Still on a rant about cheap coffee tables, Joanne Gambale looks at the fantasy and the feasibility of a handcrafted home.
More than 400 projects, people, products and ideas were submitted this year for the inaugural INDE.Awards, demonstrating the strength and prowess of architects and designers across the Asia Pacific. Want to see who made history?
As the year of celebrations for B&B’s 50th comes to an end, they have now released to the public the fascinating documentary divulging the company’s enigmatic history.
To what heights will the piles of cheap furniture in our landfills have to scale before it all comes tumbling down? In the first of a four-part series on ‘stuff’, Joanne Gambale weighs up three-legged tables against antique lightbulbs and has a few lightbulb moments of her own along the way.
Stephen Todd was our feet on the ground this year at the Milan Salone del Mobile. Here’s his take on the global A+D community’s most famed design fair.
Change is in with air, but is the future of residential design looking bright?
The urbanite’s thirst for art and design is being quenched by a wave of new works for the public’s consumption, and a review of public art laws could take them from ephemeral to future-proof.
Taking a modular approach to architecture, Marcus Browne has developed 'mishack', and in doing so, is providing the benefits of architect-designed homes at a more affordable cost.
From Modernism to McMansionism: Why do our suburbs look the way that they do?
Minimal doesn’t necessarily mean less – or denigrating the idea of more. Here, as David Harrison suggests, it is simply asking us to live a life with more quality.
The 2016 edition of the Hong Kong art fair saw the city come alive as gallerists, collectors and art lovers flocked in for a jam-packed week filled with big-name and emerging artists, events, discussions and much more.
Increasingly, nature and greenery will play an important role in building our future cities as we grapple with rising urban density while addressing issues of health, wellbeing and sustainability. Linsey Rendell explores living infrastructure locally.