Tobias Titz is a freelance photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. Over the last ten years he has worked for a range of local and international magazines and commercial clients.
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Could the messiness of life be the key to living in extremely dense spaces? An exhibition at RMIT Design Hub Gallery explores urbanism in Asian cities.
In the western suburbs of Melbourne, a landmark mosque designed by Glenn Murcutt and Elevli Plus assumes a contemporary architectural language that abstracts the conventional symbols of Islamic places of worship.
In 2012, Parlour published its first and devastating statistical portrayal of the loss of women from the architecture profession and their sparseness at senior levels. What progress has been made since then?
After attending an event marking an extraordinary moment in which women are leading every architecture school in Victoria, Pia Ednie-Brown asks if there is unseen value in diversity.
An exhibition currently running at RMIT Design Hub sees women working in an expanded field of architecture “broadcast” their work from the gallery.
Robin Boyd’s resolve to do “better with less” still remains as relevant today. Rory Hyde evaluates the RVIA Small Homes Service’s legacy and its potential application to today’s increasingly diffused cities.
The Lyon Foundation has announced it has appointed Fleur Watson as executive curator of the new Lyon Housemuseum Galleries.