The conversion of a community centre by Collins and Turner in inner Sydney redefines the green roof.
Swanston Academic Building by Lyons raises questions larger than architecture says Professor Des Smith.
Swanston Academic Building is right at home among the canopies, chaos and pockets of calm on this pivotal thoroughfare writes Paul Walker.
As part of a larger renewal program, Richards and Spence revitalizes a building on Brisbane’s James Street retail precinct.
The notion of place is the starting point for three South Australian schools by Tridente Architects.
On Tasmania’s Bruny Island, Shearers Quarters by John Wardle Architects makes a transformational link from past to future.
Ben Hewett talks to Timothy Moore about solving big-picture problems of the built environment.
Rachel Smith talks with Timothy Moore about solving big-picture problems of the built environment.
An AA Roundtable interview with Foresight Leader Stuart Candy.
As collaborators in city-making, architects bring invaluable multi-scalar thinking to the table.
Architectural practice can be expanded through a fine control of the toolset.
Canadian architect and artist Philip Beesley talks to Timothy Moore about architecture that responds to setting.
The convergence of construction and manufacturing technology gives architects greater control.
How should architects learn? In an age of frontier technologies, the future of architecture is a dynamic system of relationships.
Pritzker Prize-winner Wang Shu talks to Helen Norrie about his quiet revolution in China.
The 2012 National Architecture Conference allowed architects to step outside their daily practice and drink in some inspiration.
Madrid-based architecture duo Iñaki Ábalos and Renata Sentkiewicz talk to Rachel Hurst.
Monash University masters students critique the use — or misuse — of the hero shot in selling architecture.
A review of the Brian Klopper Architectural Projects exhibition held in Perth, 2012 tells us much about the man.
When considering detail, attention to human scale is key, writes Virginia Kerridge.