Architect, Pritzker Prize laureate and 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale curator Alejandro Aravena will make a presentation to a Sydney Audience in July.
A Denton Corker Marshall and Parry and Rosenthal Architects-designed pedestrian bridge linking east Perth to the new Perth Stadium will now be fabricated locally.
A ferry hub designed by Cox Architecture are the latest significant piece of transport infrastructure to arrive in Barangaroo.
A series of interviews produced by Open House Melbourne features four of Australia’s most significant 20th century architects and designers.
This “open and transparent” addition is tucked neatly behind a weatherboard house, taking inspiration from the client’s love of modernism and fond memories of growing up in a Merchant Builders home.
A theatrical reworking of an existing townhouse uses colour and contrast to boldly define the series of spaces.
In a summary of their A. S. Hook Address, Ian McDougall and Howard Raggatt reflect on the work of ARM Architecture, the possibilities in an “architecture of genuine questioning” and their late friend and colleague Stephen Ashton, who passed away in mid-2016.
Dr. Rachel Hurst reviews the 2017 National Architecture Conference that took place in Sydney at the International Convention Centre.
The winners of the 2017 Tasmanian Architecture Awards have been announced in Hobart.
ARM Architecture’s Ian McDougall speaks with Natalie Bradburn about architecture, practice and “fetishization of the detail.”
A pursuit of conceptual and aesthetic clarity and an ability to solve problems thoughtfully are evident in the residential work of Grieve Gillett Andersen.
Stuart Harrison remembers architect Nick Searle of Searle x Waldron.
Joanne Cys remembers interior designer and former DIA national president Madeline Lester.
What is the difference between an artwork and a piece of architecture? And why do so many architects insist that they are the same thing?
A new podcast series explores the hurdles and triumphs emerging architects experience as they embark on establishing their own practices.
Bang and Olufsen have released a modular wireless speaker system that can be arranged in any number of ways, allowing for a bespoke look.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen’s selection of favourite products from the 2017 Denfair show.
Fisher and Paykel recently held its Future Design Workshop in its new Experience Centre in Alexandria in Sydney.
The first, and to this day only, suppliers of Elba stone in Australia, Artedomus, have released their own range of mosaic tiles in a variety of shapes.
The 2017 Dulux Study Tour group discovers how Prague’s history has been recorded in its architecture, creating a layering of distinct styles and movements.
Is MVRDV’s“sky garden” Seoul’s answer to New York’s High Line or a “giant marketing stunt” derived from a process of “shape throwing”? Landscape Australia editor Ricky Ray Ricardo paid a visit.
In London for the second leg of the 2017 Dulux Study Tour, the group find themselves searching for “authentic moments of connection where [they] could feel the human scale.”
The 2017 Dulux Study Tour group explores how a 19th century city plan has influenced Barcelona’s contemporary architecture.