Winners announced for the 2014 Holcim Awards for Sustainable Construction in the Asia Pacific region.
Winners are announced for an ideas competition to transform the CBD of one of Australia’s oldest inland towns.
Architecture and graphic design converge at the 2014 AGDA Awards.
Winners announced for the New Experimental Architectural Typologies (NEAT) housing design competition.
CHROFI has transformed a neglected rural cabin into a family home offering a space of quiet, timeless beauty.
Designed by Fiona Lynch, Melbourne restaurant Prix Fixe merges metallics, marble and concrete to create an interior with a sense of theatre.
Andrew Broffman reflects on the AusIndoArch: Tropfix conference, held in Darwin in November 2014.
Herbaceous invaders take over the State Library of Victoria, revealing a hint of the site’s pre-European settlement history.
Seventeen projects are recognised by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture Victorian Chapter.
Wolveridge Architects’ series of elegant and beautifully detailed homes.
Perry Lethlean of Taylor Cullity Lethlean talks to Catherin Bull about narrative, place and the New Civic in contemporary public gardens.
Friend and collaborator Hully Liveris recalls his experiences working alongside Troppo Architects’ Adrian Welke and Phil Harris.
Peter Wilson and Richard Leplastrier will each receive International Fellowships from the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Naomi Stead and Justine Clark outline the programs and tools for a more equitable profession.
In earthquake-ravaged Christchurch, Makers of Architecture have devised a digitally designed and fabricated transitional home.
Sam Daysh visits China for the last leg of his eighteen-day architecture tour of asia.
Sam Daysh visits the traditional buildings of Japan and discovered “a profound focus on beauty.”
Austral Bricks collaborates with fashion designer Camilla Franks on new range of bricks.
The iconic CH33 chair by Hans J. Wegner is reinvented by the A-team of Australian and New Zealand design talent.
Top five beds selected by Houses editor, Katelin Butler.
Five of the best outdoor play products selected by Landscape Architecture Australia assistant editor, Ricky Ray Ricardo.