Tag: AA May 2014: Urban Housing

Goodwood Residence in Singapore consists of two L-shaped blocks arranged around a large lawn, swimming pool and clubhouse facilities.
Projects | Florian Schätz | 8 Aug 2014

Goodwood Residence

A residential development in Singapore by WOHA Architects masters the boundaries between public and private.

The high-profile One Central Park project features a thirty-three-metre cantilevered sky garden and mirror installation. Artwork: Halo by Jennifer Turpin and Michaelie Crawford.
Projects | John de Manincor | 4 Aug 2014

One Central Park

A compelling contribution to Sydney by Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects.

Melbourne Terrace Apartments, Nonda Katsalidis (1994).
Discussion | Robert Stent | 28 Jul 2014

Urban housing in Melbourne

Robert Stent considers the history of multi-residential housing in Victoria’s contemporary, global context.

Highpoint Hurstville, Stanisic Architects.
Discussion | Frank Stanisic | 28 Jul 2014

The rise and rise of urban housing in Sydney

How SEPP65 and limited design competitions are shaping a more liveable Sydney.

Apartment design standards matter
News | 28 Jul 2014

Apartment design standards matter

David Karotkin weighs into the debate on multi-residential design standards.

From inside, the building emphasizes the long stretch of the distant horizon.
Projects | Andrew Burns | 25 Jul 2014

29–35 Prince Street, Cronulla

A complex and layered multi-residential project by Candalepas Associates.

Cotton Tree Housing Project, Maroochydore, by Clare Design (1995).
Discussion | Lindsay Clare and Kerry Clare | 16 Jul 2014

Improving the quality of housing

Lindsay and Kerry Clare consider the impact of SEPP 65 planning regulations on residential design in New South Wales.

The Constance Street Affordable Housing scheme features two blocks placed on either side of an open-air atrium.
Projects | Greg Bamford | 11 Jul 2014

Constance Street Affordable Housing

Cox Rayner Architects explores the social and political contribution architecture can make to the city.

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