A New Normal shows Melbourne how it can transform from a consumer to a producer of energy by 2030, with a strategy that would pay for itself in less than 10 years.
With Melbourne Design Week in full swing, over 300 events, exhibitions, workshops, and panel discussions are taking place throughout the city, online and across Victoria.
From computer science to managing director of Artedomus, Phil Brenton, may have followed an unconventional path yet has become a key figure within the local design industry.
Melbourne Design Week’s prolific satellite program celebrates design as an agent of change, reaffirming Melbourne’s status as a powerhouse of design creativity.
Recognising graduates are faced with an increasingly competitive jobs market, Melbourne School of Design launches a suite of professionally accredited double Masters degrees.
Globally renowned street artist Rone returns to his home ground to paint a mural on the heritage-listed cellar door of Geelong-based Providence Wines.
Stylecraft recently collaborated on the Australian launch of the new Rolls-Royce Ghost, providing a number of local and international furniture pieces for the event.
The Melbourne School of Design’s summer exhibition of graduating students’ work is going online with a virtual exhibition offering an insight into the future of design.
Back Through the Iron Curtain – DPRK: North Korea in Colour, The Extended Series by Dave Kulesza
DPRK: North Korea in Colour, The Extended Series by Dave Kulesza, premiers of the 5th of December at the Fenton & Fenton showroom in Prahran, Melbourne.
John Wardle Architects’ Bushfire Recovering Auction is now running, with proceeds supporting the Biodiversity Recovery Project, established in the wake of last summer’s devastating fires.
This year, Thames & Hudson Australia celebrates 50 years as the country’s leading publisher of illustrated books with five new titles on architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting and landscape.
Rufus Knight’s work today demonstrates the power of that original intuitive impulse that sought to explore and create connections throughout the spectrum of creative modalities.
Living Outside – Reviving the Australian Modernist Garden by Sharon Mackay and Diana Snape
Living Outside sees landscape architects and frequent collaborators Sharon Mackay and Diana Snape take on a new medium, publishing a beautiful collection of contemporary gardens.
From the far corners of Tasmania comes together a curated collection of work by designer-makers who are dedicated to their craft and altogether quintessentially Tasmanian.
Artedomus introduces Active 2.0, an innovative photocatalytic application of titanium dioxide and silver that gives the porcelain anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-odour and self-cleaning properties.