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Individual moments of joy inside the LANDMARK by Lexus pavilion

Individual moments of joy inside the LANDMARK by Lexus pavilion

If the LANDMARK by Lexus pavilion has previously been about electrifying the senses, more recently Lexus Australia stepped out of the fast lane with a highly curated, slowed-down approach.

Towards a golden age of Australian architecture?

Towards a golden age of Australian architecture?

On the eve of 2024, our new editor, Timothy Alouani-Roby, addresses an exciting yet provocative open letter to the Australian architecture community on the opportunities of an era.

Koichi Takada on nature, luxury and his latest collaboration with Lexus

Koichi Takada on nature, luxury and his latest collaboration with Lexus

As LANDMARK by Lexus returns for its sixth iteration, Sydney-based Japanese architect Koichi Takada is reflecting on the place of nature in design.

The brave new world of brick

The brave new world of brick

In this second part of a series on Brickworks, we move on to the future of brick. Exciting innovations are taking place, pushing design and material technology in new directions.

Concrete revolution – 5 ground breaking poured concrete structures

Concrete revolution – 5 ground breaking poured concrete structures

Gillian Serisier rounds up 5 outstanding examples of poured concrete structures. Prepare to be wowed by seamless stretches of materiality.

“Architecture, like food, benefits greatly when we slow the process down,” writes Koichi Takada

“Architecture, like food, benefits greatly when we slow the process down,” writes Koichi Takada

Every decision we make as architects and designers from the very first moments of project conception has carbon consequences.

Review: Koichi Takada Architecture, Nature and Design

Review: Koichi Takada Architecture, Nature and Design

Published by Rizzoli New York, Koichi Takada Architecture, Nature and Design covers the first decade of Takada’s practice and his innovative designs.