Neeson Murcutt Architects has designed an approachable building that engages with the public domain for this new surf life saving club on New South Wales’ mid-north coast.
Six Degrees Architects references De Stijl and late modernism in its design of this business accelerator for the burgeoning community of Melton, west of Melbourne.
Sans-Arc Studio’s innovative response to a tight site in Adelaide’s West End can be seen as an urban interpretation of a rural hut typology.
A new pavilion by FJMT at the Australian National Maritime Museum on Sydney’s Darling Harbour takes its cues from naval architecture, offering a dramatic entry experience to the museum.
Bates Smart’s twin elliptical towers in Sydney’s Olympic Park present architecture as a positive force in city life.
PHAB Architects has revived a former condensed milk factory in Toogoolawah, Queensland through considered restoration and contemporary gestures.
Facet Studio has created two awe-inspiring volumes separated by a physical and metaphorical divide for the chapel complex at Doshisha University’s Kyotanabe campus in Kyoto.
Cox Rayner Architects employs an impressive level of craft and detail to deinstitutionalize The University of Queensland’s new oral health centre.
With a nod to Adelaide High School’s 1930s design, JPE Design Studio’s New Learning Centre provides flexible and informal learning spaces.
With the aspiration to create one of the healthiest headquarters in the world, Medibank enlisted multidisciplinary design firm Hassell to create a head office where employees have freedom to choose how and where they work.
Branch Studio’s chapel forges a new connection between two suburban schools, serving dual purpose as a sacred and a civic space.
Kerry Hill Architects offers a sensitive interpretation of traditional Japanese architecture in this delightfully dramatic and welcoming hotel.
Tzannes Associates’ adaptive re-use of the former Kent Brewery in the heart of Sydney’s Central Park retains the brick facade and inserts part of a trigeneration plant that powers the neighbourhood.
A collaboration between MvS Architects and iPartnership puts “dynamic attitude” into a school building in Malaysia.
A collaboration between Broderick Architects and CODA Studio results in “something significant and joyous” for a school in WA.
For Brisbane’s new Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Conrad Gargett created an impressive suite of rooftop gardens full of drama and novelty.
The new Margaret Court Arena by NH Architecture and Populous explores the relationship between sports stadia and the city.
Hassell’s new headquarters for healthcare giant Medibank delivers a vibrant and health-centred workplace while being a hospitable neighbour to stadium-goers.
ARM Architecture’s final additions to the Shrine of Remembrance offer a contemporary foil to the memorial’s classicism.
A school in Melbourne readies its students for the world of the virtual, with a firm grasp on the value of the real.
A new civic building by TAG Architects and Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects evokes its remote setting in north-east Western Australia.
In their design of the UTS Science and Health building, Durbach Block Jaggers and BVN have defied the rules set out in BVN’s own UTS masterplan.
Brisbane’s new children’s hospital by Conrad Gargett Lyons is a powerful work of city making.
While critics have laid into Frank Gehry’s UTS Business School for being image-conscious, Jennifer Calzini finds a building more than meets the eye.
Johnson Pilton Walker revives a monumental building in one of Sydney’s most significant civic spaces.
McIntyre Partnership’s expressive learning centre at Trinity Grammar in Melbourne serves as a chronicle of the architecture of Peter McIntyre.
At the University of Melbourne, a partnership between John Wardle Architects and NADAAA yields a layered new school rich in ideas and meticulous in detail.
The roadside amenities block assumes the guise of a confident civic landmark in the hands of BKK Architects.
With this public library in Melbourne’s Docklands, Clare Design shows how a small, community-minded building can help instil a still-young urban precinct with a sense of place.
Lippmann Partnership and Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners’ tower in Sydney’s CBD succeeds in meeting rigid market demands for commercial office space, while also making a generous contribution to the public domain.