Our client, Ansarada, provides virtual data rooms for large-scale business transactions worldwide. The company was named Deloitte’s 2009 technology fast 50 winner, Smart Company’s 2010 most innovative company and in 2011 handled London’s largest ever IPO, the $59.2 billion Glencore offer. Ansarada has offices around the globe and works with some of
Can the design of schools shape student behaviour? Is it possible to design a building so that it helps with learning, or even ‘teaches’? What does the future hold for educational design? These and other questions will be addressed at the inaugural Old School/New School forum, 14 October at the AGL Theatre, Museum of Sydney. The forum will bring to
There are several ways for a visitor to enter Hotel Hotel, the latest addition to Canberra’s remarkably skimpy selection of boutique accommodation offerings. Those looking for a dramatic entry, though, would be best to take the stairs. Here, more than 2150 pieces of recycled timber whoosh up the walls, forming a carapace that somehow manages to be
Sydney’s North Shore may be best known for its leafy outlook and the suburban legacy of pitched tiled roofs, but Turramurra House by Noxon Giffen has breathed new life into the local vernacular with its inspiring exploration of modern, contextual design.
The client’s brief to architect Justin Noxon was for a boldly contemporary family home that w