The PIA has criticized the Melb sky rail project’s lack of community consultation on the Cox and Aspect-designed project.
The Sunshine Coast Council has announced the 12 finalists in its $10,000 competition to design a public toilet.
The Serpentine Gallery, London, has announced that the Bjarke Ingels Group will design its 2016 summer pavilion.
Australian architecture practice Cox Architecture has been appointed to consult on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Aquatic Centre.
This Muriwai Beach home responds beautifully to the nearby ocean, forest and New Zealand’s South Pacific building traditions.
This new infill house in Brisbane’s New Farm by O’Neill Architecture balances openness with privacy to create a clever and inviting inner-suburban sanctuary.
Ahead of the opening of Elizabeth Quay, an exhibition at the Museum of Perth explores the unrealized schemes for Perth’s waterfront.
The inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial carves out space for new thinking on the key issues facing architecture now.
The winners of the 2015 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize.
Using local skills and materials, Terrain Architects creates architecture for needy communities everywhere from Indonesia to Africa.
Three past Gold Medal recipients and the Institute’s national president pay tribute to Paul Pholeros, an architect, advocate and humanitarian.
Lawrence and Andrea Nield pay tribute to a prize-winning architect and author who helped change the way Australia saw itself and its cities.
Ken Woolley, progenitor of the influential “Sydney School” of architecture, was arguably the most complete architect of Australia’s modern era.
To see Australia’s lack of affordable housing as a failure of government is to misunderstand the politics behind housing.
We review the implications of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement for Australian architects.
A Tom Fereday-designed range of seating that pays homage to film director Wes Anderson has been launched by The SD Element.
Sika Design pieces such as the Belladonna, Caroline collection and Hanging Egg Chair will be available exclusively from Domo.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen’s top picks from day three of the January 2016 edition of the Maison&Objet design fair in Paris.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen’s top picks from day two of the January 2016 edition of the Maison&Objet design fair in Paris.
The ‘incremental’ approach to delivering affordable housing works in South America. Would it work in Australia?
Parckfarm is an interactive project in Brussels, Belgium that invites visitors to explore new park typologies through art installations, agricultural performances, workshops and community gardens.
A visit to Medellín, to explore how architecture is helping to change what was once one of the world’s most violent cities.
A visit to the public plazas of Flores & Prats Architects in Barcelona, Spain.