Melbourne-based John Wardle Architects will open a studio in Sydney.
Ninotschka Titchkosky and Neil Logan will be co-CEOs of BVN’s studios worldwide.
The City of Newcastle’s distinctive brutalist offices, originally designed Romberg and Boyd and Wilson and Suters, will be transformed into a luxury hotel after the council sold the building.
Anthony Gill Architects has designed a series of rectilinear boxes for a food hall that challenges Kengo Kuma’s circular geometry for the Darling Exchange building.
Light-filled and airy, this dwelling by Tzannes re-imagines the suburban home and experiments with new modes of multi-generational living.
This purposefully recessive, distinctively contemporary alteration and addition to a rundown bungalow by MODO celebrates the house’s architectural lineage while providing room for modern living.
Tarrawarra Museum of Art is now playing host to an exhibition of works by Australian artists Patricia Piccinini and Joy Hester.
At the Business of Design Week in Hong Kong, a purpose-built pavilion showcased the largest-ever presentation international presentation of Victorian design.
The winners of the 2018 Eat Drink Design Awards were announced at a ceremony in Melbourne on 13 November.
Emerging designer Alana Cooke enjoys designing within small spaces and prides herself on forming genuine friendships through her work.
The architect behind a digital start-up launching in December wants to create the “Uber” for spatial information.
Architect and urban designer Christopher Procter was blessed with a “perfect cocktail of humility, humour, intelligence, energy and empathy.”
In remembrance one of New Zealand’s most quietly influential architects.
Philip Leeson, ACT Chapter President of the Australian Institute of Architects, argues that the federal government’s plans to demolish and replace the Denton Corker Marshall-designed Anzac Hall in Canberra at a cost of $498 million are “unnecessary and wasteful.”
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?
Artedomus has introduced two new products to its natural stone collection.
Taubmans has identified Night Watch, a shade “encompassing the tones of a dense tropical jungle,” as the Colour of the Year for 2019.
A new stone surface now available in Australia pairs an elegant aesthetic with robust performance.
Yee by Metrica is a new storage system released by Australian brand SP01.
New York-founded architecture firm Open has designed a contemporary art museum that is carved into a dune along a beach in Qinhuangdao, north-eastern China.
Dutch and Brazilian practice Kaan Architecture has designed a crematorium in Belgium intended to comfort and soothe.
A newly elected governing alliance for the Swedish capital has signed an agreement to drop plans for an Apple retail outlet at a prominent park in central Stockholm.
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.