Melbourne Design Week 2021 comprises a provocative lineup of talks, exhibitions and more, centred around the topic ‘design the world you want’. Here’s our two cents on what events are not to be missed.
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A Brutalist 1970s library building provides the bones for a Renaissance-like redevelopment at Monash University’s Caulfield campus. The outcome is a dynamic hub that serves a complexity of 21st-century needs. “It was about opening the library up to the central village green of the campus and bringing light into the building,” says John Wardle Architects’ Jasmin Williamson.
Diverse, responsive and innovative, 35 winners and 12 commendations have been revealed for the Institute’s 2019 Architecture Awards.
Movements and promotions abound in the industry – most notable being HASSELL’s appointment of seven new Principals across its ten global studios.
Building its growing international reputation, Melbourne-based studio John Wardle Architects is set to open a Sydney outpost in January 2019.
A university’s purpose is to encourage students to think differently and act autonomously. In Monash University’s Learning and Teaching Building, it is finally being recognised that the architecture needs to mirror this.
Take a look at the outstanding work that made the cut in the Australian Institute of Architects’ national awards program.
The NGV Architecture Commission Design Competition is calling for entries for its fourth iteration, presenting the opportunity for an architect to propose a temporary pavilion that bridges design and art.
From the 1950s to today, British design house ercol remains as relevant in modern life as it did during the post-war years. Some of its most iconic furniture pieces have endured the turn of the century, proving that classic designs never go out of fashion.