David Trubridge’s new book titled, The Other Way, presents the designer, writer and photographer’s journeys to some of the most beautiful places on earth in glorious images and evocative text. Most know Trubridge as a global force in design but through this book another side of the creative is revealed. The love of the land sings clear and sweet through Trubridge’s voice and, as with the siren’s song, once the voice is heard it will transfix.
The newly released book, Queer Spaces, delves into the history of just that – queer spaces – through the voices of many. It’s a new chapter in queer literature, writes Caelan Kaluder.
A new book on Australian architecture responds to Australian architect Robin Boyd’s seminal text, The Australian Ugliness, as it takes a fresh look at the nation’s ‘ugly past’ through a series of critical essays by multiple authors.
The Sunshine Coast Design book suggests four core values in architecture and developments to create responsive design and uphold a placemaking approach on the Sunshine Coast.
Enjoy the journey. That’s what Kara Rosenlund has inscribed on the inside front cover of this very special signed copy of her debut book, Shelter. And how fitting. This book is her journey cross-continent, put together to inspire your own. And inspire it will, as Holly Cunneen finds.