Oliver Kratzer’s introduction to Artichoke 38 as the president of the Design Institute of Australia.
Design events from around Australia.
The latest design products.
While in Singapore for the launch of the new Space Asia Hub, Marcel Wanders talked about design, life and Moooi.
This forum charted the subtle shifts that are changing the way we think, and featured five speakers on and around design.
The Laminex Group 2011 DIA SA Awards celebrated and supported the high achievers in the South Australian design industry.
Food and design was the topic of the sixth Artichoke Night School, held at Space in Brisbane.
An exhibition at the State Library of Victoria explores how modern photography was adopted and flourished in postwar Melbourne.
From exhibitions to trade fairs, from conferences to symposia.
This book by P. Barbera proves that design can trigger an emotive response.
This book contains designs that are so wacky it’s hard to tell if they’re cool or horrible.
This book explores the work of lighting designers and how it changes according to context and culture.
Interior and product designers were awarded in Perth for outstanding creations in professional and student categories.
Mardi Doherty and Fiona Lynch tell us what makes their Melbourne design studio tick.
This workplace by BVN provides connection through two impressive staircases.
As well as being beautiful structures, stairs provide the possibility for serendipitous, unstructured encounters.
Peddle Thorp Architects and James Cubitt Architects transform a university library.
We look at products for creating stunning stairs, and one standout staircase.
Two writers explore the 2011 festival, which included eclectic exhibitions, high-end design and architectural installations.
Built on the flat roof of the Four Seasons, this spa by Eric Parry creates an oasis in the sky with views of London.
From the conceptual to the real world, there is a wealth of emerging talent out there – we cherry pick a few of the best.
A prize awarded to a final-year student in each of the interior design/architecture degree courses in Australia and New Zealand.
With art a major contributor to patients’ ability to heal, we take a look at the positioning of art within hospitals.
This Sydney cafe by Luchetti Krelle for a confectionary king is a nod to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Are Australia’s dining choices any more authentic or sophisticated than they used to be?
Singapore-based architect Michael Fiebrich gives the global Nobu brand a distinctively Western Australian restaurant.
In a pocket of the Melbourne Recital Centre, Six Degrees shapes an intimate restaurant and bar.
The Birdcage marquees at the Melbourne Cup Carnival are carefully orchestrated interiors for the theatre of social exchange.
This Brisbane restaurant by Arkhefield features a stacked, curving timber wall that runs through the centre of the space.
Following a change in licensing laws, Sydney is seeing a range of new bars popping up, with design a key ingredient.
A 150-year-old church in Sydney’s historic quarter, The Rocks, reincarnated as a bar by Woods Bagot.
For Australia’s first Jamie’s Italian, Peck von Hartel has created a richly detailed interior expressing Jamie Oliver’s ethos.