The drive to make every centimetre of a project sustainable can cause us to overlook the fact that the strategy of designing less can achieve more, suggests Toby Horrocks.
Crafted intelligently from straightforward materials, houses by Kerstin Thompson Architects are robust spaces for living in.
Opportunities to use daylight in architecture are as abundant as light itself.
Oliver Kratzer’s introduction to Artichoke 41 (December 2012).
The first NZ application of PRESSS technology in steel construction comes with an advanced damping system.
Wood/Marsh Architecture explores architectural form-making, materiality and the possibilities of site.
Three international teams are shortlisted for Stage Two: design development.
Twenty projects recognized at the 2013 Tasmanian Architecture Awards.
A Sydney institution enlivened by Melbourne’s Pascale Gomes-McNabb.