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Design/Architecture Briefing

— Global


A wooden radio handmade in Indonesia, a simple Greek island getaway, and furniture designer Jens Risom experiences a revival in New York.

Design, Helmrinderknecht design gallery, Katerina Tsigarida Architects, Ralph Pucci, Riddel Architecture

New from old

Queensland [ECOHOUSE]

A 1930s Queensland residence has been rebuilt by Brisbane firm Riddel Architecture using 95 per cent of the building’s original materials. The nine-room 313 sq m home includes six balconies with original details such as aged Australian hardwood flooring and the former glass louvre blades that have been turned into leaded windows.

Risom revival


New York-based design maven Ralph Pucci has reissued a series of Jens Risom pieces from the 1950s and 1960s. After moving from Copenhagen in…


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