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Women architects debate on changes needed in architecture

The University of Sydney in collaboration with Parlour Inc will host a panel of four powerhouse women architects for a robust debate on changes needed in architecture to create a more equitable and sustainable profession in the future

DESIGN HUNTER® Q&A: Liz Watson

Liz Watson is one half of Everingham + Watson, a design retailer offering a bespoke range of homewares and giftware imbued with a unique take on Australiana.

Announcing the speakers of our Habitus LiveLife Design Hunter® Conversations

Drum roll please! Here are the speakers of our Habitus LiveLife Design Hunter® Conversations for 2015. Tickets are limited so don't delay and secure your ticket before they sell out.

Hear Julie Paterson in conversation at ClothBound & Beyond

Australian Design Centre will host an intimate conversation with Australian designer and author Julie Paterson, August 10.

LiveLife Design Hunter Series tickets on sale!

LiveLife Design Hunter Series is a unique conversation series that explores living in design, running as part of Sydney Indesign 2015, 13–15 August

A.P.C. opens in Sydney

Following the opening of the first A.P.C. store in Melbourne last year, this July sees the opening of the French ready-to-wear brand's second store in Sydney

Shiawase Banana for Unifrutti Japan transforms the humble banana

Nendo has come up with a unique design to properly showcase the Japanese Shiawase Banana

The Skewed House combats urban density and nature’s forces

The Skewed House by LIJO.RENY.architects showcases an evocative space that reflects the inherent flux in nature and urbanity.

Artbank’s exhibition Visible Storage reveals extraordinary collection

Artbank has unveiled a brand new exhibition that reveals the breadth of its collection, which currently stands as the largest body of contemporary Australian work across painting, sculpture and photography, second only to the National Gallery of Australia (NGA).

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Parlour Inc presents Portraits of Practice: At Work in Architecture

Parlour Inc, a not-for-profit organisation that promotes gender equity in the architecture industry, will hold its first Sydney event at the University of Sydney next month

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Committed to Collaboration

85% of Geberit's products are behind the wall and they are a technically minded company. But they also recognise the value in aesthetics. This is why Geberit is entirely committed to their design collaborations; function must look good.

Increase your thermal efficiency with Brightgreen’s Surface Series

By shining a light on the extra load recessed LEDs put on temperature control systems, Melbourne-based premium LED company Brightgreen presents a whole new way of thinking about LED efficiency.

The world’s top design brands and best international products launching in Sydney

The best design our international industry has to offer is about to hit Sydney!

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Kristalia Launches Sharky by Neuland Design

A contemporary design by nature, Sharky features an extremely thin profile, giving it a clean and delicate form.

Five minutes with Stephen Burton, Creative Director of POMO

We chat to Stephen Burton, Creative Director of POMO about their Sunshine Coast studio.

The Design Files Inaugural Annual Fundraiser raises funds for Melbourne’s Asylum Seeker Resource Centre

The Design Files is hosting its first dedicated charity fundraiser event, a special exhibition of original artwork by 28 respected Australian artists running from 25–31 July

XO Chair by Workshopped combines classic proportions and contemporary lines

Rye Dunsmuir's XO Chair by Workshopped combines classic proportions, contemporary lines and age-old processes to ensure sustainability through longevity.

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