Branch Studio’s chapel forges a new connection between two suburban schools, serving dual purpose as a sacred and a civic space.
Denton Corker Marshall’s Visitor Centre is an ethereal counterpoint to the enduring presence of Stonehenge.
Room 11 completes its award-winning work at the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park in Tasmania.
After an extensive conservation program, the 130-year-old building reopened in March 2013.
In Canberra’s centenary year, we revisit AA’s review of the NGA extension by PTW.
Japan’s robust Australia House by Andrew Burns shows simplicity is a complex affair.
A small civic structure in Mildura by Bellemo & Cat with Hansen Landscape Architects.
Moby Dick meets the Time Machine at LAVA’s Martian Embassy for the Sydney Story Factory.
A new centre by Croxon Ramsay in Laurimar, Victoria, is a fulcrum for a new Melbourne housing estate.
An award-winning project by FJMT redefines monumentality in public architecture.
Harmer Architecture congregates church, factory, house and Polynesian pavilion.
Searle × Waldron makes a grand stand in the city of Ballarat.
Kerry Hill Architects’ State Theatre Centre for Perth celebrates transparency, opacity and the urban experience.
A gallery addition by FJMT and Archimedia invites graceful navigation through New Zealand’s largest art collection.
Three different writers explore the labyrinthine, landmark project by Fender Katsalidis in Hobart.
A valuable and historic national project is treated with solemnity and respect while embracing context and symbolism.
Challenging the assumption that the home is a private entity, Lyons combines public museum and private house.
The World Expo in Shanghai is a showground of ephemeral structures for pleasure.
On the city fringe of Sydney, FJMT has produced a finely considered piece of public architecture.
Stanic Harding’s small insertion at Sydney Park makes a significant contribution to the amenity of the area.
A new living room for Junee – Workshop 1 Dunn + Hillam Architects’ efficient and engaging library.