Marking arrival at this post-industrial township on Tasmania’s east coast, the Triabunna Gatehouse by Gilby and Brewin Architecture is a “visual feast,” inscribed with complex narratives of a place in flux.
The ICC Sydney complex, designed by Hassell and Populous, houses the interrelated realms of exhibition, entertainment and conference as part of the revitalization of Sydney’s Darling Harbour.
Crone Architects’ addition to the civic precinct of Orange in New South Wales is a highly refined building and suite of generous public spaces that “grow” out of the landscape and connect seamlessly with the existing pedestrian network.
A new gallery for the Indigenous art collective Martumili Artists, designed by Officer Woods Architects, is proving to be an important cultural facility for the small community of Newman in Western Australia.
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.
Branch Studio’s chapel forges a new connection between two suburban schools, serving dual purpose as a sacred and a civic space.
Callum Morton, Oculus and McBride Charles Ryan deliver an engaging new public artwork in Melbourne’s Docklands worthy of a visit.
Denton Corker Marshall’s Visitor Centre is an ethereal counterpoint to the enduring presence of Stonehenge.
A generous, layered events space for the RNA Showgrounds Regeneration Project by Lat27.
Room 11 completes its award-winning work at the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park in Tasmania.
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.
Canberra’s New Acton Precinct incorporates art, retail, hospitality facilities and apartment complexes.
After an extensive conservation program, the 130-year-old building reopened in March 2013.
In Canberra’s centenary year, we revisit AA’s review of the NGA extension by PTW.
ARM’s revision of Melbourne’s monumental Hamer Hall, reviewed by Paul Walker for Artichoke.
ARM Architecture makes a range of functional improvements to Melbourne’s Hamer Hall.
New Zealand’s broad range spread of landscapes is now replicated at Te Wao Nui, the New Zealand precinct at Auckland Zoo.
Japan’s robust Australia House by Andrew Burns shows simplicity is a complex affair.
A small civic structure in Mildura by Bellemo & Cat with Hansen Landscape Architects.
Moby Dick meets the Time Machine at LAVA’s Martian Embassy for the Sydney Story Factory.
A new centre by Croxon Ramsay in Laurimar, Victoria, is a fulcrum for a new Melbourne housing estate.
Jellicoe Street, North Wharf Promenade and Silo Park (Auckland) by Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Wraight + Associates.
An award-winning project by FJMT redefines monumentality in public architecture.
This memorial designed by Katherine Rekaris Landscape Architecture is dedicated to 70,000 Australian ex-servicewomen.
Harmer Architecture congregates church, factory, house and Polynesian pavilion.
Searle × Waldron makes a grand stand in the city of Ballarat.
Remnants of the site’s industrial history colour McGregor Coxall and Choi Ropiha’s Sydney harbourside park.
A series of sculptures along Tasmania’s Battery Point waterfront explores the treasured and varied past of the area.
Occupying the former Caltex site on the Birchgrove peninsula this new park is raw, challenging and wildly beautiful.