The Maitland Riverlink building by CHROFI is simultaneously a grand “sculptural gateway” arch and a “public living room.”
A diverse mix of speakers drawn from around the world has been announced for the 2018 National Architecture Conference.
Christou Design Group will design an extension to Hotel Rottnest that will incorporate 80 new rooms, two pools, a restaurant, function facilities, a new reception, a spa and a gym.
Women in Sydney, Delhi, Lima, Kampala and Madrid can now collaborate on the creation of maps that show city spaces that make them feel unsafe.
In a slow-growth forest in the Byron Bay hinterland, the final dwelling in a collection of powerful, monumental concrete structures has been completed – all designed to endure.
Responding eloquently to its lightly forested, sloping site, this earth-toned house has been split into two, with a bathing and sleeping pavilion sitting above an open-plan living space.
Rachel Hurst reviews the National Gallery of Victoria’s “blockbuster” inaugural NGV Triennial exhibition, with works from more than 100 contributors from 32 countries.
ArchitectureAU takes a look at the new and significantly redeveloped sporting facilities playing host to the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
Fifteen projects in this category have advanced to the 2018 Houses Awards.
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 proportion of women to men in architecture and associated professions is low. Can cities not designed by women really meet their needs?
- Uneasy heritage: Australia’s modern church buildings are disappearing
- University of New England: criticism of Robb College demolition based on ‘incorrect assumptions’
- Parlour and gender equity in Australian architecture: Where to from here?
- For what shall it profit a city if it loses its civic soul? A plea to preserve Melbourne’s Fed Square
- Design of Apple Fed Square requires a fundamental rethink
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.
Stegbar has capitalized on the current trend for monochrome bathroom fixtures, hardware and accessories with its new Grange Black Showerscreen range.
Tabl by Australian architect Nick Flutter is a set of adjustable legs that can convert any flat surface into a table.
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.
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.
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.