Studiobird speculates on things outside the mainstream of architecture.
The highly awarded houses of Kerstin Thompson Architects age well, and are better for being filled with everyday stuff.
Maitiú Ward profiles the body of work by Huw Turner and Penny Collins.
Platform present an exhibition of unbuilt and speculative work.
Each residential project by NMBW Architecture Studio turns the ordinary into something special.
A Scandinavian design influence with a practical approach to Australian urban conditions.
A three-year touring exhibition about the collaborative work of Harry Seidler.
First published in 1964, George Molnar’s discussion gives current debates around architectural education a context.
Expression of scale, compactness and flexible space characterize the residential work of this Sydney practice.
Part of the Refuel National Seminar Series, this session looks at protecting your practice.
This book celebrates the life and work of William Wurster in a compilation of some of the architect’s best-known houses.
Women’s involvement in architecture is not only about social justice, it’s an economic imperative.
Specializing in insulated precast concrete construction, de Campo Architects is working towards a sustainable future.
A testimonial to 2012 Gold Medallist Lawrence Nield by Xing Ruan.
Perth architect Philip Griffiths has been presented with the Architects Board of WA’s Board Award.
David Marr talks to Penelope Seidler and Jill White about Max Dupain and Harry Seidler.
Albert Mo, Eid K. Goh and James Coombe have an expanding folio of individualized homes.
The latest addition to Taschen’s Basic Architecture Series, which profiles a selection of architectural greats.
The work of renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando is something to be celebrated
A small architecture practice creating interventions amongst the history and chaos of Athens.