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November 1, 2018

JamFactory, in collaboration with the University of South Australia, recently opened their latest exhibition Adelaide Modern.

Six contemporary designers including Caren Elliss, Takeshi Iue, Peter Walker, studio-gram, Williams Burton Leopardi, and Enoki, and six teams of JamFactory Furniture Studio Associates and University of South Australia design students were invited to respond to six pieces of mid-century furniture produced by six South Australian manufa...

September 12, 2018

Landscape architect Paul Herzich hopes the recently announced Reconciliation Action Plan will help facilitate discussions between landscape architects and Indigenous groups and communities.

Above: Paul Herzich’s artwork in Topham Mall, representing 65,000 years of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, and 200 years of non-Indigenous culture

As co-chair of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture (AILA) Connection to Country committee and cu...

August 16, 2018

The complete restoration of the once derelict Darling building is one of the most significant heritage transformations of recent times, with the project duly awarded at the recent South Australian Architecture Awards.

The Franklin Street building’s restoration picked up six honours including the City of Adelaide/The Adelaide Review People’s Choice Award and the David Saunders Heritage Award for the building’s architects and tenants William Burton Leopardi.

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February 25, 2018

Surfing is in local industrial designer Alex Hayes’ blood. Growing up catching waves on the Yorke Peninsula led to the design of Hayes’ zero-waste surfing product, WaxComb.

Having recently completed a Graduate Diploma of Industrial Design at the University of South Australia, WaxComb isn’t the first time Hayes has dipped his toes into entrepreneurial waters, as he runs the clothing label Salty Reign out of his loungeroom. The enthusiastic designer credits hi...

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