Trevor Mein is an extensively published, Melbourne-based photographer. Shoots for major designers, corporations and journals, and is extensively published. He is trained in fashion design and architecture.
Trevor Mein's Latest contributions
The State Library of Victoria, the world’s fourth-most popular, has reopened after years-long redevelopment revealing historic spaces hidden for decades.
Infrastructure – roads, rail and power supplies – is the lifeblood of our urban existence. Kim Crestani explores the expanding role of the architect in the physical, organizational structures and facilities that support our way of life.
The new home of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music is a sensuous architectural vessel that supports musical learning as it mediates between performer, audience and city.
For people of faith, religious buildings are tangible places in which to contemplate a transcendent being. Ursula de Jong examines how universal ideas of divinity, togetherness and worship are expressed in historic and contemporary architecture.
Each year the Work Place / Work Life forum explores the seismic shifts happening in workplace design throughout Australia and abroad – from technological disruption to the rise of the sharing economy.
Announced on 23 August, the shortlist for the 2019 Eat Drink Design Awards includes 35 projects for Best Restaurant Design.
Announced on 23 August, the shortlist for the 2019 Eat Drink Design Awards includes six projects for Best Retail Design:
Fifty-two entries have been shortlisted in the 2019 edition of the Australian Urban Design Awards.
The Victorian Government has proposed a number of possible additions to its apartment design guide, with a focus on the way new developments relate to the existing environment.