In case you missed it – though we’re not sure how you could have – Sydneysiders and the design community have vehemently rallied in support of Louise Herron, CEO of the Sydney Opera House, and her efforts to protect the integrity of Australia’s most iconic piece of architecture.
A child of the left wing intelligentsia, Penelope Seidler was never just the wife of one of Australia’s most notable architects. We visit her at the home she and Harry designed.
Sydney-born Carl Pickering is one half of Rome practice, Lazzarini Pickering Architetti with his partner of 35 years, Claudio Lazzarini. Frequently spotted around the Eastern Suburbs, we recently caught up with the man behind the iconic Bondi Icebergs restaurant.
One of only 10 global practices shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival Awards to be presented in Berlin next month, we catch up with the Principal of Carr Design Group as she gets set to pack her bags for the long haul to the German capital.
Picked from the pages of the latest issue, welcome to the very first Habitus Family Album. Stephen Todd has collected highly personal, never before seen, photographs of some of the region’s most acclaimed architects and designers. Each photo captures a moment in time that had an influential effect on their resulting careers. How many of our industry’s icons can you recognise without the key?