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.