A prefabricated “innovation” building made from engineered timber and designed by Architectus has opened at Macquarie University in Sydney.
A proposal, designed by FJMT, would add a seven storey office tower to the roof of a 20th century warehouse and convert a former substation into a public events space.
The City of Bayside has begun a study of mid-century modernist architecture in the southeastern Melbourne suburbs of Beaumaris and Blackrock.
An inner-city library, treehouse-inspired school and beachside public toilet block are among the winners of the 2017 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards.
This beachside home by Stuart Tanner Architects is precise without being overly fussy, facilitating a relaxed lifestyle with a measured sense of order and grandeur.
Built in 1985, this home by Biltmoderne presents a poetic integration of architecture, water and landscape, both reinforcing and contradicting the local mudbrick tradition.
Nicholas Skepper reviews the 2017 Practice in Research/Research in Practice symposium in Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
Curated by Anita Panov and Andrew Scott of Panovscott, A Small Exhibition, currently on show at the Tin Sheds Gallery at The University of Sydney, asks us to question how much space we really need to live comfortably.
From a record number of entries, 72 projects have been shortlisted for the 2017 National Architecture Awards.
Christina Cho, an associate at Cox Architecture, has been awarded the Australian Institute of Architects 2017 Queensland Emerging Architects Prize.
ARM Architecture’s Ian McDougall speaks with Natalie Bradburn about architecture, practice and “fetishization of the detail.”
A pursuit of conceptual and aesthetic clarity and an ability to solve problems thoughtfully are evident in the residential work of Grieve Gillett Andersen.
Stuart Harrison remembers architect Nick Searle of Searle x Waldron.
Cities aren’t just a male creation, but women’s contributions have been sidelined. Kerry Brown and Dorothy Wardale argue there are ways we can rediscover and restore these women to their rightful place in the stories of our cities.
- Sustainable cities? Australia’s building and planning rules stand in the way of getting there
- Airbnb and empty houses: who’s responsible for managing the impacts on our cities?
- Sydney’s Cloud Arch critics and our mean-spirited approach to public art
- Saving Sirius has nothing to do with sexiness or leftist ideology, it’s the rule of law
- Saving Sirius: why heritage protection should include social housing
A new podcast series explores the hurdles and triumphs emerging architects experience as they embark on establishing their own practices.
Polyflor has greatly expanded its range timber-look vinyl flooring planks with the Affinity flooring collection.
An Australian start-up has unveiled a pilot plant that converts the carbon dioxide produced by a nearby mine into useable building material.
The Breaking Ground collection of plank carpet tiles by Carpets Inter can be used independently or as coordinates to “landscape” any floor.
Available in five colours, the new matt range has been designed to be a versatile part of the architect’s toolkit.
Visits to two iconic utopian housing schemes – Walden 7 in Barcelona and the Barbican in London – prompted the 2017 Dulux Study Tour group to question on the role architecture in forging communities and how this has changed over time.
The 2017 Dulux Study Tour group discovers how Prague’s history has been recorded in its architecture, creating a layering of distinct styles and movements.
Is MVRDV’s“sky garden” Seoul’s answer to New York’s High Line or a “giant marketing stunt” derived from a process of “shape throwing”? Landscape Australia editor Ricky Ray Ricardo paid a visit.
In London for the second leg of the 2017 Dulux Study Tour, the group find themselves searching for “authentic moments of connection where [they] could feel the human scale.”