The largest ever international presentation of Victorian design is on its way to Business of Design Week in Hong Kong.
Jim Fitzpatrick Architects and Conrad Gargett have completed a glazed conference facility in the Papua New Guinean capital of Port Moresby.
An interactive sound pavilion at the State Library of New South Wales allows visitors to “listen” to paintings from the library’s collection.
Conrad Gargett has completed the redevelopment of a theatre in South Brisbane for Queensland Theatre.
With care for Country a critical aspect of its design, the krakani lumi standing camp is Taylor and Hinds Architects’ poetic and evocative interpretation of the traditional shelters built by Tasmania’s Aboriginal people.
An unusual Victorian terrace house with ties to Ned Kelly and the Eureka Stockade has been sensitively updated, with a geometrically imaginative addition creating new living space while respecting the original house’s character.
Work Place / Work Life, the annual workplace design forum that is part of the Design Speaks program, threw diverse perspectives and knowledge backgrounds into the turbulent discourse of workplace strategy and design.
Luke Tipene and Campbell Drake, lecturers at the University of Technology Sydney, in the Faculty of Design Architecture and Building, reflect on Joshua Smith’s Urban Decay Exhibition.
The Australian Institute of Architects has announced the winners of the 2018 NSW Country Division 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.
The need to meaningfully engage with mental health in architecture is clear, but what can we do? One possibility is to enhance student and practitioner autonomy by applying our skills to non-traditional problems.
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In 2012, Parlour published its first and devastating statistical portrayal of the loss of women from the architecture profession and their sparseness at senior levels. What progress has been made since then?
Australian furniture District brought Nevio Mattiazzi and sales director Cristina Salvati to Australia in September for the Conversations at District speaking series.
PGH Bricks’ new line of sandstone-style bricks are handcrafted in Australia and offer a novel, complex look for new homes.
Active 2.0 is a photocatalytic coating developed specifically for Maximum Australia’s pressed porcelain panels that reduces indoor nitrogen oxide (NOx) and volatile organic compound (VOC) levels.
Rogerseller introduces a new collection of bathroom vanity units designed by Nick Johnston in partnership with Italian manufacturer Falper.
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.