Sydney Council Approves Cloud Arch artwork
The controversial $11.3 million public artwork in Sydney's CBD has been likened to a giant tapeworm but passed its final hurdle after City of Sydney...
Art and Landscape: Creating Places We Love
Public art in urban landscapes can animate and enrich civic spaces, and may even help people feel more attached to the places where they live.
An Art Guide for Healthcare Spaces
Art is often a decorative item used to visually engage its observer.
10 Modern Museums with Momentum
The ornate decoration and luxurious fittings of museums past are being replaced with modern buildings that are sustainably focused and demonstrate new building typologies.
Are Expensive Cities Blocking Out Creativity?
Over the past year, people in the art and design industry, including art critics and artists and designers themselves have been spreading the word among young...
Crowdsourcing and Graphic Gesign Combine to Make ‘Art’ Wallpaper
With a few rare exceptions, wallpaper doesn’t generally enjoy a large following these days: difficult and time consuming to put up, expensive, and difficult to take...
Tie People to Their Senses, Not Their Desks
Whilst the focus over the past few years has been on sustainability and the impact of technology in the workplace, the future trend will be to...
Could Art Be the Acoustic Solution for Noisy Venues?
Loud cafes, deafening restaurants and harsh sounding bars could soon become an issue of the past. Black Canvas Acoustic Design & Art Gallery plans on creating...
The Lost Art of Architectural Drawing
Architects and designers today are at odds over the value of hand-made drawings versus computer-aided design that makes use of cutting edge software.
Leading Architects to Design SA's Gallery
A group of world leading architecture firms, including one behind a Smithsonian museum and another who designed the Lego House in Denmark, have been shortlisted for...