The Pritzker Award winning Japanese architect of radical emergency housing is in Sydney this weekend to open a retrospective of his ground-breaking work.
Heritage architects with an eye to the future, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer are reshaping the urbanscape of Sydney.
Rapidly gaining recognition from Ankara to New York City, Australian–Pakistani artist Mehwish Iqbal’s first solo show includes textiles, sculpture and printmaking.
Educator, agitator, architect with a social conscience, Melonie Bayl-Smith is the founder and principal of Bijl Architecture and an adjunct professor at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Radical Melbourne development group, Neometro was founded by Jeff Provan in 1985. James Tutton joined Neometro as a director seven years ago, adding mindfulness to an already heady mix.
In a bid to shift the residential landscape of Perth, one company is breaking the barriers between architects and builders with a refreshing and much needed approach to design.
The maestro of modern Australian dining, Maurice Terzini's Bondi Icebergs set the bar high when it opened 15 years ago. With the launch of Da Maria in Bali, Terzini has become an export brand.
The founder and director of Melbourne's Foolscap studio is developing a new market sector she calls "social spaces". And her practice across state lines is further breaking down accepted notions of Australian architecture and design.
Details of the British-Iraqi architect’s will have been released, with controversial ZHA director Patrik Schumacher gifted £500,000 as the sole beneficiary outside her family.
After a decade at the helm of Sydney’s Object Gallery, for the past seven years Brian has been pumping up the Jam as the Chief Executive of Jam Factory, Adelaide. Stephen Todd investigates.
Looking for smart bespoke furniture, Melbourne-based co-director of Branch Studio Architects decided to make his own.