John Gollings is one of Australia’s leading architectural photographers specializing in hotels, resorts and built projects. Much of his work is in Asia and includes many years at Angkor Wat and Kashgar, on the Silk Road. He holds a master’s degree in architecture from RMIT University and is an Honorary Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects. John Gollings was Creative Director, with Ivan Rijavec, of Now + When for the Australian Pavilion at the 12th Venice Architecture Biennale.
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Karl Fender remembers his friend and colleague Roland Catalani, an architect and mentor with a natural talent and an unparalleled attention to detail.
As the city around Melbourne’s Federation Square continues to evolve, the fundamental value of the square, as the city’s main public, civic and cultural gathering place, must be maintained.
The redevelopment of a supermarket car park in Melbourne’s Prahran promised an inviting and welcoming open space. But local architect Domenic Cerantonio says the result is the exact opposite.
Designed by Jacobs and Denton Corker Marshall, this research facility housing some of the world’s most powerful biological microscopes is helping to fight chronic diseases.
In the latest annual QS World University Rankings, Australian architecture schools have fallen slightly compared with the previous year.