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Artichoke, December 2018

Artichoke, December 2018

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Artichoke issue 65.
Preview | Cassie Hansen | 13 Nov 2018

Artichoke 65 preview

An introduction to the December 2018 issue.

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Shobosho by Crafty Design
Award | 13 Nov 2018

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Identity Design

Shobosho by Crafty Design.

Bentwood Cafe by Ritz and Ghougassian.
Award | 13 Nov 2018

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Cafe Design

Bentwood Cafe by Ritz and Ghougassian.

Chandon Australia by Foolscap Studio.
Award | 13 Nov 2018

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Retail Design

Chandon Australia by Foolscap Studio.

Pop Inn by Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn Architects.
Award | 13 Nov 2018

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Installation Design

Pop Inn by Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn Architects.

Malt and Juniper by Sans-Arc Studio.
Award | 13 Nov 2018

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Bar Design

Malt and Juniper by Sans-Arc Studio.

Above Board by Chris James Studio.
Award | 13 Nov 2018

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards: Commendations

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards: Commendations.

Ishizuka by Russell and George.
Award | 13 Nov 2018

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Restaurant Design

Ishizuka by Russell and George.

Brae Restaurant Accommodation by Six Degrees Architects.
Award | 13 Nov 2018

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Hotel Design

Brae Restaurant Accommodation by Six Degrees Architects.

Cookie by Phillip Schemnitz Architect.
Award | 13 Nov 2018

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards: Hall of Fame

Cookie by Phillip Schemnitz Architect.

Cookie by Phillip Schemnitz Architect.
Review | 6 Dec 2018

‘Magic at work’: Cookie’s architect on its enduring design

Phillip Schemnitz, who has designed some of Melbourne’s most-treasured restaurants, bars and nightclubs, reflects on his career and the people who have defined it.

Reflecting the honesty inherit in Brutalist design , an exposed ceiling grid defines the public spaces.
Projects | Rebecca Gross | 5 Mar 2019

Evocative and engaging: Town Hall House

In an iconic Brutalist building in Sydney, Smart Design Studio has designed a workplace for City of Sydney staff that allows them to engage with visitors and breaks down barriers.

The archives are positioned so that visitors can engage directly with the racking system. Artwork (clockwise from left): Tuppy Goodwin, Christian Thompson, Charlie Tararu Tjungurrayi and Lisa Wolfgramm.
Projects | Marcus Baumgart | 4 Mar 2019

Judicious editing: Artbank

Edition Office’s skilful reworking of the Artbank premises in Melbourne’s Collingwood highlights the practice’s “judicious editing of intention.”