Sir David Adjaye speaks to Justine Harvey about how architecture can contribute to an understanding of history and social justice.
With an appreciation of vastness, infinite variety and our temporary occupation of land, each residential project by Phorm Architecture and Design has a deep connection to its site.
With a solid technical grounding and a “brilliant nuance in mixing old and new,” Eva-Marie Prineas creates generous and pertinent projects with authenticity.
A look at the recent built projects of Melbourne studio Edwards Moore reveals a delightful body of work underpinned by conceptual rigour, spatial complexity and a “cheeky tilt.”
Rosevear Stephenson Architects carefully stitches together the qualities of the site and the desires of the client to create honest and elemental houses.
Jacob van Rijs, Dutch architect and founder of MVRDV, discusses his Market Hall project in Rotterdam.
Furniture design graduates David Houbaer and Alec Balcombe launched Dhab Studios.
James Grose and Brian Donovan on the merging of their acclaimed architectural practices.
Houses profiles the singular, steely residential work of architect Sean Godsell.
Peter Besley talks about his small London practice and its competition-wining design for Iraq’s parliament complex.
The Sydney-based practice making a mark for tactile and engaging residential projects.
In a tribute to the great Australian ceramic artist, who died in July 2013, we revisit an Artichoke review.
Each residential project by NMBW Architecture Studio turns the ordinary into something special.
From his NSW Central Coast studio, David Boyle Architect designs playful, individual houses that celebrate domestic life.
The Bendigo-based practice of Liesl Malan Landscape Architects has a strong connection to community.
Industrial designer Henry Wilson takes the high ground on designing in a consumerist world.
Expression of scale, compactness and flexible space characterize the residential work of this Sydney practice.
Fiona Robbé Landscape Architects designs for the next generation, specializing in creating inclusive, accessible and sustainable modern play environments
Furniture designer Keith Melbourne draws on the tenets of his former profession to create a form of “artistic engineering.”
For over twenty years, WA firm Blackwell and Associates has aimed to create work with “a greater authenticity to a place.”