Neon Nights Walking Tour

Join us for a twilight walking tour as we look to discover some of Brisbane’s biggest and brightest neon signs

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Street libraries: From big things little things grow

There is a street library movement growing across Australia. Small repositories of knowledge are popping up in suburban front yards,

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King St Car Park + public art

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) graduate Tom Emmett won the King St Car Park Competition last year and here he

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Have you made your plans for Brisbane Open House?

Brisbane Open House (BOH) is on again for two days: Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 October. This year there are

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Brisbane music posters

The fusty smell is intoxicating; the visuals are enticing. Aging paper emblazoned with new wave screen printed designs and hand-stencilled

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A visible life: Brian Steendijk

The marriage of architecture and industrial design is a harmonious union when we delve into the work of multi-disciplinarian, Brian

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Queensland-Cooper Hewitt Fellow: Chantelle Sansness

Chantelle Sansness, 2017 Queensland-Cooper Hewitt Fellow and primary School teacher, sat down with Design Minds to discuss her upcoming fellowship and the value

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Review: 2017 UQ Architecture lecture with Melody Chen, Rebecca Caldwell + Emily Juckes

In a changing landscape of architectural practice, looking to emerging studios can provide insight into commercial survival strategies and into

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Design thinking at St Paul’s

In October 2016, St Paul’s School hosted a design symposium for Year 3 students. The objective of this event was