Our editor tours you through 7 of the best installations at the Fuorisalone in Milan. Each designed to spark inspiration, and some with a clear call to action.
OMA, the international practice responsible for the WA Museum Boola Bardip, has settled into its recently opened local office and is ready to make some serious contributions to the Australian architectural landscape.
From Malaysia to Vietnam, these hospitality projects champion their Asian roots and blend cross-cultural elements to great success.
Capable of encouraging deep engagement between people and place, sustainable design is an opportunity that ought to be urgently harnessed in hotel design. Leading the way, some architects and designers are doing just that.
In the age of the social influencer, we believe it’s your design actions that define you as a game-changer. Here are three celebrated projects from the 2018 INDE.Awards that have positively impacted people’s lives.
Where do great ideas come from? Tertiary institutions are adopting the ‘ideas incubator’ model to empower students into an entrepreneurial mindset and facilitate a dynamic cross-pollination of ideas.
Vertical cities in the sky, deconstructed boxes and ample greening – six widely varying designs with similar themes have been revealed in the Southbank by Beulah competition.
Following in the wake of Sean Godsell and Shigeru Ban, OMA’s Rem Koolhaas and David Gianotten have this week unveiled their first-ever Australian project for what is fast becoming one of this country’s most respected design legacies – the MPavilion 2017.
The Naomi Milgrom Foundation today released the MPavilion 2017 design by renowned Netherlands-based architects Rem Koolhaas & David Gianotten of OMA – and we – are – keen!!