What’s the Story? Contemporary Indigenous Architecture in Practice in Australia
This chapter is based on conversations between architect Andrew Lane and interior designer Francoise Lane, the founding directors of Indij Design. The firm is one of the few Indigenous-owned and operated architecture Practices in Australia, based in Cairns in the far north of the state of Queensland, Australia.
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