Ben Hewett talks to Timothy Moore about solving big-picture problems of the built environment.
Canadian architect and artist Philip Beesley talks to Timothy Moore about architecture that responds to setting.
A conversation from the 2013 Urban Issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
After working internationally, two Australian architects find a home at Hassell.
Madrid-based architecture duo Iñaki Ábalos and Renata Sentkiewicz talk to Rachel Hurst.
Spanish architect Francisco Mangado talks with David Neustein in Sydney.
Pritzker Prize-winner Wang Shu talks to Helen Norrie about his quiet revolution in China.
The architect behind Monash University’s new school of music talks to Michael Roper.
Retail and hospitality design specialist Mark Landini talks about running a small studio.
Architect Paul Porjazoski and Architecture Australia editor Timothy Moore talk to residents at Living Places.
Anna Tweeddale talks with Netherlands-based UNStudio co-director Caroline Bos.
Joel Sanders and Timothy Moore discuss landscape and man-made dualisms in architecture.
Interior designers Olivia Shih and Yoshihito Kashiwagi are Facet Studio, based in Sydney and Osaka.
Architect Lawrence Nield speaks to Peter Salhani about transport trouble spots.
Finding a balance between economics and design: how architects can shape market forces.
Melanie Dodd interviewed by Rory Hyde.
While in Singapore for the launch of the new Space Asia Hub, Marcel Wanders talked about design, life and Moooi.
Boontje talks about how sewing and embroidery inspired his chair, stool and light for Moroso – Stitched.
Chilean landscape architect Teresa Moller speaks with Claire Martin about the philosophy behind her work.
Experimental with forms and materials, these Brazilian designers owe much to their collaboration with Edra.
Melbourne architect and TV presenter Peter Maddison talks about his involvement in the Dulux Colour Awards jury for 2012.
What makes the work of Spanish designer Jaime Hayón so distinctive? We posit some theories after meeting him in Milan.
Artichoke editor Penny Craswell and photographer Richard Glover talk architecture and design on ABC radio.
Clive Wilkinson’s interiors have helped to define a twenty-first-century style of workplace.
Rachel Hurst caught up with Juhani Pallasmaa at the 2011 National Architecture Conference Natural Artifice.
Working across a range of products and materials, British designer Benjamin Hubert was prolific at the 2011 Milan Furniture Fair.
Charles Holland of FAT talks with Timothy Moore on the radical impulse of post-modernism.
Timothy Moore asks Gerard Reinmuth about Terroir, the strategic design of a university studio, and competitions in Denmark.
Stuart Harrison talks to Sir Peter Cook at Unlimited: Designing for the Asia Pacific in Brisbane, 2010.
What makes a design studio tick? We ask Melbourne-based product designer Kate Stokes, also known as Coco Flip.
What makes a design studio tick? We ask Ninotschka Titchkosky of BVN Architecture’s Melbourne office.
Internationally renowned Melbourne designer Ross Didier creates pieces for some of the world’s biggest furniture manufacturers.
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