DM2 Architecture adds a new pavilion to the rear of a humble cottage in Brisbane that embraces a historical significant hoop pine.
For Brisbane’s new Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Conrad Gargett created an impressive suite of rooftop gardens full of drama and novelty.
This addition to a Californian bungalow by Make Architecture creates an active connection with the St Kilda community.
Appearing “more medieval village than inner-city extension,” a collection of timber shingle-clad towers by Andrew Maynard Architects have been added to the site of an existing mid-century bungalow.
ARM Architecture’s final additions to the Shrine of Remembrance offer a contemporary foil to the memorial’s classicism.
Upper House in Melbourne by Jackson Clements Burrows makes the case for compact city living with a bold urban form.
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.
James Russell Architect appease anxious city planners with a new house that contextually fits the social and relaxed a subtropical way of life.
Stephen Cameron Architecture has designed an optical store that resembles a cabinet of curiosities.
Mim Design take inspiration from the spring blooms of Flemington to create a temporary marquee at the Melbourne Cup Carnival.
The deceptively closed exterior of this renovated terrace by Wellard Architects disguises a private, bright and comfortable home.
A thoughtful that transforms the idea of multi-residential living into something much more house-like.
Driven by ideas of art and play as well as tactics for sustainability, this striking extension by BKK Architects is a “well-made doll’s house” with an uplifting sense of possibility.
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.
This delightful reinterpretation of a traditional terrace house has built-in flexibility, allowing it to adapt and change to the evolving needs of the family.
Max Pritchard revisits his own house after twenty-five years to create a distinctive satellite building.
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.
An addition to a suburban Melbourne house by Kennedy Nolan that is far from ordinary.
Carr Design Group re-design both the architecture and the interiors of Australia Post’s Sydney HQ, totally transforming it.
Emporium Melbourne is in some ways a model of classic retail planning, but in other ways it turns this model on its head.
This new Sydney terrace by Matthew Pullinger Architect challenges conventions and plays with traditions, while engaging seriously with the street and community life.
In response to this Victorian school’s pedagogical model for parallel learning, Architectus realizes a confident pair of buildings that counters formal separation with social connection.
Baber Studio’s addition to a Queenslander allows the occupants to enjoy views from the very edge.
A childcare centre that is all about learning through play – a philosophy that not only applies to the youngsters but also informed the design process.
Woods Bagot use evocative and angular spaces to provoke creativity within the student hub at Macquarie University.
MGS Architects’ revitalization project results in a contemporary landmark that makes a worthy contribution to the urban fabric of Bendigo.
Lahznimmo Architects and Wilson Architects interlace new and existing to produce a cohesive learning environment for the faculty of medicine at UNSW.
A pavilion by Lahznimmo Architects brings the glamour back to Tamarama beach in Sydney.