The development of a new surf life saving club has been proposed for Kingston Beach in Hobart, Tasmania.
The Victorian government has announced the redevelopment of Phillip Island’s Penguin Parade Visitor Centre.
Tasmania’s Hobart City Council has approved a $40 million hotel development, which was to have been Hobart’s tallest building.
An old car park at Sydney Olympic Park could be transformed into an artificial surf beach by MJA Studio and Wave Park Group.
The clever screening techniques used by Rob Kennon Architects in the creation of these non-identical twin houses allow the residents to peek out at the street while maintaining private oases within.
PHAB Architects has revived a former condensed milk factory in Toogoolawah, Queensland through considered restoration and contemporary gestures.
As the 2016 National Architecture Conference wraps up, John de Manincor considers how curiosity and public agency can shape the changing profession.
Vivian Mitsogianni, RMIT associate professor, reflects on the work of the 2016 Gold Medallists, the directors of ARM Architecture.
The Australian Institute of Architects announced the 2016 Australian Achievement in Architecture (AAA) Awards on 29 April.
Ahead of the 2016 National Architecture Conference in Adelaide, How Soon is Now?, Susan Phillips talks to conference co-director Ben Hewett about the legacy of Adelaide’s Integrated Design Commission.
Ahead of the Old School/New School symposium,Tania Davidge speaks with Michál Cohen, director of Walters and Cohen.
Chris Reed is the founding principal of Stoss, a Boston-based landscape architecture office.
Ahead of How Soon is Now?, Stuart Harrison speaks with Thomas Fisher about vulnerability in the architecture profession.
Can examining the complex relationship between humans and nature help us to create more meaningful landscapes?
- How Soon is Now?, a preview
- Affordable, sustainable, high quality urban housing? It’s not an impossible dream
- Australian war memorials: William Lucas versus the government
- The enduring myth of the ‘Australian’ architect
- City Deals: nine reasons this imported model of urban development demands due diligence
We review the implications of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement for Australian architects.
Top picks from the 2016 EuroCucina, as part of the 2016 Milan Furniture Fair.
We take a look at the products and installations turning heads at the 2016 Milan Furniture Fair.
Big River is an Australian decorative plywood that has been designed and manufactured to tolerate extremes of heat and humidity.
New centre designed by Fearon Hay allows customers to engage with Fisher & Paykel products as they would appear in the home.
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.