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The Hive-Inn, a structure made up of a hive of shipping containers, is an example of radical innovation.
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If money were no object, here are five of the most quirky and interesting hotel designs we want to stay in this long weekend.
A British design company has created a series of brand identities for eminent historical figures.
British artist Jane Perkins collects unwanted and abandoned objects to give classic masterpieces a twist.
A vacant brutalist library building at Macquarie University has been transformed into a ‘spatial experience’ for students.
Jim Jarmusch isn’t the first arthouse filmmaker to tackle the undead; here are some other memorable movie bloodsuckers.
Blasphemy is no longer a crime but that doesn't mean religious art can't pack a punch.
Watercolour, metallic shades and geographical patterns are just a few of this year’s varied interior design trends.
It's been 20 years since Priscilla's sparkled onto the world stage perhaps the best known example of Australia's costume prowess.
Social housing doesn’t have to be bleak apartment blocks. We look at five examples of social housing done well.
As street art moves from the street to the gallery, images once glanced-at have become collectable.
Science, designers, artists and data overlap in a booming new industry that has aesthetics as its heart.
The Great Gatsby picked up the both production and costume design Oscars, perhaps because it had a great period to work with.
The Steinbecks' new single is part song, part social commentary, and a paean to the bands that changed Joel Meadows' life.
A classic Mercedes car that was used in the Australian Outback for decades could sell for a million dollars.
Architects are demonstrating even more this week that their designs can help pay homage to our past as well as shape our future.
"Leonardo? He's easy," says master forger Wolfgang Beltracchi in a German-release documentary on his international racket.
A group exhibition is examining new ways of interaction through traditional craft practices.
A much-loved celebration of musical kitsch, this year’s Eurovision second Semi-Final will feature entertainment produced by SBS.
This ethereal, net-like sculpture by Janet Echelman is at the forefront of design technology and public art.
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