Linda Cheng is Editor of ArchitectureAU.com. She has written more than 750 articles covering architecture and design in Australia and around the world. Linda completed a Bachelor of Planning and Design (Architecture) at the University of Melbourne and has worked at a small architecture practice in Melbourne. Linda has also contributed to Australian architecture and design magazines including Architecture Australia, Houses, Artichoke, DQ, and the National Gallery of Victoria’s Gallery magazine. She was previously deputy editor/art director of Furnishing International and editorial assistant of Indesign and Habitus magazines.
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A new $32 million building at the edge of Melbourne’s Albert Park Lake will include a function centre, theatre and community hub.
Australia is not equipped to deal with the climate crisis. Architects need to rediscover their collective voice and agency.
A funding dispute kept the winning design for Parramatta Aquatic Centre under wraps for more than a year.
A proposal for a 13-storey extension of the QT hotel in Sydney by Candalepas Associates has been submitted to the City of Sydney.
Twenty-five baked representations of Melbourne’s architectural icons battled each other in the University of Melbourne’s “Bake, Batter, Build” competition.
Characterized by an undulating roof, the new Woodcroft Neighbourhood Centre by Carter Williamson Architects is set to become a civic landmark for the local area.
The Australian Institute of Architects’ survey found that “novation is no longer working optimally” and that “the principle allocating risk to the best person to manage it appears to be eroded.”
Applications are now open for the 2020 Australian Institute of Architects’ Dulux Study Tour, a coveted 10-day European architectural tour for five emerging architects.