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Remembering Zaha Hadid

Today marks one year since the world lost one of the most inspirational, imaginative and tenacious women – Dame Zaha Hadid. It’s hard to believe a year has passed – her mark on the world of architecture, and in fact, the world in general, is so fresh in my mind. “A planet in her own […]

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A celebration of women in Architecture

Given the current political climate, this year’s International Women’s Day holds particular resonance as we celebrate the strength, talents and power of women throughout the world. This piece is dedicated to women in architecture – those inspirational, tenacious, intelligent and imaginative women who have contributed greatly to the industry. While some are well known, others […]

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Moroccan design & architecture

Though I’ve since had the luxury of traveling to many off-the-beaten-track destinations, Morocco will always hold a special significance in my memory. It was here that I was first truly taken out my comfort zone, beyond the western familiarity of another European city or the blissful serenity of another tropical island. Scents of aromatic spices, […]

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Australian design & architecture: a preview

Although London has been my city of residence for almost a decade now, there’s nothing quite like the feeling of being back home in Sydney. As relaxed and rejuvenated feelings overwhelm me, I embrace the warm sun on my skin, the salty sea air and the soft grainy sand between my toes.  Perhaps what I […]

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Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined

The “Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined” exhibition at the Royal Academy came recommended to me by Lucy Martin, Design Director at the esteemed John Cullen Lighting, with a generous dose of conviction and enthusiasm. Often, such high expectations based on word of mouth come with a red alert for potential disappointment and a great sense of […]

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