The merger of two of Adelaide’s most well respected architecture practices, Grieve Gillett and Dimitty Andersen Architects, signals a dynamic business partnership.
International PARK(ing) Day held on Friday, September 19 required a camera; a notebook, an app and a six-person jury to distil the multiple ideas and ways people were reconnecting and interacting with the city.
The much-anticipated Festival of Architecture and Design launches as an annual event this October, promising a program of events and activities targeted at the wider community.
PARK(ing) Day hits the streets of Adelaide today, and as one of the world’s largest iterations of the event, it stands to reason you’ll need a map to get around.
The design of the Rundle Mall Redevelopment takes its lead from the South Australian landscape and embraces a new model of retail activation.
Today is the final day to register for Park(ing) Day 2014.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of Danish designer Hans Wegner and Carl Hansen & Son, the world’s largest manufacturer of Wegner’s furniture, has every reason to celebrate.
JamFactory welcomes Daniel To and Emma Aiston as
its new Creative Directors: Product and Retail.
This year’s South Australian Architecture Awards were held at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on July 4, where the state’s finest projects received recognition across 13 different categories.
The SAHMRI exhibition The Space Within continues Bridgette Minuzzo’s exploration of new media.
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