In 2056 Sydneysiders will live in a “metropolis of three cities,” no more than thirty minutes from services and jobs, according to the Draft Greater Sydney Region Plan.
Sixty historic and architecturally significant buildings will open to the public on 4 and 5 November for Sydney Open.
The award-winning Bowen Place Crossing by Lahznimmo and Spackman Mossop Michaels is one of the subjects of an exhibition of work by artist Chris Oates.
Unable to secure the required government support, Sydney’s bid to become the World Design Capital in 2020 has been defeated.
Combining a kinetic timber facade and a typology more often associated with slick glass, FJMT has created this “sublime” office tower that is tuned to the history of its harbour-side site and is “intrinsically Sydney.”
An existing building, playground and laneway have been radically recast and creatively integrated, thanks to Andrew Burges Architects’ design for a new childcare and community facility in the densely knit Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst.
Stuart Harrison reviews Dickson and Platten Architects: 1950-2000, an exhibition covering the life and work of two of Adelaide’s most significant contributors to Australian modernism.
Presented by Openhaus as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival, Glow: Monarch Lane framed the urban realm in new light.
Fourteen projects were recognized in the 2017 NSW Country Division Architecture Awards.
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.
Over the last ten years, Bower Architecture has carefully refined its collection of signature elements and spatial techniques to create houses with “completeness and specificity about them.”
Christina Cho, an associate at Cox Architecture, has been awarded the Australian Institute of Architects 2017 Queensland Emerging Architects Prize.
ARM Architecture’s Ian McDougall speaks with Natalie Bradburn about architecture, practice and “fetishization of the detail.”
Sandra Kaji O’Grady argues the Australian government’s funding cuts to higher education risk harming the global esteem of Australian architects, academics and graduates.
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- Sustainable cities? Australia’s building and planning rules stand in the way of getting there
- Airbnb and empty houses: who’s responsible for managing the impacts on our cities?
- Sydney’s Cloud Arch critics and our mean-spirited approach to public art
- Saving Sirius has nothing to do with sexiness or leftist ideology, it’s the rule of law
A new podcast series explores the hurdles and triumphs emerging architects experience as they embark on establishing their own practices.
Drawing on its European heritage, the San Selmo brick range from Austral Bricks offers three new collections to the Australian market.
Vola’s factory in Horsens, Denmark, opened its doors to architects, specifiers and media for the 2017 Rising Architecture Week in September.
Artedomus has introduced a suite of ceramic tiles, based on the colour theory developed by French modernist architect Le Corbusier, to Australia.
Polyflor has greatly expanded its range timber-look vinyl flooring planks with the Affinity flooring collection.
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 on the role architecture in forging communities and how this has changed over time.
The 2017 Dulux Study Tour group discovers how Prague’s history has been recorded in its architecture, creating a layering of distinct styles and movements.