Read an interview with Natalie Rosin, who is at the intersection of clay and architecture. As an emerging artist and architecture graduate, her work freely explores form and space through clay. Natalie is part of the Clay Intersections exhibition until 21 September.
Kil.n.it Studios are an experimental ceramics studio based in Glebe. This interview meets Rachael McCallum the Technical Director to find out about this terrific venue and accessible studio which is part of the vibrant ceramic community in Sydney for our exhibition Clay Intersections.
A great article on many Aboriginal designers we have worked (and are currently working) with. Nicole Monks and Luck Simpson will show their work later in the year as part of our year long Indigenous Design Mentorship Program.
As part of Australian Design Centre’s exhibition, Shapeshifters: 3D Printing the Future, Fenella Kernebone chats with featured artists Louis Pratt and Lousje Skala about how 3D printing can transform creative practice.
Our exhibition Shapeshifters: 3D Printing the Future includes the colourful Percy Stools by Melbourne-based furniture maker Ryan Pennings. We interviewed Ryan about his experiences with 3D printing and plans to make his own spaceship in the future.
Designer Stephen Goddard was lucky enough to spend a brief few days immersed in its wonders and dilemmas of The 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, Reporting from the Front, curated by Alejandro Aravena.