The Beehive, designed by Raffaello Rosselli Architect with Luigi Rosselli Architects, is a poetic exploration of the aesthetic and structural potential of recycled materials as applied to the design of this architectural family’s own Surry Hills studio.
This new commercial building in Barangaroo South, designed by Tzannes, celebrates the material, structural and aesthetic qualities of wood and sets a precedent for the use of engineered timber in Australia.
This prestigious beachside apartment building by Virginia Kerridge Architect stands out from its neighbours by virtue of its articulate materiality and sensitive human scale.
This futuristic reimagining of the humble roadside service station as sculptural architecture by Peddle Thorp Architects brings a postmodern statement to Corio, on the industrial outskirts of Geelong.
Presenting as three sibling buildings on the city skyline, International Towers Sydney by Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners reconciles a tower and podium dichotomy with robust honesty of expression.
Combining a kinetic timber facade and a typology more often associated with slick glass, FJMT has created this “sublime” office tower that is tuned to the history of its harbour-side site and is “intrinsically Sydney.”
Two new towers by Candalepas Associates, the hotel QT Melbourne on Russell Street and the AHL Headquarters on George Street in Sydney, complement the existing fabric of the city with compositional finesse.
Smart Design Studio’s new mixed-use building in Balgowlah, Sydney has an elegantly composed, layered outer skin that brings an urbane character to the suburban streetscape.
Richards and Spence has made a significant contribution to a whole fragment of Brisbane, using a rich and distinctive design language across a range of works for the James Street precinct.
Cox Rayner Architects employs an impressive level of craft and detail to deinstitutionalize The University of Queensland’s new oral health centre.
Johnson Pilton Walker revives a monumental building in one of Sydney’s most significant civic spaces.
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.
The Melbourne home of the Australian Institute of Architects speaks of the integral role of the architecture profession in the future of Australia’s cities.
This police station by Kerstin Thompson Architects embodies a domestic and civic conversation.
A compelling contribution to Sydney by Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects.
Those Architects create a new work/life balance in the global office of a young tech company.
Grimshaw Architects in association with The Buchan Group “civilizes” Australia’s third largest retail mall, in Melbourne’s north-west.
SAHMRI by Woods Bagot is transforming the city of Adelaide with sustainable design.
A mesmerizing urban pantheon based on big ideas, local context and the geometry of puzzles.
The collaborative research laboratory by Wilson Architects and Donovan Hill.
Eclectic and nostalgic interiors by Nicholas Graham & Associates and Indyk Architects.
Sydney’s iconic high street providore opens a restaurant / grocer by Landini Associates in Westfield, CBD.
A Brisbane craft brewery fitout by James Cubitt Architects.
Drama and a sense of community within this Auckland building’s medieval-like laneways of the future by Patterson Associates.
As part of a larger renewal program, Richards and Spence revitalizes a building on Brisbane’s James Street retail precinct.
Kerstin Thompson Architects’ gallery at Monash University develops a very subtle exploration of spatial experience.
A diverse public project in Perth combines domestic and institutional qualities.
An award-winning project by FJMT redefines monumentality in public architecture.
Bates Smart director Philip Vivian reviews One40william by Hassell.
Hassell chairman Ken Maher reviews Bates Smart’s 420 George Street.