Welcome to The Indesign Edit: Health Check. In this issue, we explore three of the best health and aged care projects and the outstanding products that contribute to achiever the overall design.
Australian-brand, Planex collaborates with Lucy Simpson from Gaawaa Miyay Studio to create a design that captures the unique sensitivity of place and the incorporation of Indigenous culture within the built environment.
Co-working is well and truly part of the working vernacular. But this co-working space by HIP V. HYPE is founded on much more than just being a place for freelancers to come and work.
Modern education is changing, so too are the spaces where learning takes place. We look at some of the products that are helping to reshape this new learning landscape.
Planex’s xLocker2 has secured the coveted Design Excellence award at the 2019 Good Design Awards, and it’s well deserved.
FRONT 2019 promises to provide the most advanced commercial solutions for a range of new-age design challenges. Introducing our first exhibitor group and their innovative product showcases.
We all know that the traditional office space has evolved to accommodate a more fluid and intuitive solution to productivity. Our Indesign In Focus list is fit for the shift in working behaviours across the commercial industry.
Pavilions, hubs, neighbourhoods, precincts and the like are fast becoming a popular staple in the agile workplace diet – but why? In their latest project for Red Energy Melbourne, iconic studio Carr sees the significance of these spaces as allowing users to claw back some personal ownership of their working environment.
If engaged at the beginning of a business lifecycle, designers can become so much more than the vessels of a new brand. In the case of Escala by Molecule, they have the opportunity to define it.
What are the principles and strategies behind designing for incidental staff collisions and chance encounters? Siren Design maps out its creative thinking and approach for Powercor CitiPower’s BEON Energy Solutions, Melbourne: a purpose built workplace which encourages its staff to ‘interact’ and ‘collide’.
What is ‘salon learning’ and how is design responding to this new educational format? Arts West, Melbourne Univeristy’s riotous new Arts Faculty by ARM Architecture and Architectus, reimagines on-campus learning via the philosophy of object-based learning.
Integrated technology might be commonplace in the workplace, but in education spaces it’s still a fairly new phenomenon. At Western Sydney University, Woods Bagot’s vertical campus design raises the bar in more ways than one.