The roadside amenities block assumes the guise of a confident civic landmark in the hands of BKK Architects.
A semipermanent intervention on the front lawn of Tasmania’s MONA by Monash University’s Design-Make program.
A pavilion by Lahznimmo Architects brings the glamour back to Tamarama beach in Sydney.
A homeopathic laboratory, dispensary, book-shop and residence in one.
PHTR Architects transforms the humble shed into a glimmering architectural object.
Two monumental ‘sheds’ by CHROFI are part of a landscape regeneration project in northern NSW.
A temporary venue for public events in Christchurch by the charitable trust, Gap Filler.
Kounkuey Design Initiative in Kibera, Kenya: Transforming a polluted river corridor.
A backyard garage and atelier completes the renovation of a Melbourne home by Make Architecture.
Sinatra Murphy’s tribute in country Victoria becomes a powerful medium for the sharing of stories.
The coolest ever river-cat starts the quirky MONA experience at the dock in Hobart.
Paul Morgan Architects crowns an iconic Melbourne market with a pragmatic and elegant roof.
A brick spillway by Monash Architecture and Hiroshi Nakao reflects rhythms of human occupation.
Wood/Marsh Architecture explores architectural form-making, materiality and the possibilities of site.
The undulating lines of Affect-T take form inside a Hong Kong high-rise apartment.
The organic forms of this Hong Kong apartment by Affect-t are the result of international connections and productions.