Review | The ongoing battle to save the Sirius building is only the latest skirmish in Sydney’s The Rocks, as James Colman describes in this excerpt from The House That Jack Built, which tells the story of conservationist Jack Mundey.
News | The Parramatta North Urban Transformation Program will surround the convict-era heritage sites with 2,700 new homes.
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 | The building, currently used to provide accommodation for disadvantaged people, was built at the height of the Victorian gold rush.
News | Waverley Council made has made revision to its plans for the redevelopment of Bondi Pavilion following community feedback.
News | Australia’s first co-educational hall of residence will be demolished to make way for two new student accommodation buildings.
News | The National Trust has unveiled the more than 180 events that will take place in Victoria over five weeks as part of the annual Heritage Festival.
News | The State Library of Victoria has unveiled the designs of its $88.1-million redevelopment by Australian practice Architectus and Danish practice Schmidt Hammer Lassen.
News | BVN’s refurbishment of the Forgan Smith building at the University of Queensland transforms the historic building with a triple-height arrival volume at its centre.
News | Expressions of interest are open for the design of a history and interpretation centre for the Cascades Female Factory Site in Hobart.
News | A Robin Boyd-designed residence featuring a striking and unusual construction technique has been listed for sale.
News | The State Library of NSW will redeveloped with new gallery spaces and a children’s learning centre, following a $15-million private donation from benefactors.
News | The Queensland Heritage Council has appointed its new members for 2017, with the first ever majority female membership.
News | Stafford Moor and Farrington’s brutalist School of Molecular Bioscience (1970–73) gains heritage nod from National Trust NSW as a “fine example” of an at-risk architectural style.
News | Fremantle’s West End, covering 20 hectares and featuring 250 buildings, has been added to WA’s State Register of Heritage Places.
News | Make’s designs to transform Sydney’s government-owned historic sandstone buildings into a hotel are on exhibition for public comment.
News | The Brewery Yard, designed by Tzannes, has won an award at the 2016 UNESCO Asia Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Preservation.
News | The iconic brutalist-style Dee Why Library, designed by Edwards Madigan Torzillo and Partners and completed in 1966, will celebrate its 50th birthday on 19 November 2016.