Think Space guest curator Adrian Lahoud launches Past Forward architecture competition in 2012.
Australian and international architects and artists speculate on a new relationship to energy in an Amsterdam exhibition.
A community building by Jackson Clements Burrows raises the bar for recreational projects.
A civic building by Bolles and Wilson in the Dutch city of Haarlem straddles the eras, defying progress.
An amenities block in Canberra’s parliamentary triangle by Townsend and Associates Architects stands alone.
A public housing project in Dandenong, Victoria, by Bent Architecture, tests residential boundaries.
A row of townhouses by Six Degrees Architects in Melbourne’s inner north gives parkland over to the public.
Timothy Hill, John Macarthur and Naomi Stead in conversation about the promotion of Queensland architecture.
Andrew Leach looks at the extreme form of the Gold Coast as an architectural challenge that cannot be ignored.
A new addition by Lyons Architecture on Melbourne’s Swanston Street opens up a reflection on Victorian architecture.
Sandra Kaji-O’Grady reviews More: the Architecture of Lyons.
The legacy of Canberra’s National Gallery and the High Court of Australia buildings, by Mark Raggatt.
A record of the aspirations and challenges behind the design of Canberra’s National Gallery of Australia.
A full listing of the winners of the 2012 ACT architecture awards, with a comment from jury chair Roger Pegrum.
A full listing of the 2012 winners in the Northern Territory Architecture Awards, with a comment from jury chair Melanie Dodd.
The 2012 South Australian Architecture Awards were announced at Elder Hall in Adelaide on 7 July, 2012.
The 2012 Tasmanian Architecture Awards from the Australian Institute of Architects.
The 2012 Victorian Architecture Awards were announced on 29 June, held at Crown Palladium in Melbourne.
The framing of glass with fabricated steel is an ongoing experiment for John Wardle Architects.
Architect Paul Porjazoski and Architecture Australia editor Timothy Moore talk to residents at Living Places.