Designing the ideal workspace

This post originally appeared on: ABC Radio National – Blueprint for Living Saturday 6 February 2016 9:37AM (view full episode) We visit an award-winning Sydney office with a totally flexible open-plan work space. Here workers can jump on the rowing machine or lift weights a metre from their desks, or play a spot of pool while

PIPEMAKER’S PARK IMPROVEMENTS

This article originally appeared on The Westsider – Community Newspaper By Buffy Gorrilla The Maribyrnong City Council has initiated a half million dollar upgrade to the popular Pipemaker’s Park. The eight hectare community park sits on a historic pipe making industrial site located between Highpoint Shopping Centre and the Maribyrnong River. Deputy Mayor Cameron McDonald said

WHEELIN’ WOMEN

Originally appeared on: The Westsider – Community Newspaper By Buffy Gorilla Have you seen a swarm of lovely lady cyclists, dressed in an array of pink, teal and purple, zooming along the trails and roads in your neighbourhood? If you have, chances are they are riders with Wheel Women. Wheel Women is a Melbourne-based cycling

FRESH EYRE INTERVIEW WITH JENNIFER HUNTER – PINNIES AND POPPY SEEDS

Walking into Pinnies and Poppy Seeds the merry, recently-opened shop on St. Mary’s street, just off the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, is like falling face first into a butter pillow-topped mattress, welcoming, warm and so delicious. Jennifer Hunter flung open her white-wooden doors on August 1st after converting a dismal Danish cafe into her perfect spot to

OUT AND ABOUT SEATTLE: MACRINA SEATTLE- IN YOUR FACE TASTY

While in Seattle, we were in search for delicious baked-goods and we randomly stumbled upon an event at a local bakery organized by Bread Baker’s Guild of America. The bakery was Macrina and the location was SODO location- South of Downtown and their main baking facility. We arrived early to and sampled their brunch menu, fabulous- smoked salmon on an