CKDS has created distinctive new office space in Newcastle’s CBD following the adaptive reuse of what was previously a theatre.
In 2013 Cultivated launched as a restoration service, today it is a full-service product stewardship business, buying back, refurbishing and recycling authentic design pieces. In this article we continue the conversation around whole-of-lifecycle-furniture.
Leopold Banchini is nothing if not internationally mobile. So how does this architect, whose Marramarra Shack has recently been turnings heads in Australia and around the world, build authentic connections to places as far apart as Sydney, Lisbon and Bahrain?
Adaptable, neurodiverse work settings define this boundary-pushing workplace designed by Geyer for fintech unicorn, Tyro, and its next-gen talent.
‘Younghusband’, the historic woolshed site in Melbourne’s inner-north-west, will be transformed into both an A-grade commercial location and a model of sustainability.
Today’s designers talk the talk on adaptable workplace design and sustainability, but how often do they walk the walk? Timothy Alouani-Roby paid an exclusive visit to Cox Architecture’s new Sydney studio to find out how the firm is making a home there by practicing what it preaches.
Through a strategy of reusing materials and maintaining the existing layout, Spowers has transformed the Chadstone campus library in Victoria. With strong input from end-users, the fit-out is a model of sustainable and conscientious design.
The Black & White Building by Waugh Thistleton Architects (WTA) in collaboration with TOG is a timber milestone. As the tallest mass timber office building in central London, this is a ground-breaking project in its use of material.
Re/place has been installed for this year’s Albury Summer Pavilion! Studio Chris Fox has partnered with Bollinger+Grohmann engineers, the University of Sydney and Swinburne University of Technology to create this temporary installation with an experimental approach to materials and circular economy.
In a competition held by K5 Furniture in collaboration with Monash University, students were challenged with a brief of mycelium-based product design. We visit the avant-garde with the exhibition ‘Metanoia’.
Waste not want not! These bold and innovative creators are designing objects and fashion using waste as their starting point.