The industry’s leading conference on the Sustainable Built Environment takes place Thursday 10 November in person, in Sydney.
From the correlation between the way we learn and our working preferences and the death of ‘corporate starships’, to the all-important sense of temporary ownership in an environment of constant change – in the second part of “The Future of Work” we explore further shifts that define the evolution of the workplace.
From the polycentric model and upside-down buildings to the allure of whimsy and celebration of utility. Three top designers tell us how workplace design is responding to the fluid reality of work.
Indesign #85, the ‘Social Spaces’ issue is out now. Indesign Editor Alice Blackwood brings us up to speed on the retail and hospitality design topics informing this edition’s theme.
When education buildings are properly integrated into the urban fabric of cities, magic happens. Grimshaw puts the method around that magic.
After creating a critically acclaimed style guide that shapes the overall feel of the airport itself, Grimshaw have completed Melbourne Airport’s T2 International Arrivals Hall, that feels an awful lot like the city outside.
What can we learn from the workplace design projects named on the Australian Interior Design Awards 2021 shortlist?
We’re back on the move, reporting to you duly on the latest movements within the design industry. Today’s news comes from the likes of CHC, Grimshaw, Hames Sharley, Techne, Unispace and more.
Blending the old with the new, Grimshaw’s latest project with Carr is a beacon of architectural expression that sits perfectly within the city skyline.
Vertical education. It’s a fact, but is it also a fad? Paul McGillick looks at how education is reaching for the skies.