News | The stage three redevelopment of Melbourne Park, home of the Australian Open tennis tournament, will include a new sunken court and public spaces.
News | The heritage-listed AMP tower in Sydney’s Circular Quay, which broke the city’s height limits to become Australia’s tallest building in 1962, will be refurbished by JPW.
News | Denton Corker Marshall has been appointed to design a new pedestrian and cycle bridge in Hobart that will connect two of the city’s most significant public spaces.
News | The winning design, conceived as a “land sculpture,” was described by the jury as a “powerful and relevant conceptual idea.”
News | A recently completed house in the northern beaches of Sydney designed by Glenn Murcutt has been listed for sale.
News | Grimshaw Architects has created a prototype for 19 Sydney light rail stops slated for the CBD and the south-east.
News | The NSW Minster for Planning and Housing has announced the winners of a national ideas competition to design medium-density housing.
News | The design of the $5.5 billion West Gate Tunnel Project by Wood Marsh and Tract Consultants references the Indigenous heritage and maritime history of Melbourne’s West.
News | Waverley Council made has made revision to its plans for the redevelopment of Bondi Pavilion following community feedback.
Products | ArchitectureAU rounds up some of the most noteworthy installations of 2017, which range from the futuristic to the “funtastico.”
News | A new feature film will dramatize the controversial saga behind the Sydney Opera House and the struggles of its “megalomaniac and genius” architect Jørn Utzon.
News | 2015 Festival of Landscape Architecture will cross disciplines to uncover our built environment’s social, cultural effects.
Review | Harry Catterns reports on the 2014 International Utzon Symposium (Syd) and Workshop (Tas).
Review | Four landscape architecture students explore two iconic New York parks.
News | A riverside installation by Hassell for the 2014 Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.