Architecture

Zaha Hadid, Woman of Influence – Beyond British Architecture

Zaha Hadid, Woman of Influence – Beyond British Architecture

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Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid (1950-2016) DBE was a woman of influence during her lifetime, a role model for a whole generation of architects and students of design

NGV Summer Pavilion – Structural Overview: John Bahoric

NGV Summer Pavilion – Structural Overview: John Bahoric

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John Bahoric engineered architectural outcomes on the NGV’s inaugural Summer Architectural Commission, the John Wardle Architects designed playful Pink Pavilion

Henry IV of France Legacy: Place des Vosges, Marais in Paris

Henry IV of France Legacy: Place des Vosges, Marais in Paris

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Recently Jo Bayley was in Paris where daily in the Marais district many enjoy the good life especially in the Place des Vosges legacy of King Henry IV the Great

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Labassa – National Trust in Victoria, Discover Your Heritage

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Plan ahead for autumn and winter at the National Trust in Victoria’s house Labassa where a program of events aims to expand knowledge of our heritage in design

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Colour Considerations – Tradition, Legend, Myth and Magic

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All cultures on earth have particular perceptions of and about colour, which in its evolution has come to symbolize many things collectively and individually

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Labassa – Melbourne Gold Boom Mansion, Rescue & Restoration

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The National Trust of Victoria is painstakingly restoring Labassa at Caulfield to the format established when it became one of Melbourne’s most stylish houses