Photographer Peter Bennetts sends a postcard in pictures from the Vernissage.
How can an understanding of the strong social connections forged in informal slum settlements shape future architectural interventions? Abel Feleke reports from Rio de Janeiro.
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Study Tour visits the Bagsvaerd Church in Copenhagen –Jørn Utzon’s first commission on his return to Denmark, having withdrawn from his work on the Sydney Opera House.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.
The ‘incremental’ approach to delivering affordable housing works in South America. Would it work in Australia?
Parckfarm is an interactive project in Brussels, Belgium that invites visitors to explore new park typologies through art installations, agricultural performances, workshops and community gardens.
A visit to Medellín, to explore how architecture is helping to change what was once one of the world’s most violent cities.
Widely credited as Melbourne’s first laneway bar, Meyers Place initiated by Six Degrees Architects, is set to close following the expiration of its lease.
Green Flag Awards are given to parks that demonstrate high horticultural standards, cleanliness, sustainability, community involvement and a warm welcome.
The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) has announced the shortlisted teams in a competition to design the 2017 Architecture Commission.
A carefully considered rebuilding of a coastal semidetached home by Jason Gibney Design Workshop.
JCB, Aspect and SJB-designed 20-storey, mixed-use building in Melbourne would be built over an active railway line.
Australian Institute of Architects National President Ken Maher’s address to federal politicians on the critical role of architecture in delivering affordable living.
The Victorian government has announced the winner of a competition to design the redevelopment of Frankston Railway Station in Melbourne’s south-east.
ArchitectureAU takes a look at the four unsuccessful shortlisted proposals from the 2016 competition, which included a “technicoloured tensile cloud” and a space for communal public sleeping.