LANDMARK by Lexus was back in full swing at the Lexus Melbourne Cup Carnival, with an electrifying ‘green’ feast for the senses. Experience it first-hand here.
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.
Every decision we make as architects and designers from the very first moments of project conception has carbon consequences.
Published by Rizzoli New York, Koichi Takada Architecture, Nature and Design covers the first decade of Takada’s practice and his innovative designs.
Referencing both its pine tree namesake and the local surf culture, Koichi Takada Architect’s Norfolk is a 9 level apartment on the Burleigh Heads waterfront.
Indesign #85, the ‘Social Spaces’ issue is out now. Indesign Editor Alice Blackwood brings us up to speed on the retail and hospitality design topics informing this edition’s theme.
How far have Australian architects come since pledging to become carbon neutral? We explore Australia’s leading certified carbon neutral architecture firms.
For Koichi Takada of Koichi Takada Architects the reigning imperative of our time is not simply to look back at history and preserve it. It is to move inexorably forward – in an environmental sense.
Climate crisis, meet your comeuppance; the dawn of the new European Bauhaus has come. And here’s Koichi Takada to show us how it’s done.
Infusing Lexus’ Japanese values of warmth and hospitality with Australia’s rich native landscapes comes LANDMARK at Lexus 2019 by Koichi Takada Architects. This premier design project reimagines the hospitality and cuisine experience at the annual Melbourne Cup Carnival.
Australia proves to excel on the global stage with 60 projects shortlisted at the World Architecture Festival 2019.