Kevin Borland’s Rice House, the first to be completed by Australian modernist architect, has been listed for sale by the Rice estate.
The Millers Point precinct requires better protection following the sale of heritage social housing in the area, says The City of Sydney.
The Green Building Council of Australia’s chair Tanya Cox has been appointed to the board of the World Green Building Council (WGBC).
John Wardle Architects’ speculative tapestry design, which won joint first prize in the inaugural Tapestry Design Prize for Architects, will now be produced thanks to arts philanthropist Judith Neilson.
This architect and designer duo transformed their dark box of a Queenslander into a garden-centric, light-filled house where views abound.
Coy Yiontis creates a steeply pitched contemporary home for a mature couple to enjoy into their retirement.
Alice Hampson, Michael Lavery and John Thong reflect on Deerubbin 2016, a weekend-long residential seminar on the Hawkesbury River exploring connections between architecture and community.
Ahead of the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, we preview the Australian and New Zealand exhibitors of a collateral event Time Space Existence.
The winners of the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2016 Tasmanian Architecture Awards have been announced in Hobart.
Manuelle Gautrand speaks with ArchitectureAU on her competition-winning collaboration on a civic building in Parramatta.
John Morphett brought the teachings of Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus movement to Australia and helped build Hassell into a collaborative, multidisciplinary design practices.
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.
The 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale responds to a turbulents time of economic unrest, refugee crisis and political discord. But where’s the architecture?
We review the implications of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement for Australian architects.
Cosentino has introduced new line of compact surfaces, Dekton XGloss.
Our highlights from the 2016 edition of Denfair design show in Melbourne.
Brickworks’ Inex Boards – new lightweight, low carbon cement boards – offer an alternative to fibre cement and plasterboard products.
To coincide with one of La Chance’s founders Jean-Baptiste Souletie’s visit to Australia this month, Living Edge has introduced a number of new products to its showrooms nationally.
The Dulux Study Tour visits the Bagsvaerd Church in Copenhagen –Jørn Utzon’s first commission on his return to Denmark, having withdrawn from his work on the Sydney Opera House.
The 2016 Dulux Study Tour group visits Madrid on the last leg of the trip, exploring the city’s many decorated facades and how they contribute to the vibrancy of its spaces.
From the Cheesegrater to the Scalpel, the built legacy of London’s planning restrictions is plain to see. On the second stop of the 2016 Dulux Study Tour, the group explores the friction between the city’s commercial and cultural objectives.
In Copenhagen, a city often saluted for its urban planning successes, the Dulux Study Tour team finds the city is grappling with complex challenges in the development of new urban precincts.