An unassuming factory building in Penrith, western Sydney – the only Australian building designed by American modernist architect Marcel Breuer – has been sold to a new owner.
The Australian Institute of Architects has welcomed spending on health and education in the NSW budget, but questioned the lack of focus on housing.
A boardwalk designed by Hill Thalis Architecture with Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture and McGregor Westlake Architecture will harness the “spatial drama” of the Parramatta river.
The winners of the Design Institute of Australia’s 2018 Australian Graduate of the Year Awards have been announced.
Marking arrival at this post-industrial township on Tasmania’s east coast, the Triabunna Gatehouse by Gilby and Brewin Architecture is a “visual feast,” inscribed with complex narratives of a place in flux.
The Australian Embassy Bangkok, designed by BVN, explores the narrative potential of architecture through a visceral juxtaposition of Australian and Thai precedents.
Grace Mortlock and David Neustein of Other Architects reveal their top ten pavilions and exhibits at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, plus a bonus not ranked section.
Nicole Kalms assembles a list of some of the most unmissable projects by women at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.
The Australian Institute of Architects has announced the winners of the 2018 ACT Architecture Awards.
Rigorous analyses of Queensland’s distinct housing typology and a subtle approach to challenging norms underpin Matthew Eagle of ME’s work. His inventive residential architecture brings the suburban fabric to the fore.
Phoebe Goodwin provides insights on her humanitarian work with UNHCR in refugee camps in Bangladesh, Greece, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and elsewhere.
James Colman remembers Australian architectural educator Norman Edwards who left his mark on young architects all over the world.
Architect, brand developer and businessperson Jan O’Connor co-founded the highly successful tea retail business T2.
Janina Gosseye and Isabelle Doucet expound on residential architecture’s activist potential and the tensions navigated by architects who design their own domestic projects.
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- To design safer parks for women, city planners must listen to their stories
- Cross-pollination, migration, adaptation: Australia’s fragile grasslands at the Venice Biennale
- We need to stop innovating in Indigenous housing and get on with Closing the Gap
In response to Shaun Carter’s call to reintroduce a fee guide for architects, John Held says the problem runs much deeper than continuous fee cutting.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen’s selection of favourite products from the 2018 Denfair show.
Artedomus has launched a new brand, New Volumes, which explores and “pushes the boundaries” of one natural material: Elba stone.
Australian wood-based panel product distributor Gunnersen has introduced a new integrated wireless charging system for cabinetry and furniture.
Quick Step has launched a new range of chevron patterns to its timber floor collection.
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.