Review | An exhibition at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum looks beyond the gimmicks of 3D printing to investigate how various types of digital manufacturing will shape future design possibilities.
News | Folk Architects has turned a former watchmaker’s shop into a satellite exhibition space for Melbourne Design Week.
News | The National Gallery of Victoria has launched the NGV Triennial, an ambitious global exhibition of art, design and architecture.
News | Three Melbourne architecture firms design sets for an exhibition at RMIT Design Hub celebrating the legacy of a progressive collective that helped establish fashion as an area of artistic expression.
Review | Elizabeth Farrelly considers the efficacy of Exit, an installation on show in Sydney that explores how human displacement is impacted by political, economic and environmental factors.
Review | The recent Occupied exhibition at RMIT University’s Design Hub speculated on the spatial and material challenges facing cities.
News | An immersive installation designed by Diller Scofidio and Renfro visualizes how contemporary political, economic and environmental factors have had an unprecedented impact on human migration.
Review | Showing at Bendigo Art Gallery, an exhibition designed by Wonder presents Australian fashion designer Toni Maticevski’s wonderland of experimentation, colour, creativity and beauty.
Review | Suzie Attiwill reviews Sitelines, a recent exhibition of spatial and interactive artworks by Natasha Johns-Messenger on show at Heide Museum of Modern Art.
Products | The third edition of Cult’s annual Chairity Project has seen 16 creatives reinvent a “future classic” – the Officina chair, designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Magis.
News | The upcoming Sydney Living Museums exhibition, Demolished Sydney, recalls some of the most significant demolitions of the past 200 years.
News | Shigeru Ban’s paper tube disaster relief structures will be exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from March to July in 2017.
News | Architecture and interior design students from the University of Tasmania have created a series of hotels for Tasmania’s furry and feathered friends.