She thinks big and has the credentials to back it up. Returning to the Wellington studio of Warren and Mahoney in 2022, this architect brings home a wealth of expertise.
How does Domenic Alvaro oversee a project from start to finish? Timothy Alouani-Roby met with the Woods Bagot director and global design leader to find out why editors make the best architects and architects the best editors.
Through insight and expertise, INDESIGN Luminary Jefa Greenaway has forged a career highlighting Indigenous perspectives in architecture and design. He’s a powerful force for change, a man to be followed and his ideas emulated.
In partnership with Life Blood, Cult has launched a blood drive with the goal of reaching 100 blood donations throughout December. The initiative is one close to their hearts, in honour of long-time team member Chelsea Rodrigues.
Adam Cornish is a product designer who leads the way in creativity and originality. He lives and works in Australia and is a global talent in everyone’s book, writes Jan Henderson.
Ahead of Sydney Design Week, 15-22 September, we speak with creative director, Stephen Todd, about his top picks for this year’s program. Scroll through for insights, highlights and direct links to all the best events.
Khai Liew has literally designed an amazing life and career. He is the epitome of the quiet achiever who has reached the ultimate in his profession as an object maker and designer.
Who’s moving up and joining forces in architecture and design? July saw a fresh wave of skilled professionals promoted, and two major mergers between firms.
Paul Conrad, Conrad Architects founding director, designs premium residential homes and developments in many of Melbourne’s best streets.
Taking up the reigns of Managing Principal for Hassell’s Melbourne Studio, Richard Mullane says: “We plan to build a more inclusive, sustainable future for communities – and create a more socially and ecologically resilient world.”
One of the region’s early South East Asian designers to break into the international design scene, Nathan Yong has used the past 30 years to cement a path for his future peers.