David Karotkin weighs into the debate on multi-residential design standards.
Last weeks for NSW architects and students to apply for this coveted scholarship.
Work Place/Work Life forum presents discussion and debate on workplace design.
Domo presents Living It Large in Small Spaces, a Ligne Roset exhibition curated by Hecker Guthrie.
In a bushland clearing high above the Hunter Valley, a sublime garden by Jane Irwin.
A creative response to heritage drove the design of this Melbourne house by Breathe Architecture.
Elizabeth Farrelly reviews a monograph on Australian architecture practice, Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp.
A monograph on urban transformations by one of Australia’s largest practices, Hayball.
Eleven overseas projects by Australian architects recognized.
Landscape architect Jane Irwin talks about her practice and process.
Reduced forms and tactile appeal are key to the designs of Italian duo Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini.
South African architect Jo Noero speaks with Warwick Mihaly in Perth at Making 2014.
Brisbane design duo Everingham & Watson create and curate a fun collection of everyday textile homewares.
Andrew Nimmo reflects on the gender politics for creative duos starting a practice.
Robert Stent considers the history of multi-residential housing in Victoria’s contemporary, global context.
Robert Martin is drawn to the icy waters of the Kastrup Sea Bath, Copenhagen.
Ben Milbourne reports from the Chicago leg of the 2014 Dulux Study Tour.
Exhibit Interiors introduces two new collections at its new Sydney showroom.
Miele opens its newly refurbished showroom in South Melbourne.
Fisher & Paykel’s head of industrial design, Mark Elmore, talks kitchen trends.
Caroma’s new specifier website brings together all GWA kitchen and bathroom products.