Urban renewal which opens a dialogue from the past to the present; Melbourne’s Western CBD is on track for complete revitalisation.
In this comment piece, Rothelowman principal, Susanne Pini, argues that the build-to-rent model makes for a much richer mix of spaces in our cities.
Guided by three experienced architects with unique personal stories, EM BE CE is a young practice on the rise in Sydney. Timothy Alouani-Roby met the directors to find out about their collaborative studio culture.
Celebrating 25 years in his indominable style, William Smart invited the glitterati of Australian architecture to an evening of white on white in the Sydney Opera House’s impeccable Utzon Room.
Examine the art of selecting window coverings that combine functionality, aesthetics, and sustainability in four compelling case studies across diverse project typologies, in the latest edition of The Edit.
INDESIGN Magazine’s 90th edition, The ‘City Futures’ Issue, is almost here! We speak with Tim Williams, cities practice lead at Grimshaw about the complex tensions our cities face in this post-pandemic, climate-critical era of globalised living.
Curated by France-based architects Lacaton & Vassal, ‘Living in the City’ runs at the Tin Sheds Gallery within the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning until September 23.
Transplanting the essence of one Indian capital city into another, RSDA has retrofitted a family home with a finely tuned focus on colour, material and furniture.
King Living announces the launch of the 1977 Sofa, a reimagining of its inaugural furniture piece that blends modern aesthetics with time-honoured design elements.
NEXTDC’s M3 and M2 data centres represent a novel approach to the harmonious coexistence of advanced technology infrastructure and local communities.
New Zealand architect Bergendy Cooke has worked around the world. Currently based in Barcelona, with a team in New Zealand, her practice recently led a boutique hotel project in Marrakech, the Maison Brummell Majorelle.
Plus Architecture’s Patric Przeradzki offers four key takeaways from the Scandinavian housing model. Przeradzki argues they can be applied in Australia to work towards healthier, safer and more cohesive residential communities.