Employee ownership comes in many different forms and there is certainly no one size to fit all. It’s a growing trend, especially in design firms overseas, so Timothy Alouani-Roby spoke to some of those blazing the trail in Australia.
In this comment piece, HDR uses its considerable expertise across engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services to forecast the major trends this year. If you haven’t already read up, now would be the time to hear the global take on big-picture industry trends.
Sydney architecture studio Tzannes is launching its new website. What began as an exercise in arranging a portfolio of award-winning work has evolved into a profound process of self-reflection as the practice readies itself for a multigenerational future.
In this article, SJB’s Monica Edwards writes on how straddling the role of educator and designer can help us pose the questions that really matter in learning environments, and in life.
Shared living spaces looked like being the future of metropolitan living and working, and now they seem like human petri-dishes. So, what comes next?
The Pedrali name is synonymous with fine Italian design and manufacturing. Distributed by Business Interiors in Australia, the collection has been charming design lovers since its launch over 50 years ago. CEO Monica Pedrali explains why…
In a decade or two, most of our waking hours might be spent inside a pair of VR glasses. Will we be comfortable in VR, or, for that matter, with it?
Using references from the much-lauded film The Usual Suspects and award-winning TV series Mad Men to unpack this subject for his readers, Scott argues that the best lead designers are those who can use an ‘invisible hand’ to guide their teams. We spoke to Scott about his thoughts on the design process and the importance of the ‘invisible hand’.