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The Stirling Prize-winners setting up a Sydney studio

The Stirling Prize-winners setting up a Sydney studio

British architecture practice, AHMM, now has a home in Sydney. We caught up with Paul Monaghan ahead of his Australian Architecture Conference keynote speech.

Art meets life in V-ZUG’s latest studio

Art meets life in V-ZUG’s latest studio

Located in the gallery precinct of Vienna’s historic old town, the V-ZUG brand display team set out to do something different for a new market, and the outcome is breathtaking.

Architectural self-portrait: Chamberlain Architecture and Interiors designs very own studio space

Architectural self-portrait: Chamberlain Architecture and Interiors designs very own studio space

Tackling an interior previously defined by dark and divided space, the practice has reinvigorated this Fitzroy warehouse.

CCD’s very own multilayered workplace looks like a luxury hotel

CCD’s very own multilayered workplace looks like a luxury hotel

Expanding its global headquarters with the addition of two extra floors in the International Chamber of Commerce Building (Studio Fuksas), Architectural firm Cheng Chung Design (CCD) has applied its sound design principals to its very own workplace.

University neighbours: Solari Architects’ very own Cuba Street office

University neighbours: Solari Architects’ very own Cuba Street office

Solari Architects has recently relocated to 191 Cuba Street, joining the Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Architecture. The two-storey office fit-out blends modern functionality with local heritage.

BVN is right at home in its classic Queenslander studio, complete with open-air verandah

BVN is right at home in its classic Queenslander studio, complete with open-air verandah

Taking the ‘buildings that breath’ guidelines to the natural next step, BVN has designed its new studio in Brisbane to welcome and embrace nature, while acknowledging place and connection to Country.

“Crafting artefacts with heart and hands”: CCD’s very own multilayered workplace

“Crafting artefacts with heart and hands”: CCD’s very own multilayered workplace

Expanding its global headquarters with the addition of two extra floors in the International Chamber of Commerce Building (Studio Fuksas), Architectural firm Cheng Chung Design (CCD) has applied its sound design principals to its very own workplace.

An exclusive tour of Cox Architecture’s new heritage home

An exclusive tour of Cox Architecture’s new heritage home

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.

Nendo’s Time Sensitive TV News Studio Set

Nendo’s Time Sensitive TV News Studio Set

Nendo designs a single set for Fuji Television Network that allows for a variety of angles and moods that can reflect the time of the broadcast.

Benoy Shanghai Celebrates Ten Years

Benoy Shanghai Celebrates Ten Years

Benoy Shanghai celebrated its ten-year anniversary on 30 August in its newly refurbished studio at ICC Shanghai.

Nendo Designs A TV News Studio Set That Offers A Sense Of Time

Nendo Designs A TV News Studio Set That Offers A Sense Of Time

A single set for Fuji Television Network allows for a variety of angles and moods that can reflect the time of the broadcast.

Woods Bagot at home in New York

Woods Bagot at home in New York

A thoroughly tech-savvy studio space with lots of opportunity for socialising is right on brand for this ultra-connected architectural practice.