News | The City of Melbourne has become the first Australian council to receive the six-star Green Star – Communities accreditation for its Queen Victoria Market Precinct Renewal project.
Awards | The winners of the 2018 City of Port Phillip Design and Development Awards, which honour the best projects across much of Melbourne’s inner south.
News | The ACT government has approved the development application for Canberra’s tallest tower and largest-ever mixed-used development designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects.
Awards | From a record-breaking pool 623 entries, 199 projects have been shortlisted across seven primary categories.
News | A dual-city concurrent seminar will explore how cities such as London and Sydney can move towards a poly-centric urban model.
News | Six Degrees Architects’ $130 million mixed-used residential and commercial complex for Melbourne’s Docklands is for the “new generation of workers.”
News | English architect and academic Francesca Hughes has been appointed head of the UTS School of Architecture.
News | Melbourne’s first skyscraper, ICI House designed by Bates Smart McCutcheon, has been celebrated with a collectable, model on its 60th anniversary.
News | The Vic government will effectively ban certain types of combustible cladding, based on the findings of a taskforce investigating the use of the materials across the state.
Products | 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.
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.
Products | 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.