Andrew Burges explores four key strategies to enhance architecture’s power in collective city-making, as demonstrated by the 16 inspiring projects presented at the 2019 Architecture Symposium, Sydney.
Shannon Satherley reviews the 2015 AILA Festival of Landscape Architecture: This Public Life.
Architects, student and builders collaborate on a design-build community project in Chippendale.
Norman Day reviews the RMIT exhibition on Melbourne architects Edmond and Corrigan.
Rowena Hockin reports on a WAF talk on the topic of longevity in architecture.
Lucy Humphrey reviews a photographic exhibition from the mercurial Arctic island.
John Ellway visits the Parallel Nippon: Contemporary Japanese Architecture 1996–2006 exhibition.
Dr Lynn Churchill reports on the Design Speaks: Workplace/Worklife Forum, held in August 2013.
A graduate’s view of the 2013 Australia & New Zealand Student Architecture Congress.
The photographic exhibition of a half-finished island resort in a just-finished Melbourne cheese cellar.
Kirsten Stanisich, Jeffery Copolov and Nectar Efkarpidis on creating hotels of the future
The seductive temporary venues of the 2013 Perth Fringe World Festival are gone but not forgotten.
A look at the key awards, reviews and interviews of 2012 on ArchitectureAU, and some new reviews for the reading list.
Rachel Luchetti, Paul Spiro and Dan Cox on how to win clients and keep them coming back.
Richard Hassell of WOHA Singapore spoke at the University of Adelaide in September 2012.
RMIT’s interior design graduate exhibition.
Hayley Curnow reviews the Postcards for Perth exhibition at the Australian Urban Design Research Centre in October 2012.
Ewen McDonald, Jennifer Turpin and Philip Vivian on the integration of art and interior design.
Jenny Mills, Grace Mcquilten and Mark Simpson on fashion interiors and the future of retail design.
Architecture Australia editor Timothy Moore reports from the 2012 World Architecture Festival.
A seminar space called The Happy Place and a glamorous bar provided some memorable settings at Designex (14–16 May 2012) in Sydney.
The largest Bauhaus exhibition in the UK for forty years investigates the function and impact of this seminal movement.
Vivid Sydney lights up the city with an array of ambitious 3D video projections that put architecture in the spotlight.
Architecture student Neph Wake reviews the 2012 National Architecture Conference.
Artichoke editor Penny Craswell looks at the highlights of the 2012 edition of Designex.
Houses editor Katelin Butler reflects on the latest Our Houses conversation.
Food and design was the topic of the sixth Artichoke Night School, held at Space in Brisbane.
The 2011 IFLA World Congress looked at the resilience of cities and public spaces.
Five winning installations by interdisciplinary teams encouraged creative participation with Sydney’s urban life.
Annabelle Pegrum looks at the short-listed proposals for the Australian exhibition at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Millions of people visited the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, but did it live up to its theme Better City, Better Life?
Three different responses to the Australia and New Zealand Student Architecture Conference 2011, which focused on crisis.
BEMP is held to facilitate conversations between parliament and industry leaders.
Philip Goldswain reflects on a talk by Thom Mayne of Morphosis that took place in Perth.
Six practitioners explore ways in which contemporary designers can work beyond and across disciplines.
The Revival exhibition aims to “showcase the power of a single image to encapsulate a sense of place.”
The concept of shelter, changing demography and cities, and water as a basic human emerged as themes.
Upcycling, a return to nostalgic forms, process and materials, the slow movement in food, gardening and transport.
The 2011 festival took the theme Design That Moves. Emerging writers engaged with the program through Write On Design.
This exhibition surveys the private houses and apartments designed by Adolf Loos in the Czech Republic.
Stuart Tanner and Brian Ritchie, and Chris de Campo and Callum Morton talk about creative architect–client collaboration.
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