The Australian Institute of Architects announces the winning proposal for Australia’s exhibition at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
The Australian Tapestry Workshop (ATW) unveils finalists of the inaugural ATW Tapestry Design Prize for Architects.
The Victorian State Government has announced a major expansion to the Fishermans Bend urban renewal area, making it the biggest in Australia.
Natalie Jeremijenko, Cees van der Veeken and Martí Franch Batllori to speak at 2015 AILA Festival of Landscape Architecture.
Make Architecture amplifies the simple pleasures of daily living and confirm the ideals of quality over quantity.
NMBW Architecture Studio achieve a powerful impact with subtle revisions and modifications to a warehouse apartment in inner Melbourne.
Ken Maher reflects on the selection of Australia’s creative directors for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Through experimentation and happenstance, goldsmith Peter Bauhuis creates objects that achieve the seemingly impossible.
Seven projects have been recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects Queensland Chapter.
British architect Amanda Levete talks to Christine Phillips about how she turns radical ideas into built projects.
Australians Matthew Shang and Paul Semple are the directors of Singapore-based design studio Distillery. Here, they talk about what they love and have learnt about Singapore.
The Australian Institute of Architects Queensland Chapter awards landscape architect Beth Wilson with an Honorary Fellowship.
Kenneth Frampton reflects on work of 2015 Gold Medallist Peter Stutchbury.
Offsetting the negative social and economic effects that mine closure has on our regional communities.
Light rail reduces traffic, creates livelier neighbourhoods and enables denser cities. So why aren’t we building more of it?
Trick luminaires, judged first in the hottest new products at Light + Building 2014, provide finely-tuned lighting clarity.
We take a look at the products and installations turning heads at the 2015 Milan Design Week.
Herman Miller introduces a unique new collection of furniture for the healthcare sector.
Young designers from across Asia have been acknowledged in Singapore at 2015 Maison&Objet Asia’s Rising Asian Talent showcase.
A former resident of Dubai returns to the city to find it changed beyond recognition, but not redemption.
Marnie Morieson journeys to Tokyo, where she finds a lack of planning control has resulted in a unique urban fabric.
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.”