The State Library of Victoria has opened the first of its redeveloped spaces as part of Vision 2020 an $88.1 million transformation designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen and Architectus.
The 2018 NSW Regional Conference will gather together some of Australia’s most innovative architects together in the town of Lovedale, near Newcastle.
A development application has been submitted for the $750 million mixed-use development surrounding Brisbane’s Albion train station, designed by Hames Sharley.
The former NSW Government Architect Peter Poulet has been appointed to the Greater Sydney Commission.
Cutting a dramatic curve through its inner-Melbourne lot, this distinctly “Wrightian” house by Multiplicity is grounded in its garden setting and built for family life.
This new apartment block by Woods Bagot with Hecker Guthrie fits neatly into the fabric of its village street, while perfectly suiting its inhabitants, who wish to simplify life.
Justin Mallia reviews Australia’s exhibition at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale and finds it “an elegant and visually striking composition” that is “eloquently composed and engagingly experiential.”
‘Repair’, the Australian exhibition at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale calls us to reflect upon environment, habitat and the cultural history within which we work as designers.
The Australian Institute of Architects has announced the shortlist for the 2018 National Architecture Awards.
Architect and author Marwa Al-Sabouni speaks about her ideas for rebuilding war-torn Syria and creating platforms for a country “hungry for knowledge.”
In Australia for the Indigenous Design Symposium in July, Johannesburg-based architect Mphethi M. Morojele spoke with ArchitectureAU about the nature of indigeneity and architecture’s role in transforming South Africa.
Self proclaimed “people’s architect” Daniel Libeskind speaks to William Feuerman about his design process, humanistic architecture and the importance of inscribing a narrative to a place.
Australia’s architectural scene is brimming with new talent. Linda Cheng chats with the young designers who make up Trias, a small emerging practice with big plans for the future.
Kirsty Volz, a PhD Candidate in architectural history at the University of Queensland, writes that the “Australian Dream” of private home ownership has fundamentally shifted, and that housing design needs to change with it.
- Housing cooperatives: Domesticity’s challenge, a call to arms
- Melbourne or Sydney? This is how our two biggest cities compare for liveability
- Put unused and ‘lazy’ land to work to ease the affordable housing crisis
- Disruptive domesticity: Housing futures and the sharing economy
- Cohousing: Driving housing innovation by changing the way we live
Held in Perth in July, the ACA’s Business of Small Practice forum provided insights and tools for architects who are launching, running or growing small practices in a transitioning economy.
Laminex’s 2018 Essastone collection a ‘new standard’ in industrial styling
Haymes Paint’s new colour forecast, Volume 11: Colour Conscience, explores how colour can have an uplifting effect and encourage people to live in a positive and responsible way.
Young designers from Lebanon have been acknowledged in the Rising Talents showcase at Maison&Objet’s September 2018 fair in Paris.
King Living has updated the design of its Jasper sofa to include a range of modern features one that expands the definition of a piece of living room furniture.
In the design and fashion capital of Italy, the participants of the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2018 Dulux Study Tour found Milan is a city that embraces the idea of “style” and how it shapes architecture.
On the Berlin leg of the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2018 Dulux Study Tour, the group visited a number of projects that demonstrated how architecture could be used as a tool for social change.
The winners of the 2018 Dulux Study Tour visited a number of world renowned architectural practices in London and got an inside look at what drives their culture.
In this postcard from Nepal, architect Virginia Waller reflects on the relationship between the country’s alpine architecture and its remarkable natural setting.