This issue of Architecture Australia considers how Australian architecture serves as both a symbol and an expression of the different cultural identities of each state. …
Room 11 completes its award-winning work at the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park in Tasmania.
An new integrated teaching and research facility at University of Queensland.
Two monumental ‘sheds’ by CHROFI are part of a landscape regeneration project in northern NSW.
A Queensland veterinary clinic by Owen and Vokes and Peters responds to the rural vernacular.
Bond University’s new learning centre by CRAB Studio is a triumph of the occupant over the object.
A mosaic-tiled, sculptural observatory on Australia’s most famous beach.
An ambitious scheme that transformed a fire-ravaged site into a project for the research and display of trees.
Maitiú Ward reviews a sweeping survey of Melbourne’s cultural identity, now on at the NGV.
Pritzker Prize Laureate Fumihiko Maki talks with Philip Drew.
The design review process is a fixture of architecture schools, but does it have a place in the creation of our cities?
The ambitious work of March Studio is underpinned by an abiding interest in materiality.
A competition-winning scheme for Green Square brought this young Sydney studio into the spotlight.