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a digital makerspace, a new kind of workshop designed around the idea that innovation occurs through the freedom to experience, experiment and explore. The post ample’s experimental ‘next lab’ is a mirrored box installed in the melbourne design school appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Austin Maynard Architects has created a "forever home" for a family of four, by overhauling a dilapidated horse stable, building a curved extension and planting a new garden. Read more
Australian studio Taylor Knights has linked a house in Melbourne to its garden with a modest brick extension, and taken subtle cues for its interiors from the colours in an abstract painting by Wassily Kandinsky. Read more
Architecture studio Ritz&Ghougassian has extended a traditional Melbourne house, using a minimal material palette that sees blockwork walls left exposed both inside and out. Read more
Japanese design studio Nendo will create an immersive environment for more than 160 prints and drawings by Dutch artist M.C. Escher at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne this December. Read more
the LA-based balloon genius is livening up melbourne design week with a biodegradable crescendo of care.The post geronimo inflates melbourne with unexpected joy: 7,000 biodegradable balloons appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Plans have been unveiled for an ultra-exclusive new apartment complex in Melbourne, Australia. Developer Devitt Property Group aims to offer well-heeled residents peace of mind with high-tech security features like facial recognition and fingerprint scanners. The building will also include automation systems, solar power and rainwater recycling. ..Continue Reading Tech-packed luxury apartment
This single-storey house in Melbourne has been renovated by local studio Foomann Architects to include exposed wooden beams that span the entirety of the property. Read more
Granite is used throughout the exterior and interior of this house in Melbourne, where local studio B.E Architecture even had a bespoke bath and basin for the master ensuite carved out of the grey stone. Read more
the temporary structure is inspired by ancient amphitheaters and is shaped by two tiered grandstands – one fixed and the other moveable. The post rem koolhaas and david gianotten of OMA complete Mpavilion in melbourne appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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