving in First Nations wisdom, embracing sustainable practices, and fostering a sense of belonging.