Designed in 1979 and completed in 1983, this house embodies Enrico Taglietti’s skill in setting the building in its specific landscape.
This early 1970s structure holds a commanding presence on its sloped site, demonstrating skilful choreography of the experience of arrival and considered layering of horizontal and vertical planes.
Taking inspiration from a protected moth, Redgen Mathieson’s design for Little National Hotel is a new concept that brings the idea of affordable luxury to Canberra’s hotel market.
A “refreshingly minimalist” design by Lahz Nimmo Architects with Spackman Mossop Michaels offers safe passage for pedestrians and cyclists under Canberra’s Kings Avenue Bridge.
Hotel Hotel in Canberra is the work of more than fifty creatives. Remarkably, it transcends the sum of its parts.
An ambitious scheme that transformed a fire-ravaged site into a project for the research and display of trees.
Roy Grounds’ highly crafted Canberra house for Sir Otto and Lady Margaret Frankel.
Canberra’s New Acton Precinct incorporates art, retail, hospitality facilities and apartment complexes.
A grand dream realized by Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects.
In Canberra’s centenary year, we revisit AA’s review of the NGA extension by PTW.
A Canberra house by Milan-born architect Enrico Taglietti.
Nino Bellantonio, AiL Studio and Joanna Nelson Architect enhance the social character of a 1950s Canberra courtyard home.
KRM’s new black-and-white Burbury Hotel in Canberra is grown-up and gimmick-free.
An amenities block in Canberra’s parliamentary triangle by Townsend and Associates Architects stands alone.
DesignOffice’s display suite for the Nishi development in New Acton, Canberra, is a study in funky urban living.
An art deco home in Canberra, extended by Collins Caddaye Architects.
A valuable and historic national project is treated with solemnity and respect while embracing context and symbolism.
A Russell Jack expression of Sydney Regional style in Canberra.
Stephen Frith reviews Canberra’s Finnish Embassy, by Hirvonen-Huttunen and MGT Architects.