Kerstin Thompson Architects’ work at Bundanon recently marked its one-year anniversary. With Thompson having recently been awarded the AIA Gold Medal, it’s a fitting time for a mini-retrospective, continued here in this second part.
Sitting lightly in the landscape overlooking the Gippsland lakes, about half way along the eastern coast of Victoria, Metung Hot Springs takes full advantage of the unique geographical connection between the mountains and sea at the confluence of three alpine rivers.
Luis De Oliveira of furniture makers De La Espada recently visited Sydney ahead of the opening of the new Winnings flagship showroom. We took an exclusive tour of the new space and spoke to the Portuguese designer about his passion for timber furniture.
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.
With touches of Australian architectural vernacular, Luchetti Krelle has created a rustically charming winery experience fit for today. The design stuns from the inside and out.
With a focus on selective usage and natural regeneration, hardwood forests in the US are being managed sustainably. See how this combines with the knowledge of designers to make timber a sustainable and sophisticated choice.
Timber flooring specialist Tongue & Groove launches a new identity and resources to support Australian architects and designers. Here’s what clients, consumers and architects can expect.
The American Hardwood Export Council and Tom Fereday recently launched External Review – a reflection of the Cove Lounge’s design process, from start to finish.
American hardwood may just be the answer to our timber shortage woes, and our stringent sustainability requirements. The American Hardwood Export Council provides indispensable insight into the topic.
In a new exhibition at St. Vincents in Belgium, Studio Cober will showcase a series of pieces that present as artistic expressions of fibreglass and resin.
Acoustic Timber from Autex Acoustics® bridges the gap for a Group 1 fire-rated, carbon neutral acoustic solution.