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Luminous glow – the lighting on John Wardle’s summer pavilion

The National Gallery of Victoria’s first-ever Summer Architecture Commission by John Wardle Architects is a luminous nine metre-high structure that’s transformed the NGV’s backyard. The theatrical design doubles as a dynamic event space and place of retreat, shedding pink shadows by day and lighting by night in a breathtaking glow. John Wardle Architects is regarded for a strong diversity of work,

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Small apartment living comes to light – Rob Kennon’s Richmond House

What will our small living spaces look like in the future? Melbourne-based architect ROB KENNON believes his recent project, Richmond House, provides a glimpse into what we may expect. Every inch of its modest footprint is designed with a clear purpose and the lighting is carefully chosen to suit a variety of needs. Recently featured

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