Disciplines, Public Places, Stories, Visual Communication

Neon: That’s entertainment

The love affair with neon signs is enduring for certain Queensland architects, especially when the signs are located in prime entertainment precincts.

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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Pitch and Fork: Privileged footprint

They say rugby is the game played in heaven and certainly to those interested in classical architecture, heaven is somewhere

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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

Disciplines, Public Places, Stories

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

Disciplines, Stories, Visual Communication

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