Design and architecture in Asia Pacific are progressing in response to the region’s needs, and so are the INDE.Awards in 2018! The time to enter is now!
The New York Times design critic and columnist Alice Rawsthorn reiterated that design is more than just pretty pictures in her keynote lecture at the inaugural Object Subject conference in Canberra.
London-founded retailer COS, has collaborated with New York-based architecture studio, Snarkitecture to create Loop, an installation open to the public at the Gana Art Center in Seoul, South Korea.
In response to the ever-changing needs of the architecture and design community, FRONT brings us all together to facilitate meaningful conversations, knowledge sharing, and collaboration.
Canberra’s annual celebration of all things design, DESIGN Canberra, is back for 2017, and this year is inspired by the spirit of modernism, and is celebrating creativity, experimentation, and optimism.
Sydney Open returns 4-5th November in celebration of the harbour-side city’s most impressive, awe-inspiring feats of architecture and design. Architects, designers and design purists are set to see the city from a rarely available perspective.
After residencies in London, New York and Singapore, Habitus is proud to help support this groundbreaking event as it takes to Sydney on the 14-15th November, 2017, exploring the rise of the millennial consumer, and the impact for local businesses.
Perhaps the most inclusive and innovative MPavilion program to date is determined to bring design to the people. Introducing a new regional focus as well as dedicated sessions for littlies, parents and older citizens.
The Make Nice Un-Conference For Creative Women was created by Ngaio Parr last year – and returns 22-23 September 2017 – to provide a platform for all female-identifying creatives to communicate, collaborate, and inspire one another.
A dazzling collection of the iconic couturier’s most detailed work, along with select pieces by former creative director Raf Simons, is open to the public at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Parrtjima Festival returns to Alice Springs’ MacDonnell Ranges in 2017 in an exposé of high-tech audio and visuals to convey art from Central Australia’s best.