As we move into the second quarter of 2022 we take a look at who’s going where – the latest appointments and promotions in architecture and design are here.
Frame Publishers’ recent title, Where We Work, provides an exposé of design lessons from the modern office, distilled from an international spread of exemplary workplace design projects.
Inspired initially by the groundbreaking Google HQ, workplace culture has risen steadily as a priority on the agenda of businesses since the beginning of the internet age.
The teams at Architectus, ASPECT Studio, Carr, Mim Design and more each have news to share, involving new leadership, associates, positions and returns.
Having honed the practice of collaboration from home, four industry leads share key insights and best etiquette for design teams working remote.
The same blue-sky thinking that underpins Woodside’s energy exploration, development delivery and supply business set the tone for its new global HQ in Perth, designed by Cox Architects and Unispace.
With Saturday Indesign only a week or so away (yay!), find out all the things happening in the City Central district. It’ll come in handy, especially if you’re looking to plan your travel for the day.
Leading kitchen, bathroom and laundry retailer e&s has opened its landmark tenth Victorian store – a flagship retailer in Preston.
Leaders in workplace design mingle with a leading communications designer. It’s a truly mixed bag of interesting and insightful interviews that kept you reading this year. Spoiler: It’s 80 per cent female!
You might know Australian designer Miriam Fanning as the founder and principal of award-winning Melbourne-based practice, Mim Design – but there is so much more to this high-achieving, industry wonder woman. We take five with one of Australia’s most significant design thinkers. Here’s what’s she had to say…
Mim Design offers up a vision of post-millenium luxe with the new Sheraton Mirage in Port Douglas. Welcome to resort living 2.0.
What defines the luxury resort of 2017? As the goalposts of modern travel continue to shift, Mim Design offers up a vision of post-millenium luxe with the news Sheraton Mirage in Port Douglas. Welcome to resort living 2.0. Determined to balance the exoticism of 1980s glamour with time-honoured contemporary design, Mim Design lobbied for elements of the original hotel to be preserved and even reinstated.