Updates

The Architecture Symposium Sydney 2019

19 Sep, 2019

The second annual Architecture Symposium in Sydney will bring together Australia’s world-class architects to explore projects that are making “explicit and lyrical” contributions to the public realm. Curated by Laura Harding of Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects and Adam Haddow of SJB, the one-day symposium will see sixteen speakers…

Carriageworks announces artists for SOUTHEAST | Aboriginal Arts Market

15 Sep, 2019

Across the weekend of 9 – 10 November Carriageworks will present SOUTHEAST | Aboriginal Arts Market, curated by Hetti Perkins and Jonathan Jones. Almost doubling in size in 2019, over 60 artists and collectives will present traditional and contemporary practices, showcasing work in a variety of mediums including ceramics, jewellery, weaving, photography, carving,…

Victorian Design Challenge 2020: The E-Waste Challenge

13 Sep, 2019

Creative Victoria and NGV are offering a $20 000 major prize for professionals and $5000 for tertiary students who present the best design idea addressing one of Australia’s fastest growing waste problems – e-waste. As part of Melbourne Design Week, NGV will host the third annual Victorian Design Challenge with…

National Landscape Design Awards 2019 winners

11 Sep, 2019

The exclusive and competitive National Landscape Design Awards were held at Melbourne Museum’s Treetops venue on the 31st of August.  The venue provided the perfect back drop with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out to Carlton Gardens. A significantly large number of entries were submitted this year – the highest on record…

Sydney Architecture Festival announces new Creative Director

9 Sep, 2019

The 13th Sydney Architecture Festival will be a week-long festival running from 11-17 November 2019 under the direction of the newly appointed Creative Director, Dr Barnaby Bennett. This year’s theme is Making. Housing. Affordable. At its core, the practice of architecture is a response to the human need for shelter. The festival…

Fringe Furniture 33

6 Sep, 2019

From the reassuringly practical to the confusingly obtuse, Fringe has seen it all, and this year is no exception. With the launch of Fringe Furniture 33 at the Abbotsford Convent from 12 September – 29 September, visitors can expect a boundary-pushing showcase of cutting-edge design that celebrates our individuality, differences,…