Denton Corker Marshall has completed a new gateway to Hobart’s war memorial precinct, the 200-metre-long Bridge of Remembrance.
John Wardle Architects and NADAAA’s footbridge to the Australian Open won an award from the American Institute of Architects.
Work has begun on the construction of a cycle and pedestrian bridge in Sydney’s North Ryde, designed by KI Studio.
The Queensland Government has set aside $230,000 to develop a business case for a bicycle and pedestrian bridge crossing the Brisbane River, a day after works began on building a footbridge nearby.
The 60,000-seat Perth Stadium, designed by Hassell, Cox Architecture, and HKS Sport and Entertainment, will open to the public on 21 January.
Tanderrum Bridge by John Wardle Architects and NADAAA has received the 2017 Premier’s Design Award for Architectural Design.
A comedy video produced by a group of concerned Perth locals in turn celebrates and lambasts the city’s bridges.
A proposed “practical and stylish” footbridge designed by Archipelago and Lat27 is set to become a new landmark of Parramatta.
The Queensland government has released a revised design for a new bridge for the Brisbane CBD as part of the Queen’s Wharf development, designed by Grimshaw Architects.
A Denton Corker Marshall and Parry and Rosenthal Architects-designed pedestrian bridge linking east Perth to the new Perth Stadium will now be fabricated locally.
Denton Corker Marshall has been appointed to design a new pedestrian and cycle bridge in Hobart that will connect two of the city’s most significant public spaces.
A new footbridge designed by John Wardle Architects and NADAAA not only links two public spaces but also joins together significant places of democracy and egalitarianism.
The Victorian government has awarded the contract to design the $30 million redevelopment of Melbourne’s Swan Street Bridge.
John Wardle Architects, BKK Architects, Sally Draper Architects and Watson Architecture and Design are in a head-to-head in a contest to design the Melbourne’s Swan Street Bridge.
Two new footbridges in Australian capital cities opened in June and July 2014.
Room 11 completes its award-winning work at the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park in Tasmania.
A string of new suspension bridges are opening along the 84-km New Zealand Cycle Trail.
Strangeness in suburbia. Lippmann Associates have designed a series of carefully crafted pedestrian bridges for Sydney “black spots”. Catherine Martin looks at the first bridge at Fairfield.
Reinforcing Brisbane’s image of itself as a “River City”, the Goodwill Bridge by Cox Rayner provides a poetic expression of crossing, while also opening up new urban connections and experiences. Review by Elizabeth Musgrave.
Designs for a new type – the footbridge/billboard – have won the first RAIA-NSW Government urban ideas competition for young Sydney practices. Chris Procter reviews the winning proposals.