Port Phillip City Council has endorsed a draft masterplan for the St Kilda Triangle site proposal by ARM Architecture.
Images of Hobart’s Parliament Square project, which will see the demolition of an iconic office building, have been released.
A $1 billion urban renewal project in Sydney’s Circular Quay, masterplanned by Danish practice 3XN, has been approved.
The three-tower project by Bureau Proberts will sit tall on a prominent triangular South Brisbane river-side site.
With the aspiration to create one of the healthiest headquarters in the world, Medibank enlisted multidisciplinary design firm Hassell to create a head office where employees have freedom to choose how and where they work.
The facade of ARM Architecture’s “Portrait” apartment tower in Melbourne is a worthy civic-minded gesture but, behind it, a dehumanizing financial logic is at play.
A recent Open House event highlights Brisbane’s burgeoning housing challenges, while offering some hope for solutions.
A recent talk explored how Australia’s traditional inner-city terrace house can be adapted for today’s way of living.
The best of Victoria’s emerging practices were honoured in the 2015 ArchiTeam Awards on 25 November.
Katherine Clarke, founding partner of Muf Architecture/Art, on public space and the ‘lived experience of democracy’.
The residential work by 1+2 Architecture is honest, clever and spatially rich.
We talk with Jeremy McLeod about the Nightingale project and the ethical development of our cities.
Philip Goad considers the work of a California-based Australian duo focused on thoughtful solutions with a social bent.
Project managers are now driving procurement, but architects can no longer afford to observe from the back seat.
ISIS strives to turn the world into a battlefront; their success will be written into the fabric of our cities.
The Danish brand Vola is setting up in Australia for the first time, bringing pieces such as the 060 round shower head along.
Carpets Inter EcoSoft carpet tiles were used during the makeover of the staff room at Trinity Grammar School in Melbourne.
20 designers recreate the Series 7 chair designed by Arne Jacobsen for charity.
Moooi Carpets from the Space collection build on the company’s rug range by using technology.
The ‘incremental’ approach to delivering affordable housing works in South America. Would it work in Australia?
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.
A visit to one of Le Corbusier’s foundational projects reveals the flawed genius of this iconic architect.