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Sibling Architecture poses a ‘New Agency’ model to solve Australia’s housing crisis

Sibling Architecture poses a ‘New Agency’ model to solve Australia’s housing crisis

In part two of our series covering Sibling Architecture’s New Agency research, IndesignLive looks at the final section and a proposed solution to Australia’s housing challenges.

Will intergenerational living provide a blueprint for Australia’s future housing?

Will intergenerational living provide a blueprint for Australia’s future housing?

In part two of our series covering Sibling Architecture’s New Agency research, IndesignLive talks with Sibling directors Timothy Moore and Qianyi Lim to discuss intergenerational housing.

Sibling Architecture conceives “radical” solution to housing problems

Sibling Architecture conceives “radical” solution to housing problems

As Australia ages, will its residents be able to access fair, accessible and affordable housing? Sibling Architecture has proposed a “radical” and cross-generational solution to housing problems, based on three years of research.

9 commercial spaces that celebrate colour in design

9 commercial spaces that celebrate colour in design

Representing the most creative, bold and colour-filled projects of the past year, the 2021 Dulux Colour Awards have been announced.

Sibling enhances accessibility for Arts Project Australia

Sibling enhances accessibility for Arts Project Australia

Prioritising artists and their diverse abilities, Sibling Architecture has created an adaptable and calming entrance with a clear sense of identity for Arts Project Australia (APA).

Is open air architecture the future of social interstices?

Is open air architecture the future of social interstices?

From the streets of New York to the laneways of Melbourne, Stephen Crafti looks at how architects are reinventing the public realm to support collaboration and connectivity.

Our ‘Workplace Progress’ issue is now online

Our ‘Workplace Progress’ issue is now online

For those yet to experience Indesign #83, our ‘Workplace Progress’ issue in full, here’s news that ought to please you.

Inside Indesign #83, the ‘Workplace Progress’ issue

Inside Indesign #83, the ‘Workplace Progress’ issue

Our ‘Workplace Progress’ issue—on sale from 25 March 2021—examines the shifting goal posts of workplace design, and shares the most notable contemporary insights, perspectives and projects in the space today.

Kudos to these projects and their stellar use of colour

Kudos to these projects and their stellar use of colour

A new level of ambitious and considered use of colour has been achieved by the exceptional projects recognised in the Dulux Colour Awards 2020.

The FRONT.design Forum topics will inspire

The FRONT.design Forum topics will inspire

With a focus on thought leadership, idea-generation and knowledge sharing, FRONT Forum tackles the hot button issues. Book your seat for these 10 topical talks.

What we learned at the Saturday Indesign talks

What we learned at the Saturday Indesign talks

What would Saturday Indesign be without some heated industry discussions? This year didn’t disappoint with 10 talks across 7 locations. If you missed out, don’t worry, we wrap-up the key messages and insights garnered from the industry’s brightest stars.

A retail renaissance

A retail renaissance

The Shopping Space category for the INDE.Awards focuses on retail projects that exemplify design and caters to changing consumer behaviours.

“Innovative and awe-inducing” – Announcing INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist

“Innovative and awe-inducing” – Announcing INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist

The results are out! We’re excited to introduce you to your INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist. Read on to find out which entries made the final cut.

Doing it for the kids: Upsy Daisy by Sibling

Doing it for the kids: Upsy Daisy by Sibling

Upsy Daisy is a family-friendly, feel-good space designed for kids, but it has a dose of magic for adults too.

Facing Australia’s ageing population

Facing Australia’s ageing population

Melbourne architecture collective Sibling opens a new exhibition, which includes a live research project, on the link between ageing and the future design of our homes.