Peter Bennetts studied photography at RMIT. He has since travelled all over the world, first photographing environmental features and then the constructed environment. Melbourne-based, he’s a globe-roaming architectural photographer whose work appears in internationally acclaimed publications. His concerns include documenting Tuvalu, a country that is vulnerable to rising sea levels.
Peter Bennetts's Latest contributions
A recently completed urban renewal project in the northern Tasmanian city of Devonport is the largest in regional Tasmania’s history.
Kieran Wong laments the failings inherent in procuring essential work for Indigenous communities, a process in which politics, bureaucracy and a misguided push for innovation inhibit empowerment and reconciliation.
The NSW branch of the National Trust of Australia has announced the winners of the 2019 National Trust Heritage Awards in Sydney.
Openwork has completed a ‘landform’ installation in the courtyard of RMIT Design Hub in Melbourne that both provides seating and acts as a physical deterrent for vehicles.
In its expansion plan for a successful dairy business based in Northcliffe, Western Australia, Bosske Architecture has explored the architectonic potential of the farm, finding a solution that is utilitarian and agricultural, yet corporate and spectacular.