Painting Industry News
Each fair, Maison&Objet shines a light on a new generation of designers from a specific country. For the January 2020 fair, M&O took a look at its homegrown French talent.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen collates her favourite furniture, lighting and object finds from Paris design fair Maison&Objet. On day two, outdoor furniture and confident shapes reined supreme.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen collates her favourite furniture, lighting and object finds from Paris design fair Maison&Objet. On day three, soft curves and enveloping forms were just some of the trends on show.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen collate her favourite furniture, lighting and object finds from Paris design fair Maison&Objet. Here are her picks from day one, with bright colours and geometry a recurrent theme of the day.
Victoria King, a University of Melbourne graduate who won the Royal Institute of British Architects’ prestigious student prize, speaks with ArchitectureAU.
Architecture and arts patron Gene Sherman has received an honorary doctorate from the University of New South Wales for her services to art and design.
In Perth, the Elizabeth Quay precinct has proven popular but its success depends on "unfinished business."
A site at the edge of Sydney Olympic Park, formerly zoned light industrial, will be home to more than 500 apartments.
In responding to the client’s need for a home that caters to a unique family structure, Curious Practice have achieved a fluid and unfussy home that acts as a refuge in more ways than one.
A new school in the regional Victorian city of Shepparton will house students from all four of the city’s existing high schools.
The architectural historian and writer wins a three-month residency in Richard and Su Rogers Architects’ Wimbledon House and a US$10,000 cash prize.
A new initiative has seen a number of Australian architecture practices commit to becoming carbon neutral businesses by the end of 2020.
Can architecture and construction science influence the regional and global climate crisis and provide credible, scientifically sound and ethical solutions?
IF Architecture has taken cues from the history and culture of the Prince of Wales Hotel in Melbourne’s St Kilda to create a new dining experience in the upstairs restaurant.
If smoke is particularly thick or goes on for more than a few days, the ventilaton systems in Australian homes are overwhelmed.