A Robin Boyd-designed residence featuring a striking and unusual construction technique has been listed for sale.
The National Gallery of Victoria has launched the NGV Triennial, an ambitious global exhibition of art, design and architecture.
Queensland architect Catherine Baudet has been awarded the inaugural Paula Whitman Leadership in Gender Equity Prize by the Australian Institute of Architects.
The Queensland government has announced $150,000 in funding to support Brisbane Open House.
Charles Wright Architects has created a dynamic new science building for Trinity Anglican School in Far North Queensland, responding to both program and climate with lyrical pragmatism.
Richards and Spence has made a significant contribution to a whole fragment of Brisbane, using a rich and distinctive design language across a range of works for the James Street precinct.
Elizabeth Farrelly considers the efficacy of Exit, an installation on show in Sydney that explores how human displacement is impacted by political, economic and environmental factors.
From manifesto-like views about how architects and planners are implicated in the current condition of housing in our cities to rare glimpses into the private residences of London’s iconic Barbican Estate.
The Australian Institute of Architects has announced the five architects selected to participate in the 2017 Dulux Study Tour.
A look at the recent built projects of Melbourne studio Edwards Moore reveals a delightful body of work underpinned by conceptual rigour, spatial complexity and a “cheeky tilt.”
Marchese Partners has appointed Simon Drysdale as the new principal of its Melbourne office.
Through an inherent love of making, architect Bruce Rowe has transformed himself into a creative individual who has found his “flow” producing ceramic products.
Deidre Brown honours the life and work of internationally renowned New Zealand architect Rewi Thompson.
A recent installation by artist Lara Tumak, Imaginary Architecture, asked, “is it possible to create architecture out of nothing more than dreams?” As Naomi Stead discovers, the installation offered profound observations about urbanity and architecture’s place in popular imagination.
Three recent school buildings by Brisbane-based M3architecture show a sophisticated engagement with the individual needs and identities of the institutions.
Artedomus has introduced the latest tile collection by Feri and Masi, Unique.
Karndean Designflooring has revealed its latest vinyl flooring collection, Kaleidoscope.
Dulux has launched its Dulux World of Colour Series II 2016, introducing more than 500 new colours to its range.
Herman Miller has revealed T2 – a mobile, height adjustable, next-generation smartdesk.
How can an understanding of the strong social connections forged in informal slum settlements shape future architectural interventions? Abel Feleke reports from Rio de Janeiro.
The Dulux Study Tour visits the Bagsvaerd Church in Copenhagen –Jørn Utzon’s first commission on his return to Denmark, having withdrawn from his work on the Sydney Opera House.
The 2016 Dulux Study Tour group visits Madrid on the last leg of the trip, exploring the city’s many decorated facades and how they contribute to the vibrancy of its spaces.
From the Cheesegrater to the Scalpel, the built legacy of London’s planning restrictions is plain to see. On the second stop of the 2016 Dulux Study Tour, the group explores the friction between the city’s commercial and cultural objectives.