(Photo by Edgar Mazo; used with permission. Source.) At first glance we thought these landforms were travertine terraces formed from geothermal springs. The most spectacular examples are invariably referred to as Wonders of the World, attracting intrepid tourists until they are destroyed … Continue reading
To the undiscerning eye this might just look like a tried and true pick up tool, however after investigating the website of this entrepreneurial DJ, I learnt it is much much more. Mardy Daniel ‘welcome[s us] to festival couch, where anything is possible and no … Continue reading
The first of AILA’s Cultivate Event Series ‘Working with Vulnerable Communities’ was held at TCL on the 8th of March. The evening included speakers from Engineers Without Borders, The Planning Institute of Australia and CoDesign. It was an insightful night into some experiences and ongoing … Continue reading
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Singapore Biennale is on at the moment. The event is being showcased from three different locations around Singapore: Old Kallang Airport, Singapore Art Museum, SAM at 8Q, and Singapore National Museum. Over the week, I’ll be adding some of the … Continue reading
Candy Chang is the extraordinary brains behind a wide range of public art projects that challenge public space through the creative use of graphic design, installation and art. Her latest work entitled “Before I Die” is the transformation of an … Continue reading
Photos by Josh Zeunert Over the past week or so there has been a great productive garden (‘Metlink Edible Garden’) put together by The Diggers Club in City Square, Melbourne as part of the 2011 Melbourne food & wine festival. … Continue reading
Originally posted in Dezeen The shortlisted entrants for he Victoria and Albert museum’s Exhibition Road extension competition have been announced. In summary, the competition brief was to design a new gallery space and public courtyard above. The original competition overview … Continue reading