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.
As LANDMARK by Lexus returns for its sixth iteration, Sydney-based Japanese architect Koichi Takada is reflecting on the place of nature in design.
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.
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.
Showcasing design in a spellbinding, ephemeral way, the Lexus Design Pavilion at the Melbourne Cup never fails to disappoint, as Annie Reid reports.
Light yet shadow, static yet changing, having nothing yet possessing everything, vegetable yet musical – Stephen Todds writes about this year’s winner and finalists of Lexus Design Award.