News | Rio pipped Melbourne to the post for the title of World Capital of Architecture, as part of an initiative by UNESCO and the International Union of Architects.
News | Construction has begun on the large-scale community and residential development of a site adjacent to the historic Queen Victoria Markets in central Melbourne.
News | Tzannes and Lendlease have designed a multi-purpose building constructed from Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) for the UNSW’s main campus in Kensington.
News | John Wardle Architects and NADAAA’s footbridge to the Australian Open won an award from the American Institute of Architects.
News | A proposed six-storey development at Macquarie University in Sydney will be a gateway between the university’s commercial and academic precincts.
News | The Dulux Colour Awards celebrate exceptional and innovative use of colour across commercial, public and residential projects in Australia and New Zealand.
News | The Australian Institute of Architects has appointed Julia Cambage as its new CEO.
News | Kerry Hill Architects’ Ooi House, A nationally significant example of twentieth-century “modern minimal” architecture completed in 1997, has been listed for sale.
News | The federal government and opposition have both pledged more than $200 million to “upgrade” and “improve” Kakadu National Park and support the revitalization of the park’s mining town, Jabiru.
News | An interim report of an ongoing investigation into defects in the Opal Tower in Sydney has been published by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment.
People | Philip Goad remembers the life of “one of Melbourne’s great architectural figures” – architect and writer Neil Clerehan, who passed away on 10 November 2017.
News | Architect, writer and a director of the RVIA Small Homes Service, Neil Clerehan passed away on Friday 10 November 2017.
Product | Vola’s factory in Horsens, Denmark, opened its doors to architects, specifiers and media for the 2017 Rising Architecture Week in September.
News | Neil Clerehan’s Fenner House, designed in 1964, has been added to the Victorian Heritage Register.