Books on Australian architecture are well represented on the shortlist for the NGV’s international Cornish Family Prize for Art and Design Publishing.
Could tiny land sizes be a solution to housing density and affordability woes? One Gold Coast development could prove to be a case study.
ArchitectureAU rounds up the grassroots and citizen-led events that explore the ways design can benefit everyone.
ArchitectureAU rounds up the must-see architecture and design events of the 2018 Melbourne Design Week program.
A focus on craft and making provides this radically reconfigured apartment with a sense of warmth and tactile materiality, enhancing its stunning views.
With clarity of purpose and compelling spatial planning, this narrow three-level addition to a circa 1920s abode by Architect Prineas provides extra space for family life.
Melbourne has been selected as the partner for Business of Design Week 2018, ArchitectureAU reports on the 2017 program in anticipation of the focus on Melbourne’s creative sector in 2018.
Four designers discussed the value of hotel design at the recent Artichoke Night School session in Melbourne.
The Design Institute of Australia has announced nine new inductees into its Hall of Fame for 2017.
Architecture academic and musician Simona Castricum, in advocating for a “queering” of space and practice, wants to find a place for empathy in architecture.
With each new project, Louise Wright and Mauro Baracco of Baracco and Wright Architects aim to contribute to the broader urban ecology of a place.
Philip Goad remembers the life of “one of Melbourne’s great architectural figures” – architect and writer Neil Clerehan, who passed away on 10 November 2017.
An architect has been made the chair of one of Sydney’s planning panels as part of a series of appointments made by the NSW government.
Monash University’s professor of history Graeme Davison considers Melbourne’s long-held dreams for a civic square, and cautions against the proposed Apple store “may be a first perilous step down the slippery slope towards full commercialisation.”
Ahead of the Student Organised Network for Architecture’s twentieth anniversary, the group’s national president Troy Borg lays out its plans for the year ahead.
Traditional craft meets nanotechnology in these designs for everyday objects exhibited at Maison&Objet 2018.
These designs from Maison&Objet 2018 come in unexpected forms, from shapeshifting lamps to a pixelated washbasin.
Flirty ceiling lights, Dadaism and centuries-long glass making tradition are just some of the highlights at the 2018 Maison&Objet fair in Paris.
In Melbourne’s Glen Waverley, Studio Esteta has used rich, vibrant colours to give this cafe and restaurant a memorable and fresh interior.
In this postcard from Nepal, architect Virginia Waller reflects on the relationship between the country’s alpine architecture and its remarkable natural setting.
Architectural historian Bill McKay and photographer Jason Mann investigate the long-neglected architecture of the South Pacific.
MVRDV’s Winy Maas has led the creation of a program of architectural interventions and events across the Dutch city of Eindhoven as part of Dutch Design Week.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s latest project includes large-scale, site-specific sculptures intended to draw attention to borders, xenophobia and the plight of refugees.