Francis Kéré.

Melbourne Design Week announces 2020 program

17 Dec 2019, Editorial Desk AAU

Themed “How can design shape life?” Melbourne Design Week 2020 will explore the ways in which design can reimagine our quality of life from healthy cities to the challenge of e-waste.

Domain Community Hub by Field Labs.

Editor’s picks: Open House Hobart 2019

22 Oct 2019, Editorial Desk AAU

ArchitectureAU selects some of the architectural highlights of the seventh Open House Hobart program.

A New Architects Melbourne event held during the 2017 MPavilion events season.

Expressions of interest sought for 2019 event program at Glenn Murcutt-designed MPavilion

15 May 2019, Editorial Desk AAU

The Naomi Milgrom Foundation is seeking expressions of interest from people with ideas for events for a six-month program to accompany the Glenn Murcutt-designed MPavilion.

Adrian Lahoud.

Final speaker line-up announced for 2019 Living Cities Forum

3 May 2019, Editorial Desk AAU

Speakers from the UK and France will join Glenn Murcutt, Christopher Hawthorne and Mabel O. Wilson at the 2019 Living Cities Forum in Melbourne and Sydney.

The Australian Centre of Contemporary Art by Wood Marsh.

Architecture and national identity feature in ACCA lecture series

26 Apr 2018, Editorial Desk AAU

The 2018 instalment of ACCA’s annual lecture series includes a talk on the role of architecture in shaping national identity.

"Hi-Lights" by Lot-ek, Officer Feuerman and Urban Art Projects.

Architectural ‘upcyclers’ round out The Architecture Symposium 2018 speakers

12 Feb 2018, Patrick Hunn

The founders of American-Italian practice Lot-ek are the final speakers to be announced as appearing at The Architecture Symposium 2018 on 16 March.

Accordia by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.

Peter Clegg to speak at Deerubbin conference

9 Feb 2018, Editorial Desk AAU

British architect and Stirling prize winner Peter Clegg will be among the speakers at the Architecture Foundation Australia’s March conference.

Sydney Design Festival reveals full 2018 program

Sydney Design Festival reveals full 2018 program

30 Jan 2018, Editorial Desk AAU

ArchitectureAU rounds up the architectural highlights from the 2018 Sydney Design Festival program.

A 1931 proposal from engineer Frank Vincent to create a 120-hectare artificial island in the middle of Perth Water, from Take me to the river: Alternative stories of Perth’s foreshore by Julian Bolleter.

‘A form of storytelling’: Perth Writers Week to include architecture events

25 Jan 2018, Patrick Hunn

A number of film screenings, tours, and panel discussions at the 2018 Perth Writers Week will have an architectural slant.

Beijing hutong hostel by Zao/Standardarchitecture.

Sydney Design Festival 2018 program highlights announced

16 Jan 2018, Editorial Desk AAU

The first events to be held as part of the 2018 Sydney Design Festival have been announced.

Watershed (or Workshop17) in Cape Town, South Africa by Wolff Architects.

Heinrich Wolff to speak at 2017 Australian Urban Design Awards

6 Oct 2017, LandscapeAustralia Editorial Desk

Heinrich Wolff of Wolff Architects, South Africa will give a keynote lecture on ‘network systems’ at this year’s Australian Urban Design Awards.

Tent House by Sparks House.

Tour lighthouses, a former butter factory and a tent house in the rainforest as Open House comes to the Sunshine Coast

28 Sep 2017, Patrick Hunn

The global Open House movement comes to the Sunshine Coast for the first time on 21 October, with 30 buildings opening their doors for the architecturally curious.

South Melbourne Primary School by Hayball.

Pedagogy and architecture meet at Design Speaks: Old School/New School 2017

6 Sep 2017, Editorial Desk AAU

A forum about the future of design in education, Old School/New School will bring together an international line-up of speakers from the worlds of architecture and education.

RMIT Building 8 by Edmond and Corrigan.

Free symposium honours Peter Corrigan, Edmond and Corrigan

16 Aug 2017, Patrick Hunn

A one-off symposium will see peers, colleagues and students of the late architect Peter Corrigan explore his influence of architecture and theatre design.

The Shine Dome (formerly Becker House) at the Australian Academy of Science, designed by Roy Grounds and completed in 1959.

Ideas sought for Design Canberra festival

21 Apr 2017, Editorial Desk AAU

Architects and designers are invited to participate in Design Canberra and to submit work for inclusion in an exhibition responding to the architecture of Roy Grounds’s Shine Dome.

Bondi to Bronte Coast Walk Extension by Aspect Studios.

Landscape Australia Conference fringe program announced

19 Apr 2017, Editorial Desk AAU

An exhibition on Indigenous land rights, office tours and a walk from Bondi to Bronte are among the events offered in the 2017 Landscape Australia Conference fringe program.

Melbourne Central by Kisho Kurokawa with Bates Smart and McCutcheon and Hassell, redeveloped by ARM Architecture and NH Architecture.

Australia’s Metabolist connection and a haunted asylum: the 2017 Victorian Australian Heritage Festival

4 Apr 2017, Patrick Hunn

The National Trust has unveiled the more than 180 events that will take place in Victoria over five weeks as part of the annual Heritage Festival.

Mercado Libertad in Guadalajara, the largest indoor market of Latin America, designed by Mexican architect and Holocaust survivor Alejandro Zohn. The building will be discussed in the Tokyo talk with Marika Neustupny, director of NMBW Architecture Studio.

ACCA to host Cities of Architecture lecture series

15 Feb 2017, Louisa Wright

Melbourne’s Australian Centre for Contemporary Art will host a lecture series exploring the recent architectural, urban and cultural history of some of the world’s most inspiring cities.

The AA Roundtable panel (Left–right, clockwise): Michael Keniger (chair), Ingrid Richards, Richard Coulson, Natalie Ward and Mark Damant.

AA Roundtable: Urban precincts for new world cities

22 Sep 2016, Editorial Desk AAU

AA Roundtable will explore Brisbane’s subtropical urbanity, promoting debate and discourse around key issues shaping the city today.

UTS Dr Chau Chak Wing building by Frank Gehry is host to the Architecture of Innovation talk.

Editor’s picks: Sydney Architecture Festival

28 Sep 2015, Editorial Desk AAU

Our pick of the best of the 2015 Sydney Architecture Festival events.

The New Zealand exhibition at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale.

Shortlist announced for NZ’s 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale exhibition

1 Apr 2015, ArchitectureNow Editorial Desk

Five entries shortlisted in the competition to select a creative director for New Zealand’s exhibition at 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.

Martin Rein Cano, founder of TOPOTEK 1, will be a speaker at this year's Biennial in Barcelona. Pictured: Superkilen by TOPOTEK 1, BIG and Superflex.

8th Biennial of Landscape Architecture

18 Jun 2014

Landscape Architecture Australia to participate in the International Biennial of Landscape Architecture.

The sides of the fabric ‘tent’ are imprinted with images showing the Pacific tradition of building, and its arrival and evolution in New Zealand.

New Zealand’s Pavilion in Venice

6 Jun 2014, Cameron Bruhn

Staking a claim at La Biennale Architecttura 2014, is New Zealand’s first ever pavilion – Last, Loneliest, Loveliest.

Geraldine Maher presenting at Artichoke Night School No. 13, Space showroom, Melbourne.

Defining the sustainable workplace

5 Mar 2014, Laura Held

Ideas from Artichoke Night School No. 13.

Curator/designer Simone LeAmon inspects Design In Everyday Life 2013 created with Edmund Carter.

Melbourne Now

20 Nov 2013

An exhibition celebrating the creatives shaping Melbourne’s cultural and urban landscape.

Yashar Hanstad and Andreas Gjertsen of TYIN tegnestue.

Accidental altruists

4 Nov 2013, Martyn Hook

Andreas Gjertsen of Norway’s TYIN tegnestue Architects gives the keynote at Affirmative Architecture 2013.

Danish Design at the House

Danish Design at the House

29 Oct 2013, Peter Salhani

An exhibition at the Sydney Opera House celebrates Danish design.

Aerial view of the Sydney Opera House under construction, 1966.

Hidden gems of the everyday

23 Oct 2013, Peter Salhani

Three Sydney Architecture Festival events celebrating histories great and small.

Collaborative Action Plan by CoDesign Studio and UDLA for Karawara Public Open Space.

On Forgotten Perth

14 Oct 2013

The annual Perth forum – 3 Over 4 Under – focuses in 2013 on revitalizing disused city spaces.

Cowley St Laurence Church of England Primary School & Children’s Centre by WHAT_architecture.

Affirmative Architecture

10 Oct 2013

The forum of projects with a social agenda comes to Sydney in November 2013.

RMIT Design Hub will host a talk for World Architecture Day.

Melbourne celebrates World Architecture Day

4 Oct 2013

A string of events to celebrate WAD on Monday 7 October 2013.

Green Well Building by Susan Dugdale & Associates received the The Tracy Memorial Award in the 2013 NT Architecture Awards.

Northern Territory Architecture Festival

4 Oct 2013

A month-long celebration of architecture in the Northern Territory.

Perth Arena is shortlisted in the 2013 National Architecture Awards.

WA Architecture Week

2 Oct 2013

A week-long celebration of WA architecture.

Not For Sale: architects@home: Grandstand House by Push.

Qld Architecture Week

30 Sep 2013

A week-long program of events celebrating Queensland’s architecture.

Sydney Opera House turns 40

Sydney Opera House turns 40

18 Sep 2013

A cultural events program launches the next era for Australia’s most famous house.

Michael Geissler, Wet Weather 2 Extreme.

Manual: inscriptions of the everyday

12 Sep 2013

An exhibition of work by eight Australian practitioners and artists across disciplines.

Brisbane Open House

Brisbane Open House

5 Sep 2013

Brisbane throws open the doors to seventy-one buildings around the city, 12–13 October 2013.

Battling it out at Arena Calcetto in Venice, 2012.

Arena Calcetto Sydney

20 Aug 2013

A big hit at the Australian pavilion in Venice is coming to Sydney in September 2013.

Rose Seidler House, Sydney, by Harry Seidler.

Best room in the house?

14 Aug 2013

A series of Thursday night talks curated by Sydney Living Museums at the Mint.

Canberra celebrates the Griffins’ 100 years

Canberra celebrates the Griffins’ 100 years

7 Aug 2013

The Walter Burley Griffin Society holds a mini-festival over three days in August 2013.

The Hub Melbourne office by Hassell.

Workplace/Worklife: meet the panellists

29 Jul 2013

Leading workplace thinkers in discussion at the Design Speaks forum in Sydney.