Glenn Murcutt AO has been appointed the inaugural Seidler Chair in the Practice of Architecture at UNSW.
Australian practice Terroir has been shortlisted the design of the Acute Ward at New Hospital Bispebjerg in Denmark.
OMA has won an international competition to design the new Lujiazui exhibition centre in Shanghai.
Object: Australian Design Centre appoints Those Architects to design its new William Street Storefront.
A childcare centre that is all about learning through play – a philosophy that not only applies to the youngsters but also informed the design process.
Dunn and Hillam Architects has made an architectural virtue of climatic constraint at this new house in the desert.
We round up the most read public project reviews of 2014.
Anne Zahalka’s photography series documents the people working inside Parliament House, Canberra.
Melissa Bright is recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects, Victorian Chapter.
African-born architect David Adjaye speaks with Anna Tweeddale about his search for a more geographically specific architecture.
The projects created by emerging practice Foolscap Studio are functional and detailed, with a playful edge.
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.
Richard Johnson reflects on Jørn Utzon’s development of his tapestry for the Sydney Opera House.
Penelope Seidler reflects on building the now-iconic Killara House with her husband, Harry Seidler.
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.”
We round up the best of Australian furniture and objects from 2014.
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.