Beaufort Street North – Visioning Workshop

For all those interested in the future of Beaufort Street north of Walcott -  register now and bring your ideas to the table!


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bicycle love

while you were talking about detailing the lady bikes of the office were locked in spoons under the stairs

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hotel for stargazers

i would like to go here…


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The worlds best footpath….?

Now this is a great way to get around. excellent!

Read and see more HERE

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Throwing Shapes

Matt Huxtable from Newforms Landscape Archiecture and his band have put together a tidy collection of songs for triple j’s uneathered competition.

Check them out here.

Head to soundcloud for even more tracks.

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Waikanae Houses

Tucked away on the Kapiti Coast a couple of hours out of Wellington in New Zealand is a wonderful little seaside town called Waikanae.

Justine and I stumbled across this delightful little place in 2005 whilst there attending an Urban Design Conference. We stayed in a quaint architecturally designed cottage looking out over the beach. The more we looked around, the more gorgeous little beachside shacks were nestled amongst the sand swept streets and the dunes.


On ArchDaily today is a new “shack “in Waikanae by Parsonson Architects which certainly embodies my memory of that ‘place’…

Great photos bry Paul McCredie


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Photos of Picasso Creating Light Paintings

This is beautiful.

See more here (thanks to the squid that laughs)

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Ice Cube Celebrates The Eames

Check it





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Check this out Western Power

It sure would be very interesting for Western Power to sponsor / run a similar design competition for our own infrastructural explosion here in WA….

“These designs were submitted as a competition entry in March of 2008 to Landsnet, Iceland national power transmission company who was working in collaboration with the Association of Icelandic Architects. The competition’s goal was to obtain new ideas in types and appearances for 220kV high-voltage towers and lines. The competition emphasized that specific consideration be given to the visual impact of the towers (or lines) and that careful consideration be given to the appearance of towers near urban areas and unsettled regions.”



Click on the image above and then see a couple of entries here



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Alexandre Farto: subtractive wall art

Zen from Design Monkee has sent through this beautiful subtractive street art. Awesome. It woudl be great to see some of this in the laneways of Perth…..

Check out more here at designbloom

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