Tonkin Zulaikha Greer’s winning design for a new UTS industry hub is a modern reinterpretation of Neo-Gothic architecture.
Five projects by Australian architects are among the 62 longlisted for the Royal Institute of British Architects’ RIBA International Prize.
The NSW Architects Registration Board is seeking designs for a reimagined Architects Medallion that better reflects the realities of modern architectural practice.
Melbourne’s 2017 MPavilion, designed by David Gianotten and Rem Koolhaas of OMA, will be host to a series of family-friendly installations.
Conceived as a celebration of granite, this home by B.E Architecture simultaneously evokes a sense of solid permanence and a contradictory feeling of lightness and warmth.
A modernist-inspired rural retreat, this semidetached pavilion by Branch Studio Architects responds meaningfully to its landscape and to the trees that determined its design.
A collaboration between an architect, researcher and artist, Moments of Place at Perth’s Paper Mountain gallery dealt with ideas of place and the imagined audience.
A new history of the 125-year old Conrad Gargett lays out the ways the practice has shaped Queensland’s architectural fabric.
Celebrating Australia and New Zealand’s best hospitality design.
“The culture of architecture school is preparing students for the exploitative culture of the workplace,” says architect and pro-vice-chancellor of London’s Central Saint Martins, Jeremy Till.
Renowned Dutch jewellery and industrial designer Gijs Bakker has a career that spans more than fifty years and a body of work with an amorphous design ethic.
Collaboration and social value are driving forces for Melbourne practice Croxon Ramsay, which, over a decade, has built a reputation for innovative civic design.
Torben Madsen is head of design at Link Arkitektur, the practice behind Vola’s tapware and accessories since 2006. He says we all have an obligation to stop making things that we just throw away.
Katrina Raynor considers the innovations behind a portable housing project designed to house the homeless in Melbourne, which represents a scalable response to Australia’s urgent social and affordable housing needs.
- Hastings Pier has proved that local people can take control of the regeneration agenda – and win
- Building architectural bridges to connect civilizations
- Freeing up the huge areas set aside for parking can transform our cities
- Attitudes to medium-density living are changing in Sydney and Melbourne
- Access to architectural education threatened under proposed funding cuts
A new podcast series explores the hurdles and triumphs emerging architects experience as they embark on establishing their own practices.
In delivering the University of Wollongong’s newest student accommodation called Bangalay, GroupGSA has designed a building more akin to an upscale apartment complex, with high-quality finishes adding durability.
iGuzzini’s Laser Blade XS, the smallest in the Blade family of superslim luminaires, took home the Interior Luminaire of the Year Award at the 2017 Lux Awards.
Cult has recently introduced Danish design brand VIPP to Australia.
Polyflor has greatly expanded its Expona line of flooring products with Expona Commercial, a comprehensive range of floor coverings that marry functionality with a dizzying number of colours, patterns and textures.
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.
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 the role architecture plays in forging communities and how this has changed over time.