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Explore the radical new organisation strategy which accommodates for the hybrid future of work.
The workplace has changed – and it will continue to evolve. With dynamism at the heart of clients’ requirements, architects and designers at leading practices such as Elenberg Fraser are using and recommending Herman Miller’s OE1 products for the future workplace.
Australia’s leading producer of solid-engineered oak flooring has recently launched a new suite of innovative resources to support creativity and ambition in the architecture and design community.
In Hong Kong, Bean Buro rejuvenated common areas of a trendy AMP shopping mall to appeal to its social media savvy habitués.
In a prime location in Alexandria surrounded by established brands, spaces are currently available for a variety of business purposes.
Just in time for that moment when most of us start thinking about Christmas shopping – Supa Centa Moore Park are holding a VIP Shopping Night this Thursday 8 December. There’ll be drinks, nibbles and music to make the late-night shopping experience festive. VIPs will enjoy exclusive discounts and special deals on the night, as […]
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Signed by the AACA, the UK’s ARB and the NZRAB, this landmark agreement will help architects register and study across the three countries.
BSPN has restored Fewings Building’s Queenslander vernacular, recapturing its former glory while bringing it well and truly into the 21st century.
Voom has it all with superb design, comfort and functionality. A new collection from uber Australian designer Adam Goodrum for Tait is launched and outside living will never be the same again.
Timothy Alouani-Roby met with Richard Francis-Jones of fjcstudio (formerly fjmtstudio) to discuss his timely, provocative and, quite frankly, necessary book on architecture. In this first part of the book review, we consider the alienation and commodification of the profession, as well as its place in society.