Tag: Melbourne Design Week 2017

Watchmaker by Folk Architects.
News | Patrick Hunn | 21 Mar 2017

Folk Architects revives Melbourne shop as exhibition space

Folk Architects has turned a former watchmaker’s shop into a satellite exhibition space for Melbourne Design Week.

Koos de Keijzer.
People | Patrick Hunn | 17 Mar 2017

Going Dutch: Koos de Keijzer on the design values of The Netherlands

Ahead of a Melbourne talk on Dutch design values, Koos de Keijzer discusses the particular lessons Australia can learn from The Netherlands’ approach to participatory urban design.

The House Talks Back: Fooks Exhibition and Open House. Pictured: Ernest Fooks in his study at 32 Howitt Road, 1967.
News | Linda Cheng | 21 Feb 2017

Editors’ picks: Architecture highlights of Melbourne Design Week 2017

ArchitectureAU’s selection of must-see architecture events, including a comedy show Robin Boyd would have loved and a salon des refus├ęs of the 2016 NGV Architecture Commission entries.

Creating the Contemporary Chair. Pictured Ghost chair by Cini Boeri and Tomu Katayanagi for Fiam.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 21 Feb 2017

Editors’ picks: Design highlights of Melbourne Design Week 2017

ArchitectureAU’s selection of unmissable design events at the 2017 Melbourne Design Week, including an analogue 3D printing project and iconic Australian innovations.

Robin Would Have Loved That: Man About The House. Pictured: Walsh Street House by Robin Boyd
News | Linda Cheng | 21 Feb 2017

Melbourne Design Week 2017 program launched

The Victorian government has unveiled the 10-day-long program of events for Melbourne Design Week 2017.