Twelve local and international practices selected as part of a two-stage invited design competition.
Sydney’s One Central Park by Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects is the Overall Winner at 2014 LEAF Awards.
An ideas competition proposes to transform a closed box supermarket into an open bazaar.
The Australian Tapestry Workshop launches the inaugural ATW Tapestry Design Prize for Architects.
An elegant and sophisticated living pavilion in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales by Benn and Penna Architecture.
Plan E has delivered a play area in Perth’s Kings Park with the specific aim of reconnecting children with nature.
After the buzz of the National Architecture Conference has faded, Ben Hewett and Sam Spurr investigate what discussions the annual event fostered and what possibilities it opened up.
This exhibition investigated divergent urban strategies explored by selected architects from Melbourne and Seoul.
Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Tonkin Zulaikha Greer take out top honours in the national landscape architecture awards.
A North American in Singapore, Erik L’Heureux’s architecture is a hybrid of cultures, climates, research and design.
Anna Tweeddale talks to architect Vo Trong Nghia to discuss how his practice is going about making its particular mark on Vietnamese architecture.
Callum Morton speaks to British artist Nathan Coley about his practice.
Andrew Burns talks to Sam Spurr about architecture’s role in forming identity.
Houses by Tribe Studio have ‘a clean, blunt modernism’ and classic contrasts of black, white and wood.
Artist Callum Morton and architect Nigel Bertram contemplate the intersection of art and architecture.
Sam Daysh visits the traditional buildings of Japan and discovered “a profound focus on beauty.”
On a tour of Japan, Sam Daysh is awe-struck by the fine attention to detail he discovers in its architecture.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen’s favourite vessels and vases.
Fisher and Paykel launches a new website specifically targeted towards the architecture and design profession.
Linda Cheng goes on a personal odyssey to find the storage solutions that really stack up.
A collection of classic ceramic sinks that take inspiration from their humble stainless steel cousin.