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October 14, 2014

A beautiful little animation by Apple about the intentions that go into design, a lot of which resonates with us. I particularly like 'there is a thousand no's for every yes'. Enjoy.



September 26, 2014

Fairfax Media asked us for comments on the rise of Media Rooms and what the future trends in housing are likely to be.


Walk through any housing display village and it's obvious that a media room is the 'must have' in every modern dwelling.

But is this just another fad?


September 23, 2014

Very pleased to have been asked by Fairfax newspapers to comment on the growth of masterplanned communities.


If you have decided that you going to build within a new planned estate you then need to be careful in selecting which block to purchase and whether you wish to...

September 19, 2014

Very pleased to have been asked by Fairfax newspapers to comment on the growth of masterplanned communities.


Building a new house will be one of the largest purchases you will ever make and it deserves to be well considered and well researched. The choices of what to b...

June 2, 2014

Cotton Australia recently created an interactive educational display to help visitors to the Royal Easter Show better understand what goes into growing a pair of jeans. red blue architecture + design developed the display concept and design. This is how it came togethe...

February 13, 2014

This is an article that was published in the Architects Journal on 19 July, 2012 | By Christine Murray.


This column addressed to those of the 2,031 adults surveyed by with YouGov who don’t know what architects do, writes Christine Murray



December 1, 2013


As we close in on the fesitive season, I stumbled into this querky little blog about which gifts to get (and which to avoid) for the architect dearest to you.

July 11, 2013

I like clever people.


The streets are paved with paper. This delicate animation follows the charming rise and fold of a fragile metropolis.

Captured by an unseen helicopter, the narrative unfolds through winding roads, erupting forests and emerging mountains.


Paper C...

July 9, 2013

A scooping concrete roof cantilevers over the rear entrance to a house by the Ganges River in northern India. Mumbai architects Rajiv Saini + Associates designed the single-storey residence, which burrows into the sloping riverside terrain. A spa is located where the b...

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