Installation Design shortlist for the 2020 Australian Interior Design Awards.
An installation in Auckland “remind us just how public-spirited and engaging architecture can be.”
The curators of the Tallinn Architecture Biennale challenged each invited participant to create “a conduit for the emotional experience of beauty.”
Australia’s leading artists, designers and creatives have created 44 lavish table settings for a three-day-only exhibition to raise funds for the National Gallery of Victoria.
Leading British designer Lee Broom will present an immersive exhibition for Space Furniture to accompany the release of a new and a series of design talks in Australia and Singapore.
Five installations have been shortlisted in the 2018 Eat Drink Design Awards.
Kengo Kuma and Ryue Nishizawa among international architects to headline Sherman architecture festival
The Sherman Centre for Contemporary Ideas has announced the line-up of architects, artists and thinkers that will present at its inaugural, ten-day festival of architecture-related workshops, talks and film screenings.
Cassandra Chilton of Rush Wright Associates reviews the 2017 NGV Architecture Commission by Retallack Thompson and Other Architects and finds, among other things, the “best place in Melbourne this summer for a warm afternoon snooze.”
Sydney-based emerging practice Trias has been named as the creator of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences’ first Turbine Hall Commission at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney.
Four installations have been shortlisted in the 2017 Eat Drink Design Awards.
Car manufacturer Mini has invited Australian and New Zealand architects to reimagine the family home for a 60-square-metre site in Melbourne’s CBD.
LAVA has collaborated with artist Janet Laurence to create a pavilion that is both a botanical display and an “experiential” space featuring edible flowers and plant extracts.
Mauro Baracco and Louise Wright visited Christo and Jeanne-Claude latest work that stretched across Italy’s picturesque Lake Iseo for two weeks in June 2016.
ArchitectureAU rounds up some of the most noteworthy installations of 2017, which range from the futuristic to the “funtastico.”
A recent installation by artist Lara Tumak, Imaginary Architecture, asked, “is it possible to create architecture out of nothing more than dreams?” As Naomi Stead discovers, the installation offered profound observations about urbanity and architecture’s place in popular imagination.
New York-based architecture practice Snarkitecture has brought its popular The Beach installation to Australia for the Sydney Festival.
The City of Melbourne’s inaugural Public Art Melbourne Biennial Lab has launched, with performances and “activations” on display at the Queen Victoria Market from 17 to 23 October.
An installation for fashion brand Cos by Daniel Emma inspired by the classic white shirt.
Installation Design finalists in the 2016 Australian Interior Design Awards.
Installation Design finalists in the 2015 Australian Interior Design Awards.