The ACT government has approved the development application for Canberra’s tallest tower and largest-ever mixed-used development designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects.
The hypothetical site for the 2018 Tapestry Design Prize for Architects has been revealed.
A dual-city concurrent seminar will explore how cities such as London and Sydney can move towards a poly-centric urban model.
Six Degrees Architects’ $130 million mixed-used residential and commercial complex for Melbourne’s Docklands is for the “new generation of workers.”
With a design described as a “lyrical interpretation” of local building styles, the massing and articulation of this multiresidential project by BKK Architects is sensitive to the scale of its suburban Melbourne context.
Informed by the memories of the original house, this alteration and addition sets the stage for family life, providing opportunities for both connection and privacy.
Phillip Nielsen reviews the 2018 Asia Pacific Architecture Forum, which took place at venues across Brisbane from 10 to 23 March.
From the conscious chaos of the Towers Road Residence garden to the restrained elegance of Fairfield House, Landscape Australia editor Emily Wong rounds up five recent projects that explore landscapes as spaces for living.
From a record-breaking pool 623 entries, 199 projects have been shortlisted across seven primary categories.
Architect, brand developer and businessperson Jan O’Connor co-founded the highly successful tea retail business T2.
Ahead of 2018 International Women’s Day – this year focused on the role women play in humanitarian planning – Kali Marnane relays what she has learnt about Australian architecture in an Indian slum.
Brian Smyth, the Australian designer of the Valiant Charger for Chrysler Australia, died in Adelaide in January 2018, aged 86.
Architecture academic and musician Simona Castricum, in advocating for a “queering” of space and practice, wants to find a place for empathy in architecture.
The University of New England explains why it is proceeding with the demolition of the mid-century modernist Robb College, designed by Michael Dysart, and argues that some of the objections to its plan are based on “incorrect assumptions.
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As part of the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum in Brisbane, the Working in Asia panel discussion was a platform for Australian women in architecture to discuss their approaches to and experiences of international practice.
Ferrari’s showroom in The Star casino in Sydney is secured by three-metre-high curving trellis security doors by the Australian Trellis Door Company.
Australian furniture store Cult has celebrated its twenty-year anniversary by unveiling an extension to its Sydney showroom, a stand-alone NAU Gallery, and a new book.
RMIT researchers have developed a self-modifying coating that could be used to manufacture windows that block heat during summer and retain heat in colder months.
New research by a team of American scientists suggests that transparent solar “panels” applied to existing windows could generate as much energy as rooftop solar units.
Teenager Mohammed Kteish is leading an initiative that combines architectural modelling with virtual reality to imagine a future Aleppo.
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.