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The Local Project

The Local Project – Issue 10

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An architecture and design publication exploring how locality shapes design, interior design and architecture in homes, houses and spaces.

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Published three times a year, the Local Project print periodical is a curated insight into the latest architecture and design in Australia and New Zealand.

Celebrating 10 issues in print, this issue features work from Durbach Block Jaggers, B.E Architecture, CHROFI, Shaun Lockyer Architects, Crosson Architects, Studio Prineas, Anthony Gill Architects and more.

Featured on the cover, Backdune House by Peter Stutchbury Architecture speaks to a powerful and all-encompassing vision for what architecture can be. Issue No. 10 also includes profiles on artist Ian Strange, art director Marsha Golemac, and interior designers Arent&Pyke.

The Commercial Project and The Local Marketplace round out the Issue No. 10 trio. The Commercial Project features over 180 pages of projects, profiles, products, discussion and opinion pieces. The Local Marketplace represents a curated selection of design – from furniture to lighting, rugs to fireplaces – representing the breadth and quality of local design in the region.