Grand Designs Australia has featured Hightide: Queensland Design Now in issue 2.4 of its magazine, available in newsstands nationally (keep an eye out for the stunning, swooping interior of James Stockwell's Croft House on the cover). Find more info on the book, or grab a copy, here.
A review of Hightide: Queensland Design Now features in the September/October 2013 issue of (Inside) Interior Design Review. As reviewer Sara Lewis says of the book: ‘Hightide is a concise yet compelling look at an often understated chapter of Australia’s design identity.’ Find more info on the book, or grab a copy, here.
We were chuffed to see Lacoste + Stevenson: Architecture Stories featured as an 'Arty read' in the April 2013 issue of The Australian's Wish magazine. We were in good company; the April issue was themed 'By Design' and included features on some of Australia's finest architects, including James Grose, Nonda Katsalidis and Wood Marsh. You can read more about Lacoste + Stevenson: Architecture Stories, or order a copy of the book, here.
The September/October 2012 issue of Inside magazine features a review of Falls the Shadow. Commending Terrence Measham for his ‘exceptionally good’ contribution to the book, reviewer Gillian Serisier goes on to describe how Falls the Shadow ‘takes the reader from ideas to reality through a series of impressive essays’. A digital preview of the magazine can be viewed here .You can read more about Falls the Shadow, or order a copy of the book, here.
As publishers of critical discourse on architecture and design, it goes without saying we think architectural criticism is an important subject worthy of analysis and consideration – which is why we were very proud indeed to be able to publish Semi-detached: Writing, Representation and Criticism in Architecture. We were never under any illusions, however, that architectural criticism itself wasn't a fairly niche area of interest, and assumed Semi-detached was likely to be one of the few books examining the craft and the thinking behind it. Imagine our surprise, then, when we discovered that Alexandra Lange, of Design Observer renown, was...