24 projects have been recognized by the Australian Institute of Architects.
Eight trams celebrating all things building to roll out in the lead up to the 2015 Melbourne Festival.
The 2014 MPavilion designed by Sean Godsell is in the running for a 2015 WAN Award.
A temporary court facility constructed from shipping containers could be built in the ACT.
In their design of the UTS Science and Health building, Durbach Block Jaggers and BVN have defied the rules set out in BVN’s own UTS masterplan.
A holiday house on Waiheke Island in New Zealand by Chris Tate Architecture that’s “part glamping, part bling-bling with an unexpected accent of Victorian Gothic.”
The work of two jewellers speaks more of geological forces than it does of the precious material that results from them.
Urban designer HY William Chan reviews the inaugural UNSW in the City roundtable, “The Citizen’s City – Devolution and Localism.”
44 projects have been recognized by the Australian Institute of Architects.
Paul Pholeros, a founding director of Healthhabitat, on architects using their design skills to focus on the wellbeing of people, not just making objects.
Italian architect Riccardo Vannucci on the role of architects in redressing the car-oriented city.
Australian architect Fiona Nixon on the scale, pace and energy of working in Singapore.
Former Sydney-based landscape architect Mike Wood recently joined Grant Associates’ new office in Singapore.
A visit to two Parisian practices reveals the City of Lights’ built heritage weighs heavily on its contemporary architects.
Urban policy and planning experts unite to formulate proactive solutions for Australia’s unjustifiably distorted housing market.
Hebel products were used to great effect in a building designed by architectural practice Beraldo.
The integrity of the building’s 1930s roof was retained by using Monier Roofing’s Marseille terracotta tiles.
PermaTint, PermaForm and PermaGraf make up the new range of precast concrete finishes.
The new specification tool covers tiling, flooring and waterproofing.
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.
Sophie Dyring visits three exemplar social housing projects in New York City.