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Cornering the inner city design scene with Boffi | DePadova

Cornering the inner city design scene with Boffi | DePadova

With a diverse product range stretching across kitchen, bathroom and furniture systems, the Italian masters have opened a new showroom in a hot pocket of Sydney design. Welcome to Boffi | DePadova, Surry Hills-style.

Wine, books and spectacular hearths in the heart of the Southern Highlands

Wine, books and spectacular hearths in the heart of the Southern Highlands

Architect and textile artist Natalie Miller has an ongoing relationship with Bendooley Estate. At this rich, layered site, the elegant cellar door is only the latest addition with more accommodation and other facilities planned.

Telling the story of storytelling at White Rabbit Gallery

Telling the story of storytelling at White Rabbit Gallery

Taking the art of storytelling as his starting point, curator David Williams has drawn together works from Judith Neilson’s private collection for the latest exhibition at White Rabbit Gallery. Shuo Shu runs until May 14th.

Premium German brand launches in Australia

Premium German brand launches in Australia

One of Europe’s leading manufacturers in contract furniture is now available Down Under.

Bara Bridge: The gateway with the swollen belly of an eel

Bara Bridge: The gateway with the swollen belly of an eel

Linking the nearby light rail with Centennial Park, Sam Crawford Architects has designed a symbolically rich bridge that is also striking in form and materiality. It draws on Indigenous history and architectural archetypes to sit with natural ease on the site.

On a roll: Make is on the march across Sydney

On a roll: Make is on the march across Sydney

Not content with recent awards for Brookfield Place in Sydney and 80 Charlotte Street in London, this employee-owned practice is on a competition winning streak.

“Cultural artefacts that seem to have floated up from the bottom of the harbour”

“Cultural artefacts that seem to have floated up from the bottom of the harbour”

As part of this year’s Sydney Festival, a major public artwork by Brenda L. Croft is unveiled along the Barangaroo waterfront. At once thoughtful and bold, ‘Naabami (thou shall/will see): Barangaroo (army of me)’ highlights First Nations women and girls.

How Indigenous designer Bernadette Hardy is bringing Country into spaces

How Indigenous designer Bernadette Hardy is bringing Country into spaces

“Design and architecture have that ability to change human behaviour, but it is coming from Country and guiding us, not being guided by the human-centric design,” says Bernadette Hardy. Read more from this exclusive interview, first published in Forbes Australia.

This exhibition by Do Ho Suh will change your whole perspective

This exhibition by Do Ho Suh will change your whole perspective

Looking for an exhibition to visit in Sydney these Christmas holidays? Do Ho Suh’s major new survey at Sydney’s MCA is extraordinary, writes Gillian Serisier.

Sam Crawford Architects and the fire-ravaged puzzle of Parramatta Park

Sam Crawford Architects and the fire-ravaged puzzle of Parramatta Park

In 2016, a fire destroyed a cafe in Sydney’s Parramatta Park. With a sensitive touch, both materially and historically, the architects have brought new life to the site by designing a pavilion that respects what was there before.

Competition news: Opportunity to design Sydney Harbour Park with Infrastructure NSW

Competition news: Opportunity to design Sydney Harbour Park with Infrastructure NSW

Plans for Sydney’s next great public space are underway, opening a rare opportunity for design teams to answer the call to design a 1.85-hectare Harbour Park that will sit at the heart of Barangaroo, right on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour.

“Designing our future”: Mapping a process of self-reflection with Tzannes

“Designing our future”: Mapping a process of self-reflection with Tzannes

Sydney architecture studio Tzannes is launching its new website. What began as an exercise in arranging a portfolio of award-winning work has evolved into a profound process of self-reflection as the practice readies itself for a multigenerational future.