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Hospitality Design 2.0: A New wave in Normcore Dining

Hospitality Design 2.0: A New wave in Normcore Dining

Fancy buying milk, eggs or fancy anchovies along with your coffee? It’s the new wave of hospitality at Staple café, designed by Samantha Eades

Putting the joy back into Brutalism: The University of Queensland School of Architecture by m3architecture

Putting the joy back into Brutalism: The University of Queensland School of Architecture by m3architecture

Brisbane’s m3architecture found the University of Queensland’s brutalist School of Architecture building had its problems but also the potential to transform itself and embrace its beautiful landscape.

Can Architects Design Furniture, Too?

Can Architects Design Furniture, Too?

European architects have been designing furniture for years. Think of Le Corbusier or Mies van der Rohe. More recently, architects such as Sir Norman Foster or Frank Gehry come to mind. Now its Rigmarole, courtesy of March Studio from Down Under.

Indesign #69 Is On The Loose May 11!

Indesign #69 Is On The Loose May 11!

In this edition of Indesign: the ‘Think Big’ issue, we take an unconventional approach to uncovering the breadth and diversity contained within contemporary education design.

Get your head in the cloud: Western Sydney University by Woods Bagot

Get your head in the cloud: Western Sydney University by Woods Bagot

Integrated technology might be common in the workplace, but in education spaces it’s still a fairly new phenomenon. At Western Sydney University, Woods Bagot’s vertical campus design raises the bar in more ways than one.

Mega Mash-Ups With Kit Neale

Mega Mash-Ups With Kit Neale

Are collaborations between big brands and young designers a way to launch careers? British designer Kit Neale thinks there’s more to it than that…

What Does ‘Sensory Space’ Really Mean, And Why Is It Becoming A Valuable Currency In Design Culture?

What Does ‘Sensory Space’ Really Mean, And Why Is It Becoming A Valuable Currency In Design Culture?

Melbourne-based design duo, Melissa Chen and Kayoko Kubo of MI.KA Studio lift the veil on this increasingly abstract concept.

KPMG Barangaroo by Davenport Campbell

KPMG Barangaroo by Davenport Campbell

KPMG is the latest professional services firm to go officeless and paperless, aided by the obligingly ovoid Rogers Stirk Harbour tower at Barangaroo – and aided by Davenport Campbell who have brought some innovating thinking to the agile model.

Can Technology Improve The Designer-Builder Relationship?

Can Technology Improve The Designer-Builder Relationship?

The simple design tool making the impossible possible. Everyone said loopcreative’s plan for Alquema’s flagship store couldn’t be done, but they knew better. We find out how 3D printing turned an abstract design into reality.