At The Architecture Symposium, Brisbane, held on 13 March 2020, eight speakers reflected on the theme of water, refracting their architectural output through its unifying, yet mutable, lens.
A 12-storey office tower proposal in Brisbane, designed by Rothelowman, has been approved by Brisbane council.
A sculptural bridge designed by ARM Architecture is the newest addition to the Gold Coast’s arts and cultural precinct.
Conversations between architects and clients, including Nielsen Jenkins and Edition Office.
The new masterplan will replace one completed in 1997 by Denton Corker Marshall.
Brisbane City Council has revealed its draft vision for a new public park that is set to bring “nature back into the city.”
The Queensland Heritage Council has rejected an application to list a Stephen Trotter-designed building paving the way for its demolition.
The 2019 Urban Tropicality Conference, running from 5 to 8 December at the University of Queensland, brings together leaders in the fields of architecture and design from across the world.
The stretch between the City Botanic Gardens and Howard Smith Wharves has been called “one of the least generous waterfronts” of its kind.
A former industrial site in Brisbane will be restored and rehabilitated into an adventure nature park.
This pair of student housing towers is integrated with a refurbished historic arcade in Brisbane, which is the social heart of the complex.
While it’s tricky to narrow down a must-see itinerary for Brisbane Open House from the 99 buildings on the program, the following sites are a good place to start.
Brisbane City Council has published five speculative plans for the transformation of a golf course north of Brisbane’s CBD into a public park.
Brisbane City Council is seeking feedback on two draft documents to guide quality design across the city.
A proposal for a slender, 30-storey tower atop a heritage building in central Brisbane, designed by Hames Sharley, has been approved.
The redevelopment of Queensland Ballet’s Thomas Dixon Centre is on track for completion before Christmas 2020.
Four local and international architectural teams are shortlisted in competition to design a proposed $600 million tower in the centre of Brisbane.
An application has been lodged to list a modernist student union building on the Queensland Heritage register, in a bid to save it from demolition.
Responding to a ridgeline that runs west across the gully, this Brisbane home designed by Brit Andresen and Peter O’Gorman illustrates the expressive capacity of Australian hardwood timber and creates a visceral connection to the rainforest.
Norwegian practice Snøhetta and Brisbane firm Blight Rayner Architecture have together beaten out 23 other design teams to win a design competition for a new theatre at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre.