Jardan unveils the Colourscapes collection. This expansive offering of commercial furniture captures the brand’s signature aesthetic through dynamic forms, unique textures, and a mouth-watering colour palette.
Fender Katsalidis partner, Nicky Drobis, was recently on a panel discussing adaptive reuse and its potential to redefine our cities’ skylines. She outlines 3 ways our cities can increase adoption of adaptive reuse projects.
The Hydro Tasmania workplace in Melbourne is a celebration of sustainability, agility, and togetherness.
Highly responsive and light on its feet, K.I.D was created to address the need for commercially focused suppliers with a commitment to careful, enduring craftsmanship.
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.
That’s it. It’s a no-brainer. Move to central Melbourne and rent at LIV Munro where the apartments are beautifully conceived and the amenities are beyond outstanding. Build-to-rent is making waves and, through excellent design, the lifestyle of this new way of living is elevated to another dimension.
GH Commercial presents the Corsica Chevron by Godfrey Hirst – an all-new engineered timber solution informed by centuries of design ingenuity.
The Social Space at the 2023 INDE.Awards recognises best design, innovation and creativity on every level and Capral, the supporter of this category, is leading the way, taking us all to a more sustainable future.
“My worry is that when we talk about ESG, we’re often referring to the need to better care for the planet, for outdoor environments. But what about the indoors?” In this exclusive Q&A with UNStudio’s Ben van Berkel, he puts a new lens on ESG, and talks about designing STH BNK By Beulah with Cox.
From innovative architectural material solutions, to colourful works seeking solutions for the future, and playful metaphors for the issues of today. We deep dive into the creatives starting new conversations around sustainability.
How does an architect move into professional practice without losing the inspirations found during their student days? Timothy Alouani-Roby met with Alex Symes in Sydney’s inner west for a chat about how the award-winning architect has kept passion at the heart of practice.