Cameron Bruhn farewells Justine Clark as editor of Architecture Australia and welcomes the new editor Timothy Moore.
Hélène Frichot reviews a recent exhibition on the work of Chancellor and Patrick.
Claudia Perren reviews an architectural exhibition where artists and architects sought new urban solutions.
Anthony Burke reviews an authoritative reference text and guide to computational work in architecture.
Camilla Block and Gaetano Palmese remember Nick Murcutt and his spirited approach to architecture and life.
An introduction to looking at housing not just as a house, but in all its forms.
Shane Murray and Lee-Anne Khor explore the possibilities for strategic infill redevelopment to increase suburban density.
Eli Giannini outlines the forces that have shaped affordable housing in Melbourne.
Andrew Gorman-Murray and Robyn Dowling explore changing demographics and modes of domesticity.
Peter Mould reviews the first nine years of NSW’s plan to improve the design of multi-residential buildings.
Gregory Bamford reflects on Owen and Vokes’s experiments with garden-oriented development for increasing suburban density.
Diego Ramirez-Lovering and Shane Murray of the Monash Architecture Studio explore new models for housing in the suburbs.
How might architects be involved in the process of building affordable housing?
VicUrban partnered with seven practices and a volume builder to develop these models of affordable, sustainable housing.
These three social housing projects, by Fox Johnston, make the most of clever planning and robust materials.
Simon Anderson explores how industrial processes and contractors might make flexible, affordable, low-energy housing.
Whitmore Square affordable housing, by Troppo Architects, uses robust materials, considered shared spaces and sustainability.
A focus on spatial and environmental amenity drives these two western Sydney housing projects, by Redshift and Hill Thalis.
Automated window covering firm Somfy explains the importance of tailored envelopes.
Rob Malkin and Dominik Holzer consider real-time design collaboration when working with 3D digital models.
Bruno Seguin of Horiso discusses facade innovation by looking at three developments set to get 6-star Green Star ratings.