John Wardle Architects’ design for the National Gallery of Victoria’s inaugural Summer Architecture Commission nods to Melbourne’s modernist past, while also speaking to the new and emerging.
A project in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley offers a happy intervention to a region facing serious economic and social challenges.
The Ian Potter Sculpture Court at Monash University’s Caulfield campus is a place of stillness and calm.
Callum Morton, Oculus and McBride Charles Ryan deliver an engaging new public artwork in Melbourne’s Docklands worthy of a visit.
A colourful new civic square in Dandenong offers a welcoming and intimate space to its diverse community.
A bold yet highly site-specific gesture rarely seen in Australian national parks and conservation areas.
A contemporary pared-back garden that elides the distinction between gallery space and domestic living.
An artful composition by landscape architects Sinatra Murphy on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
A spectacular garden by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Paul Thompson explores the Australian identity.
A contemporary take on modernist landscape design by Tract Consultants in Victoria’s Yarra Valley.
A $290 million urban renewal initiative aimed at revitalizing central Dandenong.
A sport and recreation space by Aspect Studios doubles as a backyard for local residents.
A six-hundred-hectare flagship development in Melbourne’s north by Place Victoria, seven years on.
A new residential development on the site of a former airfield base in south-west Melbourne.
Tract Consultants used landscape as the starting point for this new residential subdivision.
Pollen Studio’s coloured rope work ushers in the 2014 True North Reservoir Arts Festival in Melbourne.
Sinatra Murphy’s tribute in country Victoria becomes a powerful medium for the sharing of stories.
A brick spillway by Monash Architecture and Hiroshi Nakao reflects rhythms of human occupation.
A lightweight civic structure by Williams Boag Architects is embraced by the Bendigo locals.
A brilliant landscape device by Baracco + Wright Architects solves a suburban privacy issue.
A new rail bridge, with pedestrian paths, in Melbourne’s Clifton Hill transforms a formerly grimy space into a public park.
This memorial designed by Katherine Rekaris Landscape Architecture is dedicated to 70,000 Australian ex-servicewomen.
There is much for children and young people to enjoy in Site Office’s collaborative reimagining of these two public spaces.
A bridge and a fabricated concrete creek edge by studio SMLWRLD reveal the benefits of collaborative work.
Büro North’s tree-like wayfinding signage system at Falls Creek helps visitors navigate their way around in all seasons.
A rooftop garden by Bent Architecture provides a welcoming retreat from the hustle and bustle of Melbourne city life below.
The City Square is finding its place after years of additions and alterations and not living up to expectations.