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Artichoke, December 2012

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iDesign: The evolution of the designer
Practice | Oliver Kratzer | 8 May 2013

iDesign: The evolution of the designer

Oliver Kratzer’s introduction to Artichoke 41 (December 2012).

Scope

Oak pendant light by Ross Gardam.
Product | 1 Dec 2012

Oak pendant light

An timber pendant light by Ross Gardam.

Cubus sideboard system by Team 7.
Product | 2 Jul 2013

Cubus sideboard

A timber sideboard by Team 7.

ST35HN stool in Dusty Pink and ST35LN stool in Minty and Lime Yellow.
Product | 24 Jul 2013

Stanley stool

A stool made from reclaimed timber by Jardan.

Speakers (from left): Ewen McDonald, Jennifer Turpin and Philip Vivian.
Review | Philip Vivian | 1 Nov 2012

Artichoke Night School No. 8: Art and interiors

Ewen McDonald, Jennifer Turpin and Philip Vivian on the integration of art and interior design.

Workplace

Front entry and library. Artwork: Bevan Honey.
Projects | Lynn Churchill | 8 Apr 2013

Coda Studio

Coda Studio’s Fremantle workspace is a little bohemian and raw, and every bit the thrill.

The offers a wide variety of work settings.
Projects | Marcus Baumgart | 12 Jun 2013

Hub Melbourne

An office by Hassell with spaces designed to be bustling, relaxed and easily adapted.

The art collection: (L–R) Clifton Mack, Dawsons Well 1, 2011; and Tim Johnson’s, Lakota, 1989; Platte River, 1989; Red Mt Meru, 2000; and Justine.
Projects | Niki Kalms | 15 Jul 2013

Allens Linklaters

BVN Architecture’s finely balanced fitout for legal practice Allens Linklaters.

The future of workplace design – Hub Melbourne by Hassell.
Discourse | Steve Coster | 15 Jul 2013

Workplaces of the future

It seems “the future of work” might have finally, and suddenly, arrived.

More articles

Bars and facilities are pushed to the edge of the foyer space.
Projects | Paul Walker | 8 Mar 2013

Hamer Hall

ARM’s revision of Melbourne’s monumental Hamer Hall, reviewed by Paul Walker for Artichoke.

The dining area.
Projects | Mark Scruby | 26 Feb 2013

Saké Restaurant & Bar

Luchetti Krelle creates the fitout for a Sydney restaurant, along Melbourne’s Southbank Promenade.

Trocadero’s signature mural is by the Japanese artist Jun Inoue.
Projects | Mark Scruby | 29 Apr 2013

Trocadero

A classic riverside restaurant by Allan Powell Architects at Melbourne’s reborn Hamer Hall.

The Apollo.
Award | 24 Oct 2012

2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards: Best Restaurant Design

Joint winner — The Apollo

The Spice Temple Melbourne.
Award | 24 Oct 2012

2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards: Best Restaurant Design

Joint winner — The Spice Temple Melbourne

Inside the Baker D. Chirico in Carlton, Victoria.
Award | 24 Oct 2012

2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards: Best Visual Identity Design

Joint winner — Baker D. Chirico

Bishop of Ostia by Figureground Architecture.
Award | 24 Oct 2012

2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards High Commendations – Best Bar Design

Highly commended bars at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.

Bridge Room by Tobias Partners.
Award | 24 Oct 2012

2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards High Commendations – Best Restaurant Design

Highly commended restaurants at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.

Fisher & Paykel – The Social Kitchen 2012 by Alt Group.
Award | 24 Oct 2012

2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards High Commendations – Best Temporary Design

Highly commended temporary designs at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.

Corner Store Cafe by Richards & Spence.
Award | 24 Oct 2012

2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards High Commendations – Best Cafe Design

Highly commended cafes at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.

Ladro Greville by Langtry Kierce.
Award | 24 Oct 2012

2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards High Commendations – Best Visual Identity Design

Highly commended visual identity design at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.

Albert St Food & Wine by Fiona Drago Architect.
Award | 24 Oct 2012

2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards High Commendations – Best Retail Design

Highly commended retail at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.

Jimmy Watson’s Wine Bar.

2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards: Hall of Fame

Jimmy Watson’s Wine Bar by Robin Boyd and Frederick Romberg

Meeting and work spaces are open to encourage “instant immersion.”
Projects | Freya Lombardo | 9 May 2013

Woods Bagot studio, Sydney

A more liveable work space in tune with a more flexible modern work force.