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INDESIGN #91 launch party at SJB Sydney

INDESIGN #91 launch party at SJB Sydney

With guest editor and AIA National President-elect, Adam Haddow, on hand, we recently celebrated the launch of the Work (Place) & Play issue.

Work & Play: INDESIGN #91 is here!

Work & Play: INDESIGN #91 is here!

The latest print magazine is about to arrive! With Guest Editor Adam Haddow in the hot seat, we are delighted to share some of the highlights.

The dialectic of colonialism: Rethinking maps, remaking our cities

The dialectic of colonialism: Rethinking maps, remaking our cities

Dallas Rogers, Head of Urban Discipline at the School of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney, comments on the history of map-making in our cities.

How the workplace evolves: Elenberg Fraser and Slattery

How the workplace evolves: Elenberg Fraser and Slattery

With a finger on the pulse of the changing workplace in and around the pandemic, Elenberg Fraser completed Slattery’s dynamic office in Melbourne.

Radical logics of connectedness and circular economy with Chris Fox

Radical logics of connectedness and circular economy with Chris Fox

We sat down with Chris Fox to speculate on the future of regenerative architecture, circular economy and experimenting with vegetation in and on buildings.

Exciting news: Indesignlive is expanding across the region!

Exciting news: Indesignlive is expanding across the region!

Indesign Media has announced a significant milestone with the consolidation of multiple platforms into a single regional go-to source for design professionals and enthusiasts.

Buddhist meditation and bamboo with Vo Trong Nghia

Buddhist meditation and bamboo with Vo Trong Nghia

The Vietnamese architect discusses insatiable construction markets and dwindling urban ecologies. For the latter, he recommends bamboo; for the former, meditation.

Woods Bagot’s Russell Fortmeyer: Whose climate is it anyway?

Woods Bagot’s Russell Fortmeyer: Whose climate is it anyway?

In this comment piece republished from INDESIGN #90, Woods Bagot’s Global Sustainability Leader in Los Angeles brings questions of equality to design in the climate crisis.

Kristen Whittle and the quest for soulful density

Kristen Whittle and the quest for soulful density

Building on a profound depth of experience, Kristen Whittle is orchestrating his very own studio with a humanistic design philosophy based on care.

INDESIGN 90 is on sale and it’s all about City Futures

INDESIGN 90 is on sale and it’s all about City Futures

INDESIGN 90’s City Futures special issue is now on sale. Our Editor Alice Blackwood shares a few words about what it means to turn 90, and what you can expect in this issue.

“A disco for fish and lizards”: Designing for biodiversity in South Australia

“A disco for fish and lizards”: Designing for biodiversity in South Australia

Designed by H2o Architects in association with Phillips/ Pilkington Architects, this biodiversity facility is in the more theatrical scientific realm of fish and lizards.

AJC Architects’ Andrew Fong comments on the evolution of museum design

AJC Architects’ Andrew Fong comments on the evolution of museum design

In this comment piece republished from INDESIGN #88, Andrew Fong, studio lead at Allen Jack+Cottier Architects (AJC), discusses the ways in which museums are innovating in order to stay relevant.