Anne-Louise Willoughby has always taken the written word seriously. At age twelve, she was interviewed by a local paper on a topic long forgotten. What hasn’t been forgotten is the …Read More from At Home With: Anne-Louise Willoughby.
From a $1.4 billion hospital to a micro-house sitting on a 168sqm block, the diversity of the 2019 Australian Institute of Architects’ Western Australian Awards highlighted the exciting and ever-changing …Read More from And the winners are….
Once upon a time, a brewery pairing with an art gallery to strengthen its brand and audience would be unheard of. But, in the words of Bob Dylan, “the times …Read More from Show Us Your Cans.
Thanks to an unwavering determination to resuscitate an early 1900’s building that was in serious decline, this heritage structure now has another century of good health to share in the …Read More from Revival of a classic.
In his small but bounteous bookshop on Bulwer Street, Dennis Moore pulls an old book out from a locked glass cabinet: Makoto Euda’s Bashō and His Interpreters: Selected Hokku with …Read More from Mainly Books, Some Computers.
Neither the wedge-shaped block nor the surprise news that they would be welcoming a fifth baby during the construction of this mid-century family home was ever too big a challenge …Read More from little[house] BIG[FAMILY].
One of the first times I met Tessa Mackay, it was about a month after the announcement that she’d won the 2019 Archibald Packing Room Prize. We were at the …Read More from At Home With: Tessa Mackay.
Surrounding 300-year-old paper bark trees formed the geometry of this beauty by Mountford Architects, which encompasses a loose arrangement of farm buildings around a new home and quadrangle. The home …Read More from Shadow Maker.
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In 1968, the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) hosted Australia’s first comprehensive look at colour field painting in an exhibition called The Field. It featured forty artists in a nod …Read More from Painting Equality.