A passionate advocate for Australian design, pioneering interior designer Keera Le Lievre has passed away.
Born Roelof Heins on 18 May, 1936 in Palembang in Indonesia to Dutch parents, Rolf Heins made a remarkable impact on interior design practice in Australia.
Architect Howard Tanner remembers the late Enrico Taglietti, who brought a European sophistication and sensibility to the national capital.
Don Watson remembers the life and work of Queensland architect Geoffrey Pie, who passed away on New Year’s Eve.
Architect and urban designer Christopher Procter was blessed with a “perfect cocktail of humility, humour, intelligence, energy and empathy.”
In remembrance one of New Zealand’s most quietly influential architects.
James Colman remembers Australian architectural educator Norman Edwards who left his mark on young architects all over the world.
Brian Smyth, the Australian designer of the Valiant Charger for Chrysler Australia, died in Adelaide in January 2018, aged 86.
Philip Goad remembers the life of “one of Melbourne’s great architectural figures” – architect and writer Neil Clerehan, who passed away on 10 November 2017.
Cameron Lyon, a director of Melbourne-based practice Lyons Architecture, has passed away.
Stuart Harrison remembers architect Nick Searle of Searle x Waldron.
Joanne Cys remembers interior designer and former DIA national president Madeline Lester.
Geoff Fitzpatrick pays tribute to celebrated industrial designer and influential educator Kjell Grant.
The architecture community farewells Matthew Si, an architect at Woods Bagot who died in the Bourke Street tragedy in Melbourne.
Deidre Brown honours the life and work of internationally renowned New Zealand architect Rewi Thompson.
Melbourne-based interior designer William Le Lievre was a passionate advocate for design in Australia.
Phil Harris remembers Paul Pholeros, founding director of Healthabitat and a driving force behind a number of seminal guides for housing construction in remote Australia.
Romaldo Giurgola, architect of Parliament House in Canberra, played a seminal role in nation-building, making an outstanding contribution to Australia’s architectural heritage.
Conrad Hamann remembers Peter Corrigan, an influential architect and educator who was a fulcrum in the 1970s to 1990s transformation in Australian architecture.
John Morphett brought the teachings of Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus movement to Australia and helped build Hassell into a collaborative, multidisciplinary design practices.