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The Ghost Net Collective: Mermer Waiskeder (Stories of the Moving Tide)

The Ghost Net Collective: Mermer Waiskeder (Stories of the Moving Tide)

Threading together Country and cultures across Australia, this artist collective has produced a series of memorable sculptures to sit by Sydney Harbour.

Inside Mirvac’s very own Melbourne home

Inside Mirvac’s very own Melbourne home

Mirvac has a new office designed with care and detail that hits the mark in amenity and comfort for employees and clients alike.

Hassell comment: How inclusive, universal design improves wellbeing in healthcare facilities

Hassell comment: How inclusive, universal design improves wellbeing in healthcare facilities

How do we design healthcare facilities where everyone feels included? The answer is to give people a choice.

bangawarra: voices leading change

bangawarra: voices leading change

Joining their considerable forces in 2018, Jo Kinniburgh and Shannon Foster, as bangawarra (meaning to make, to design and to bring about through sustained effort), have a monumental task ahead of them.

Breville uses products as canvas for Indigenous Australian storytelling

Breville uses products as canvas for Indigenous Australian storytelling

Launching last week in Sydney, Aboriginal designer and curator Alison Page and Breville announced an extraordinary partnership with First Nations People and the National Museum of Australia.

Powerhouse for change: Jefa Greenaway

Powerhouse for change: Jefa Greenaway

Through insight and expertise, Jefa Greenaway has forged a career highlighting Indigenous perspectives in architecture and design. He’s a powerful force for change, a man to be followed and his ideas emulated. Indeed, he is a man of our time.

What happens when we practice reconciliation through design

What happens when we practice reconciliation through design

Hames Sharley shares its studio’s insight into how incorporating Australia’s Indigenous history and culture can enrich the built environment.

Life under Lockdown: Christian Hampson

Life under Lockdown: Christian Hampson

Chris Hampson, director and co-founder of visionary indigenous start-up Yerrabingin, talks about shifting his work paradigm since Covid-19.

In Absence: Symbolic of both life and death

In Absence: Symbolic of both life and death

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.

Reconciliation through design: Introducing Water Yuludarla by Milliken

Reconciliation through design: Introducing Water Yuludarla by Milliken

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.

A story of heritage and culture with xLockers2 by Planex

A story of heritage and culture with xLockers2 by Planex

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.

Indigenous co-creation: Punmu and Parnngurr by Kaunitz Yeung Architecture

Indigenous co-creation: Punmu and Parnngurr by Kaunitz Yeung Architecture

“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.