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Christian Bason.
People | Linda Cheng | 12 Mar 2019

Design thinking and regional cities: Christian Bason

Danish Design Centre CEO Christian Bason on leveraging design thinking and local cultures, skills and capabilities to help regional centres regenerate after industrial decline.

Kengo Kuma.
People | Linda Cheng | 17 Nov 2016

Kengo Kuma on ‘the mother of architectural design’

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma spoke with ArchitectureAU on the values of regionalism, critical writing and the need for architects to be “humble.”

Facet Studio's Doshisya Kyotonabe Chapel, Kyoto, Japan.
People | Yoshihito Kashiwagi and Olivia Shih | 18 Feb 2016

Facet Studio

An interview with architects Olivia Shih and Yoshihito Kashiwagi of Sydney/Osaka-based Facet Studio.

The brains behind the Australian House of the Year 2015, Jesse Bennett and Anne-Marie Campagnolo
People | Urbis Editorial Desk | 4 Aug 2015

Joyful, simple and inspiring: Jesse Bennett and Anne-Marie Campagnolo

The brains behind the Australian House of the Year 2015, Jesse Bennett and Anne-Marie Campagnolo, speak about their career and their labour of love.

Interview: Anton James
People | 27 Jan 2015

Interview: Anton James

Anton James of JMD Design is an accomplished and highly regarded landscape architect and artist with more than twenty years experience in the profession.

Andrew Laidlaw: People and plants
People | 20 Jan 2015

Interview: Andrew Laidlaw

Andrew Laidlaw is a significant figure and has worked on numerous public gardens throughout Victoria and internationally.

Landscape Architect Perry Lethlean of Taylor Cullity Lethlean.
People | Catherin Bull | 11 Nov 2014

Stories of place: Perry Lethlean

Perry Lethlean of Taylor Cullity Lethlean talks to Catherin Bull about narrative, place and the New Civic in contemporary public gardens.

Ask the silly questions: CODA Studio's Emma Williamson
People | Sam Spurr | 30 Oct 2014

Ask the silly questions: Emma Williamson

Emma Williamson of CODA Studio on generosity, humility and architecture’s hidden heroes.

46 Brooklands Gardens in Jaywick, England (2009).
People | Callum Morton | 21 Oct 2014

‘Graveyards are the most legitimate form of public art’: Nathan Coley & Callum Morton in conversation

Callum Morton speaks to British artist Nathan Coley about his practice.

Andrew Burns on culture as a landscape of ideas
People | Sam Spurr | 16 Oct 2014

Andrew Burns on culture as a landscape of ideas

Andrew Burns talks to Sam Spurr about architecture’s role in forming identity.

Kate Cullity: Maker's mark
People | 25 Aug 2014

Kate Cullity: Maker’s mark

Interview with Kate Cullity – landscape architect, environmental artist, head of TCL’s Adelaide office.

Jane Irwin: Hands on
People | 29 Jul 2014

Jane Irwin: Hands on

Landscape architect Jane Irwin talks about her practice and process.

Fumihiko Maki: Designing from the inside out
People | Philip Drew | 15 Apr 2014

Fumihiko Maki: Designing from the inside out

Pritzker Prize Laureate Fumihiko Maki talks with Philip Drew.

Rem Koolhaas: National identity in architecture
People | Andrew Mackenzie | 25 Mar 2014

Rem Koolhaas

Curator of the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale tells Andrew Mackenzie his vision.

Games Night
People | Amy Grey | 18 Feb 2014

Games Night

A fun-filled urban tactic brings Brisbanites back into King George Square.

Lisa Diedrich: European landscape architecture
People | Ricky Ray Ricardo | 9 Jan 2014

Lisa Diedrich: European landscape architecture

Professor Lisa Diedrich speaks with Ricky Ricardo in Melbourne.

In conversation: Peter Wilson and Gerard Reinmuth
People | Gerard Reinmuth | 18 Dec 2013

Peter Wilson and Gerard Reinmuth

Architect Gerard Reinmuth talks with 2013 Gold Medallist Peter Wilson.

COBE
People | Eoghan Lewis | 17 Dec 2013

COBE

Eoghan Lewis talks with Dan Stubbergaard of Denmark’s COBE Architects at the Sydney Opera House.

Johannes Molander Pedersen (left) and Morten Rask Gregersen (right), NORD Architects.
People | Eoghan Lewis | 6 Dec 2013

Nord Architects Copenhagen: “Content-driven”

Morten Gregersen and Johannes Pedersen of Nord Architects Copenhagen talk to Eoghan Lewis in Sydney.

The campus and Reconciliation Place. Questacon is on the right and the NGA view corridor is revealed through the removal of Enid Lyons St.
People | Magdalene Keaney | 19 Nov 2013

Humanities and Science Campus Place: ‘People friendly’

Michael Spackman and Andrew Nimmo on making this civilizing public space.