AIA Awards 2016

The Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards Program recognises and celebrates design excellence.



Meet Your Maker: Gray Hawk

Furniture designer–maker Gray Hawk is a master craftsman with more than 40 years’ experience creating bespoke and limited edition pieces for both public and private clients.



The Keys to Designing Your Kitchen and Bathroom

A drizzly winter’s day catches an associate and I having a casual chat over a peppermint tea with new clients. The topic of conversation: the adventure we’re all about to embark on. Major plans are afoot, rolls of Yellowtrace paper have been let loose and the Artline pen is in hand, but where to start?



Drink Dine Design 2016

The Adelaide Review is proud to again partner with the JamFactory to present the Drink Dine Design award as part of Hot 100 Wines SA this year.



Design Comes Home For APSDA 2016

South Australian design will be on show once again when the Asia Pacific Space Designers Alliance (APSDA) Conference is held in Adelaide between Saturday, September 24 and Monday, September 26.



Workspace Celebrates 105 Years

Much has been said about the dire state of manufacturing in Australia, but Adelaide-based Workspace bucks this trend, as Australia’s largest diversified furniture manufacturer celebrates 105 years in 2016.



Adelaide’s Unique Design Opportunity

Adelaide’s eating and drinking venues are currently developing and diversifying at a rapid rate and, as a result of this, there is a strong desire, emphasis and need for new, stimulating and energetic spaces.



Adelaide, A City in Colour

Until recently, colour seemed to have disappeared from bars, restaurants and offices across the city. Now, Adelaide is experiencing a return of vibrant interiors and façades that help create richer, energetic and more dynamic experiences around the city. Here are five key local projects – some new, some not – that showcase colour at its best.



National AIA Conference Precinct Tours

As part of the National Architecture conference, ‘How Soon Is Now?’ the Australian Institute of Architects is running a series of precinct tours to highlight new growth, trends and innovation in some of Adelaide’s public and private spaces.



Hey Reflect’o: Hi-Vis, High Fashion

Since launching two years ago, Penney’s business has gone from strength to strength. With word of mouth spreading, and the hi-vis vests acting as their very own form of mobile marketing, Penney makes sure she is present at cycling events and attends local market to reach new customers.



Design Institute of Australia Announces GOTYA Awards

The Design Institute of Australia SA/NT (DIA) last night announced the winners of its Graduate of the Year program (GOTYA), with winners in the fields of Industrial Design, Interior Design and Graphic Design.



Oxigen: A Breath of Fresh Air

Oxigen’s Halifax Street office won the Office Fitout Category prize at the 2015 National Sustainability Awards late last year, lauded as a “truly inspirational space” by the jury.



Ross Harding is Finding Infinity

He’s worked with architects Jean Nouvel and Norman Foster, thrown a solar-powered party for Vivienne Westwood in London, master-planned an entire ski resort in Switzerland, and met with Julian Assange. Adelaide-born Ross Harding tells The Adelaide Review why music sounds better when it comes from the sun, and how he believes Adelaide can become self-sufficient in 10 years.

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Call for nominations: 2016 Excellence in Urban Design Awards

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is inviting design professionals and the general community to nominate locally responsive renovations and developments which improve the quality our built environment, and in doing so contribute to the city as an attractive place to live, work and play.