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The Architact Collective Now Does Homewares!

I am so excited to release our hand-casted concrete and cork coasters. The concrete for each stackable coaster is collected from construction sites across Melbourne.  The coasters come in sets of six and feature two different personalities. 3 of the coasters are made from rough concrete recessed below the cork face. The other 3 coasters are made […]

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Interesting Stuff on the Internet

Interesting stuff on the internet is an article sharing my favourite recent online inspiration and distractions. If a picture tells 1000 words, then is a metaphor is worth 1000 pictures? How to design a metaphor takes a look at how to see the world through words. Michael Erard writes that someone who designs a metaphor isn’t trying to make […]

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Co-Housing and the Rise of Collaborative Consumption

I recently read a book entitled ‘What’s Mine is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption’. Authored by Rachael Botsman and Roo Rodgers (founders of collaborativeconsumption.com), the book references many benefits connected to “collaborative consumptions,” including the familiar formations of car-sharing, co-working and crowd sourcing. What is collaborative consumption? Botsman and Rodgers describe collaborate consumption as […]

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How the Meaning of Home Influences Residential Architecture

The Architect is responsible for generating a built outcome relating to unique concerns of  practicality, legislation, time, budget and brief. How these constraints and opportunities influence the very personal architecture of our houses? What makes a house a home? Our homes have a deep and unique emotional meaning not only reflecting but also affecting who we […]

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Beyond the New – A manifesto for Design

A manifesto for design by Hella Jongerius & Louise Schouwenberg:   1. Count the blessings of industry. Industrial processes have greater potential than low-volume productions of exclusive designs, which reach such a limited market that talk of ‘users’ can hardly be taken seriously. Industries can make high-quality products available to many people. We should breathe […]

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Co-Housing and the Rise of Collaborative Consumption

How the Meaning of Home Influences Residential Architecture

Beyond the New – A manifesto for Design

Interesting Stuff on the Internet

The Architact Collective Can Create Your Very Own Ring Design!

Create Something Special this Valentine’s: The Architact Collective Do Custom Rings!

Interesting Stuff On The Internet

TonyTextures Architecture Visualization Competition Giveaway

New Architecture in Sydney Contending for a Place Among the Icons: Part 2

New Architecture in Sydney Contending for a Place Among the Icons: Part I

Finding Happiness in the Handmade – Our Favourite Makers in Melbourne

MediaMap Connecting Architects to the World’s Architectural Media

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Why Film Villains Love Modern Architecture

The Architact Collective collaborates with Sarra Tzijan

DIY Replica Crayon Rings…A New Life for Broken Crayons!

What is the meaning of home?

Interview with Elena Orte Largo & Guillermo Sevillano, SUMA

The Architact Collective collaborates with Kaitlin Beckett

Smartphone Interior Design: 3 mobile apps for home decorators

Is “​Crowd-Housing” the Next Crowdfunding? And how it will Empower Architects

The Architact Collective will be at MSFW: Emerging Designer Markets

A Travelling Architecture School

US Highlights: The River North Art District – Where Art is Made

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Washington D.C. the coolest city in America?

Calling all Children to Draw their Favourite Building or Landmark

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