Designed by Gray Puksand, Prahran High School is one of Victoria’s – and Australia’s – first vertical schools.
A team comprising Tzannes and Blight Rayner Architecture has won a design excellence competition for a vertical campus for two Sydney universities in Parramatta.
Perth’s Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) has approved a development application for a 30-storey office tower for Perth’s Elizabeth Quay designed by Hassell.
A proposal for the redevelopment of Subiaco’s former Pavilion Markets, which includes a 24-storey mixed-use tower, has been endorsed by council.
The unusual obstacle of an underground sewer line bisecting this South Fremantle block has led to a nuanced architectural treatment and a house brimming with moments of unexpected delight.
Located on an exposed corner in Melbourne’s Brighton, this uncompromising new house by Chamberlain Architects was conceived as a “concrete bunker,” with luxurious, private space washed in light by multiple skylights.
To mark the centenary of Boyd’s birth, ArchitectureAU looks back at his most enduring legacy, residential architecture, through four of his houses.
From modernist masterpieces to contemporary compact living, ArchitectureAU rounds up five award-winning and exemplary homes for the holidays.
The winners of the 2018 Eat Drink Design Awards were announced at a ceremony in Melbourne on 13 November.
Don Watson remembers the life and work of Queensland architect Geoffrey Pie, who passed away on New Year’s Eve.
Make Architecture skilfully balances the public life of the city and the private domain in its growing suite of carefully considered, highly crafted residential projects.
Alison Brooks, principal and creative director of Alison Brooks Architects, sat down with Donald Bates to discuss her career beginnings, philosophy, and her award-winning projects.
Emerging designer Alana Cooke enjoys designing within small spaces and prides herself on forming genuine friendships through her work.
While property sector seems to be offering its version of “thoughts and prayers” following the Neo200 fire the we have known of the risk for years and the problem can be rectified.
- Selling Sirius would be a ‘grave mistake’
- Buildings produce 25% of Australia’s emissions. What will it take to make them ‘green’ – and who’ll pay?
- There are lessons to be drawn from the cracks that appeared in Sydney’s Opal Tower
- Hands off Anzac Hall
- Sydney Opera House: Celebrating and protecting an Australian icon
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?
Danish bathroom ware manufacturer D Line has collaborated with Bjarke Ingels Group to create a new contemporary series characterised by playful, elliptical shapes and tactile materiality.
The high-performance cladding is available in a range of interlocking weatherboard profiles suitable for a wide variety of project types.
Leading British designer Lee Broom will present an immersive exhibition for Space Furniture to accompany the release of a new and a series of design talks in Australia and Singapore.
Driven and passionate, Maison&Objet’s 2019 Designer of the Year Sebastian Herkner creates pieces that aren’t necessarily what’s expected, giving his work a playful edge.
Bill McKay discovers the historic huts left behind from previous Antarctic explorers’ efforts to reach the South Pole.
Marnie Morieson visits some of São Paulo’s best-known examples of radical brutalism and ruminates on the role architecture can play in fostering a fairer, more equal society.
In this postcard from San Francisco, Sydney architect Virginia Waller reflects on the “heroic modernism” of the city’s striking cathedral, the towering Transamerica pyramid and a famous gift store designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
The owner of a Richard Neutra-designed house in San Fransisco, which was illegally demolished, has been ordered to reconstruct an exact replica.