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The proportion of the Australian population aged 65 and is expected to grow even more rapidly between now and 2028,
 as more baby boomers reach the age of 65. Their accommodation requirements mean serious opportunities for architectural practices looking to work in this sector. Over one million people in Australia currently receive aged care services. […]

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Brisbane-based interior design studio Design Poets has created the interiors for Japanese-inspired bar and restaurant Eddy + Wolff. The story behind Eddy + Wolff is an interesting one. Husband and wife duo Thao and Vien Nguyen, the owners of the bar, grew up on Canberra’s Eddy Crescent and Wolff Crescent respectively and it was also where they met as […]

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Not content to design only for the here and now, Hassell’s Xavier De Kestelier, head of Design Technology and Innovation, and his team entered a competition devised by NASA to present a world for life and living on Mars. The entry shows a new way of design thinking for our future and perhaps one day […]

The post Hassell’s vision for a settlement on Mars appeared first on Australian Design Review.

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Architects looking to work with theatre companies need to think outside the black box. Stephen A Russell spoke to three practices embracing dramatic flourish. Hamish Lyon, director of architecture and design at NH Architecture, was thrilled and a little overwhelmed when the practice was appointed to work on the redesign of Arts Centre Melbourne’s (ACM) […]

The post The art of designing a theatre appeared first on Australian Design Review.

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Brand and design consultancy dn&co has created a new wayfinding system for London’s Victoria and Albert (V&A) museum to help visitors navigate the sprawling site. Located in London’s South Kensington, the museum of art, design and performance, welcomes around four million visitors a year. To meet the demands of these visitors — a mix of […]

The post How dn&co designed seven miles of discovery for the V&A appeared first on Australian Design Review.

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An old toy shop in Melbourne’s Brunswick has been given a new lease of life by Technē Architecture + Interior Design. From the use of colour akin to Brunswick Green on the exterior, a community noticeboard at the front and local personalities’ portraits gracing the walls, the new Lobbs café is a destination made for […]

The post Technē transforms old toy shop into ‘people’s’ café appeared first on Australian Design Review.

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Kartell, the iconic Italian family company that has marked the history of design and revolutionised furnishing in the use of plastic materials for over 60 years has partnered up with leading Swiss sanitaryware specialist Laufen, renowned for its innovation and expertise in high-end ceramics, to create a complete bathroom project: Kartell by Laufen. The stunning […]

The post Kartell by Laufen: The perfect emotion in the bathroom appeared first on Australian Design Review.

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The finalists for the 2019 Vivid Design Awards have been announced, with the work of 53 designers in the running for an award.  This year marks the 16th edition of the program, which shines a spotlight on Australia’s up-and-coming furniture, lighting and object designers from across the country. The finalists will exhibit their design prototypes […]

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Linehouse was commissioned by Canadian lifestyle brand Herschel Supply to develop a popup structure for YO’HOOD, a retail trade event in Shanghai of all things streetwear. Architect’s statement Drawing from Herschel’s roots in Vancouver, Canada, an urban centre surrounded by nature, Linehouse took the notion of the urban forest and the kind of dwelling one might find […]

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A suburban optical dispensary is reimagined as an intimate, luxurious ‘dressing room’, as mirrored walls reflect light and deliver spatial illusions in a compact space. As part of the client’s takeover and rebranding of an established local optometrist, the brief to Ricci Bloch was to replace the existing fitout with a more contemporary interior, complementing […]

The post The Eye Piece: a contemporary take on an optometrist appeared first on Australian Design Review.

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