1. ROBIN BOYD feature doco

    ArchiTel have recently decided to research and produce a feature length documentary on the life and work of legendary Australian architect, writer, broadcaster and critic Robin Boyd, at the invitation of the Robin Boyd Foundation.

    ArchiTel Executive Producer Ron Brown talks to Tony Lee, CEO at the Robin Boyd Foundation, in Boyd’s Walsh Street South Yarra home this week about the project.

    That interview coming soon. The documentary will be produced in 2016.

  2. Maison & Objet 2015 Paris

    Jan Henderson flies out again this week to Paris to attend the Maison & Objet 2015 exhibition, a major international interiors fair. Jan will visit Australian exhibitors to the show, report on her favourite stands and interview leading designers while in Paris for a week. Among the interviews currently arranged are Philipe Brocart, head of M&O, Elizabeth Leriche, a leading futurist, Talents a la Carte, a group of the new young designers coming up and Dorothée Meilichzon, M&O 2015’s Designer of the Year.

    Extensive coverage not to be missed if Interiors are of interest to you.

  3. The Developers Series

    ArchiTel has recently launched a new series on property developers and the way they appoint their architectural consultants and design teams. To date we have featured in-depth interviews by Jan Henderson with Andrew Myer and Dr Stanley Quek of Frasers Property Group (Parts One and Two).

    Coming up will be more revealing conversations with Ed Horton of the Stable Group, Iwan Sunito of Crown Group, Kyp Bosci of Kalex Projects and David Waldron of Grocon.

    A revealing and intimate series of one-on-one conversations with developers large and small, highly recommended.


  1. Cotswold Furniture


    Cotswold Furniture have proudly sponsored the ArchiTel coverage of the recent Maison et Object design show in Paris, an extensive display of all the best in French and European design and manufacture.

    Cotswold, as suppliers of Fermob in Australia, are leading furniture wholesalers and retailers. Many of their valued clients are from the trade industry. This includes interior designers, architects, landscapers, builders, schools, public spaces, aged care facilities and of course the many areas of the hospitality industry. If you are a trade customer and have not bought from Cotswold before, please contact them for a New Trade Client Form, here:

  2. Kingspan Insulation & The Gehry UTS Building


    Kingspan Insulation have just commissioned to create a new video looking at the recently opened Frank Gehry designed building at the University of Technology Sydney. Featuring an interview with local Gehry partners, Daryl Jackson Robin Dyke’s Daniel Beekwilder, on the design issues, buildability and sustainable aspects, the story will be a unique view of this groundbreaking project. Stay tuned next month for our coverage.



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    Acclaimed for their cutting-edge design, unprecedented ergonomics and superior engineering, Valcucine have also brought sustainability and environmental respect to the fore of kitchen manufacture. With care and passion for recyclability, reusability and material reduction, Valcucine kitchens are testament to the fact that eco-friendly solutions can exist side-by-side with quality, technology and elegance.

    Valcucine is available in Australia through Rogerseller.