In this second part of a series on Brickworks, we look towards the future. Exciting innovations are taking place, pushing design and material technology in new directions.
To mark its 100th birthday, Brickworks has released a publication, 100 Years of Bowral Bricks, documenting the significant milestones in the rich and diverse history. In this first part of two, we delve into the history of bricks.
How does sustainability and materiality play a role in the design of our homes and the furniture we choose? Melbourne architect Clare Cousins and Great Dane founder Anton Assaad discover their similar outlooks to design, all with the new Ilse Sofa taking centre stage.
Sailom House by Anonym brings three families under one roof, responding to their eclectic combination of hobbies with unique design elements, including a rock climbing wall.
When the residents of a 1950s bungalow faced the ‘move or improve?’ dilemma, they opted for the latter – calling on THOSE Architects to make staying a reality.
In a rarely seen move, Gaurav Roy Choudhury Architects builds a house to its boundaries in order to get the most of nature – but in this case, nature is found inside its four walls.
Working within the constraints of an approved existing addition, Molecule Studio saw the potential of the Winton House and proceeded to bring the 19th Century heritage house into the present century.