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A pioneer of Australian 20th century design, Derek Wrigley’s life as a practicing architect delivered a significant contribution to the fabric of Australian design.
Reaction to Tone on Tuesday’s column about the late Charlie Watts’ influence on the Rolling Stones graphics was so positive that we’ve got some more album covers for you (instead of the scheduled Feedback Friday).
International design practice Hassell has announced six new principals at their studios in Asia, Australia and the United Kingdom.
GHDWoodhead has appointed Anne Sutherland as Director of Urban Design based in Sydney.
You would have been living under a rock (and roll) not to know that Charlie Watts, drummer with the Rolling Stones died last week, aged 80.
Janet Conrad, the former Head of Architectural Landscape at Conrad Gargett, passed away last week, aged 84.
Australian-based French designer Léo Terrando has left his 14-year post at SJB to start his own boutique design firm, focused on premium luxury interiors.
Over the past six months dwp has also announced new people and new studios in Adelaide, Auckland and Shanghai.
Starting a new studio at any given time is a challenge. The adversities range from logistical to personal, from financial to contractual, in terms of securing projects. But opening a studio in the onset of a pandemic? Near impossible.
GHD has announced that Dean McIntyre has been named the company’s new Executive General Manager for it’s Australian operations.
Hamish McDonald talks to Nigel Howe, Co-Head of Retirement Living Operations at Stockland.
Fifty years ago, many young Australians wanted to get to swinging London, and there were two main ways to get there: on the new Boeing 747 Jumbo in 24 hours; or take six months to go overland on what became known as the ‘hippy trail’. And the beautiful and peaceful city of Kabul was a key staging point on that trail.