Patrick Hunn is the associate editor of ArchitectureAU. He has previously held roles with publications in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sophie Dyring, the architect of the 57 tiny houses being erected on surplus government land in Melbourne for the homeless, said empathy was key to the project.
Ahead of an appearance in Sydney, Paulette Christophersen, of Copenhagen-based practice PLH Arkitekter, explains her response to the fluidity of the modern workplace.
LAVA and Aspect Studios have designed a new park featuring sunken plazas, rainwater-harvesting “plants” and a curvaceous walkway plan inspired by the site’s history in the centre of Ho Chi Minh City.
Entries have opened for the 2020 Royal Institute of British Architects’ RIBA International Prize.
Fallingwater, Taliesin and the Guggenheim Museum in New York are among the sites making up a new UNESCO World Heritage property of works by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Open House Melbourne returns for a weekend in July with a new focus on accessibility and openness, and a companion program of events designed to “get people thinking about walking in each other’s shoes.”
The construction of the 2019 edition of the annual Serpentine Pavilion comission in London’s Kensington Gardens has been completed.
The first leg of Sydney’s new driverless Sydney Metro railway project is finished, replete with new train stations and surrounding landscapes designed by Hassell.
The City of Melbourne is currently seeking public feedback on a plan for Moonee Ponds Creek which aims to create new green public spaces and boost flood resilience.
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.