This issue of Architecture Australia includes a provocative and theoretically rich suite of projects from across the Asia-Pacific region. A stalled resort on the Pacific …
The unfinished Vanuatu resort by Kristin Green: a photographic exhibition by Peter Bennetts.
A mesmerizing urban pantheon based on big ideas, local context and the geometry of puzzles.
BVN Donovan Hill benchmarks the emerging building typology of translational research centres.
Neeson Murcutt Architects and Sue Barnsley Design embed memory and art into a Sydney urban space.
Workshop Architecture’s old school thinking in a new building designed for flexibility.
WOHA’s manifesto of “breathing architecture” is realized in a Singapore hotel with its own ecosystem.
New models of urban development: Brickstarter, CitiNiche and other examples of digital democracy
Darren Bilsborough explores biophilic urbanism as a way of increasing quality of life without increasing tax.
From Architecture Australia’s 2013 Dossier on urbanism and sustainability.
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