Brett Boardman is a commercial photographer with a degree in architecture from the University of Sydney and is a key collaborator for Terroir. He graduated from Architecture at the University of Sydney and had a stunningly short career. Unable to escape architecture, he now spends all of his time photographing it.
Brett Boardman's Latest contributions
BVN has completed a new library and community hub in the Sydney suburb of Marrickville that features a soaring interior and a folding roof canopy.
An art exhibition now on at the Penrith Regional Gallery uses video, photography, sculpture and installation works to pose a number of questions about how we understand our right to housing.
The Architecture Symposium, Sydney, a one-day symposium, will interrogate the state of Australian cities. In particular, how individually successful projects collectively contribute to the quality of public spaces.
In the south-west Sydney suburb of Punchbowl, the ritualistic and formal traditions of the Islamic faith find contemporary expression in a monumental ode to prayer.
Armed with a finely crafted material palette that evokes memory and invites patina, Sydney practice Panov Scott Architects creates thoughtful architecture that embraces people and the pattern of the city.
In this temporary education building by Architectus, which requires flexibility of use, prefabrication and swift construction offer a design-driven vision for the demountable building of the future.
Forty-one Australian projects and 11 architecture and design practices are among hundreds of projects and studios longlisted for the 2019 Dezeen Awards.
Adelaide’s Festival of Architecture and Design will this year invite attendees to question what we need or want from our domestic spaces with an “Ideas of Home” theme.