Hames Sharley shares its studio’s insight into how incorporating Australia’s Indigenous history and culture can enrich the built environment.
Chris Hampson, director and co-founder of visionary indigenous start-up Yerrabingin, talks about shifting his work paradigm since Covid-19.
Open this week at The National Gallery of Victoria, In Absence is a cultural conversation through architecture by Edition Office and Indigenous artist Yhonnie Scarce.
Pushing inclusive design and co-creation into new territory, Milliken-Ontera’s new Water Yuludara collection has been designed in collaboration with Gumbaynggirr artist, Brentyn Lugnan.
Australian-brand, Planex collaborates with Lucy Simpson from Gaawaa Miyay Studio to create a design that captures the unique sensitivity of place and the incorporation of Indigenous culture within the built environment.
“These projects can stand on the world stage against any other kind of health project, and be successful. They aren’t Aboriginal projects; they are architecture for a specific community, that meets and exceeds the brief,” shares Kaunitz Yeung founding principal, David Kaunitz on the INDE.Award winning Punmu and Parnngurr projects.
Pushing forward the discussion of design, Schiavello recently hosted a panel talk with some of the brightest minds in the industry – and a key issue on the table was Indigenous design and collaboration. Here’s what came out of it.
The NGV Architecture Commission for 2019 has crowned contemporary artist Yhonnie Scarce and Melbourne architecture studio Edition Office as winners for their scheme ‘In Absence’.
Taylor & Hinds Architects designed krakani lumi, a standing camp in Mount William National Park, that helps to tell the significant story of country and the creation.
The winners have been announced! The 2018 Victorian Premier’s Design Awards have been awarded, with a ground-breaking Indigenous design charter taking home the highest prize.
The aesthetics of Aboriginal designs are familiar to many Australians, but perhaps less so when it comes to architecture. How can the A&D community learn from, and honour this centuries-old culture?
Culture can have a powerful influence on our approach to design so what happens when – as a fully matured adult – you find a whole other side to your family’s history?