Brian Zulaikha’s foreword to the May 2012 issue of Architecture Australia.
Timothy Moore’s introduction to the May 2012 issue of Architecture Australia.
A selection of up-and-coming and unbuilt projects from Australian architects.
Denton Corker Marshall has been selected to design a permanent Australia Pavilion in Venice’s Giardini della Biennale.
A Sydney workshop held in conjunction with London’s Architectural Association explores inflatable buildings.
Provocative thoughts and comment about women architects, from 1975 to today.
Malcolm Middleton Architects and AECOM add a human dimension to civic infrastructure.
A new centre by Croxon Ramsay in Laurimar, Victoria, is a fulcrum for a new Melbourne housing estate.
Croxon Ramsay’s Laurimar Community Activity Centre is located in one of Melbourne’s fastest-growing municipalities.
The aspirations of a private school on Sydney’s North Shore are articulated by Bligh Voller Nield.
A diverse public project in Perth combines domestic and institutional qualities.
The undulating lines of Affect-T take form inside a Hong Kong high-rise apartment.
A downturn in economic activity offers a moment to take stock and to reassess the future in the face of changing expectations.
The service of architecture for the public good can be a gift without expectation of reward.
Women’s involvement in architecture is not only about social justice, it’s an economic imperative.
Finding a balance between economics and design: how architects can shape market forces.
Anna Tweeddale asks ‘can experimentation be given a higher value in the lexicon of Australian cities?’
As he flees Barcelona for Mexico, architect Mario Ballesteros pens a flurried postcard.
Artists Bianca Hester and Tom Nicholson explored and interrogated chimneys and walls at Federation Square during November 2011.
AWF avoids uninformed knee-jerk responses in its not-for-profit work by ensuring the local community plays a central role.
The austere Queenslander aesthetic can be a template for measuring detail, write Owen and Vokes.