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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Lyons Architecture and Aspect Studios’ Prahan Square “puts pedestrians first” by moving an open air carpark underground.
Australian projects have picked up three awards World Architecture Festival and Inside Festival of Interiors following live presentations to judges.
The 1960s Broadmeadows town hall was saved from demolition and rejuvenated after a sensitive restoration and redevelopment designed by Kerstin Thompson Architects.
A partially sunken building that houses offices of Victoria’s member of parliament has been awarded Design of the Year by the state premier.
The Architeam Awads program celebrates the best work from small, medium and emerging practices.
Pritzker Prize laureate Glenn Murcutt’s first public project in central Melbourne was inspired by the architect’s memory of sheltering from the hot Mexican sun under the wing of a small aeroplane.
The Australian Institute of Architects has announced the winners of the 2019 National Architecture Awards at a ceremony in Brisbane.