Melbourne architects Bellemo & Cat turn a stack of discarded chairs into a spiralling art piece.
A moment’s reflection on landscape by 2013 Gold Medallist Peter Wilson.
Lucy Marczyk of Nexus gives the interior designer’s rap on the Milan Furniture Fair.
Penny Craswell reports on her final day in Milan, spent at the Zona Tortona.
Penny Craswell visits the courtyard gardens of Spazio Rossana Orlandi and 10 Corso Como, and Brera design district.
Penny Craswell reports on day two of the 2013 Milan Furniture Fair from the new Rho Pero fairgrounds.
Penny Craswell reports from Milan 2013 on Tom Dixon’s MOST series of exhibitions.
Federico Monsalve visits the Lollipop House by Moon Hoon in an aspirational concrete suburb of Seoul.
One of Kengo Kuma’s early projects: The Opposite House in Sanlitan Village, Beijing.
Stephen Batey revisits the site of the 1962 housing fair that shaped suburban Sydney.
A string of new suspension bridges are opening along the 84-km New Zealand Cycle Trail.
Urbis intern Julia Schenz rounds up her highlights from Stockholm Design Week 2013.
Photographer Brett Boardman reflects on his experience shooting Andrew Burns’s opus.
Tommy Honey visits a tiny tree-house-inspired dwelling by Sou Fujimoto Architects.
Winners of the 2012 SuperStudio competition took their little pad of pencils to the streets of Venice for the Biennale.
At a farmhouse north of Sydney, architect Eoghan Lewis builds a plywood table and chair for his daughter Elsie.
The Harry Seidler travelling exhibition opens in Sofia, Bulgaria.
A curious showcase by Herzog and de Meuron, for the Vitra residential furniture collection in Germany.
A student project by Chris Mullaney: rethinking a backyard chicken coup in the town of Stroud, NSW.
Pages from David Holm’s sketchbook at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Jennifer McMaster delves into the common ground of the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale.
In the 2012 World Design Capital of Helsinki, Jennifer McMaster reflects on the Kamppi Chapel of Silence.
Professor Andrew Barrie visits northern Japan and reports on the post-tsunami temporary housing by Shigeru Ban.
Lindy Atkin and Stephen Guthrie’s pilgrimage to Peter Zumthor’s Steilneset Memorial in Vardø, Norway.
Peter Wilson reflect on the half-life of an award-winning sheme in Erwitte, Germany.
Shaun Carter’s 2012 Dulux Study Tour of Berlin.
HY William Chan looks into the Thomas Heatherwick exhibition at the 2012 London Design Festival.
Architect Ed Haysom writes about starting a practice in Vietnam’s largest city.
As he flees Barcelona for Mexico, architect Mario Ballesteros pens a flurried postcard.
A postcard from Shaun Carter’s 2012 Dulux Study Tour of Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Cassie Hansen takes a helicopter tour of Melbourne with photographer John Gollings.
Kieran Long, assistant director of the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale, talks to HY William Chan.
A slightly Venice-weary Matthew Pullinger pulls a few reflections together for a parting postcard.
Flash formations talks held over two days of the Vernissage got people talking.
Day two at the Common Ground exhibition, Venice 2012.
Opening day at the Australian Pavilion: Tracey Hau video postcard.
Fifty years as the Biennale’s most beautiful pavilion.
27 August, postcards from the Vernissage.
Russia’s pavilion brings cold war technology to life with digital storyboards.
Australia opens its pavilion at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Photographer Peter Bennetts sends a postcard from the Vernissage.
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