The Goods Line designed by Aspect Studios and CHROFI will open to the public on Sunday 30 August 2015.
The UK’s largest litigation funders have backed a NZD$100m class action against James Hardie and others over faulty cladding.
Collins and Turner unveil new designs for a three-storey restaurant at Sydney’s Barangaroo South.
The Australian Institute of Architects’ has announced its 2015/16 Droga Architect in Residence program.
DM2 Architecture adds a new pavilion to the rear of a humble cottage in Brisbane that embraces a historical significant hoop pine.
MA Architects and Maria Danos create a sophisticated apartment interior that holds its own against the strong architectural presence of a well known Seidler building.
The 2015 Housing Futures symposium considered the powerful influence of residential architecture on the shape of our cities.
American architect Rick Joy reflects on the work of 2015 Gold Medallist Peter Stutchbury.
Eighty-eight projects shortlisted for the 2015 Eat Drink Design Awards.
Natalie Jeremijenko speaks about her projects of “wondrous engagement” including urban zip lines and luxury housing for lobsters.
The residential work of Tobias Partners are varied explorations of a consistent philosophy.
The ideas behind the residential work of Clare Cousins Architects are finely attuned to the how people want to live.
The brains behind the Australian House of the Year 2015, Jesse Bennett and Anne-Marie Campagnolo, speak about their career and their labour of love.
A visit to two Parisian practices reveals the City of Lights’ built heritage weighs heavily on its contemporary architects.
We denigrate it and try to escape from it, but urban noise might be the contemporary world’s most expressive moment.
BuzziSpace acoustic furniture combines style and practicality to enhance open-plan shared spaces.
Blu Dot’s flat-packed Real Good chair is now available in copper.
Unique furniture by a Brisbane team of industrial designers features sleek concrete paired with natural materials.
The quirky and sustainable Corker series of pendant lights from Max Harper is a playful take on an Australian classic.
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.
It might look like a “giant Ghost Busters goo blob” in the middle of Paris, but this project knows its place perfectly.
Bonnie Herring discovers a former tea warehouse in Hackney, London, brimming with intrigue and creative capital.