Hong Kong-based designer and consummate cosmopolitan, JJ Acuna of Bespoke Studio, muses on the changing face of hospitality and design across Asia Pacific.
We sit down with Reddie Furniture founder Caroline Olah to discuss Asian influence, design heritage and manufacturing.
The Gold Coast’s new HOTA Gallery engages with the post-modern city in a casual surfside manner, coming to life through an organic, Voronoi concept.
Blur and blend: the conventional boundaries between academia and practice are thoughtfully broken down in the University of Sydney’s Susan Wakil Health Building.
Architectural expression influences the way we engage with our education precincts. Lyons and John Wardle Architects marry design vision and innovative façade solutions to great effect.
If schools are the glue of our communities, what are the ‘sticky’ elements every modern school must have? Mark van den Enden of Architectus breaks it down for us.
Davenport Campbell delivers the second phase of CBA’s South Eveleigh campus with a future-fit workplace that aligns people with tech and innovation.
In establishing a new life in Copenhagen, Nikolai Kotlarczyk uses his experience of being a newcomer to nurture new design ideas.
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The Sydney Theatre Company (STC) is a much loved and revered institution, not only in its hometown of Sydney and across Australia, but also around the globe. Now that it has a revitalised and renewed home at The Wharf in Walsh Bay is the icing on the cake for both the staff of the STC and the theatre going public.
Whether minimalist or maximalist, education design ultimately needs to be adaptable. Leanne Amodeo explores the power of flexibility in contemporary education spaces.