Chrofi with McGregor Coxall’s revival of the city centre of Maitland, New South Wales, is a sublime lesson in addition and subtraction. Chrofi’s gateway building is a delicate aperture in the otherwise solid streetscape, forging a strong connection between city and river.
NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian official opened Western Sydney Stadium, designed by Populous, on 14 April.
The former Oxford Scholar pub in the north of the Melbourne CBD has reopened as a function and event space for RMIT University, following a renovation designed by March Studio.
In South Korea’s capital, Melbourne-based Flack Studio has designed a layered, textured restaurant with nods to Australian design.
A gentle, intricate alteration and addition to a Paddington terrace uses soft curves and interlocking forms to graft the new onto the old and provide seamless continuity of space.
Carmody Groarke, the London architecture practice founded by Australian architect Kevin Carmody together with Andy Groarke, has designed a new museum in north-west England.
Hassell has completed a new life sciences precinct at the University of Melbourne’s Parkville campus that brings together the university’s veterinary, medicine and science departments.
Drawing on an intimate knowledge of the region, the architects of this Queensland house have created a low-maintenance and environmentally sensitive beach retreat for an extended family.
Denton Corker Marshall has completed Australia’s largest biomedical teaching facility at Monash University in Melbourne.
In an unconventional apartment building, where each dwelling is individually tailored to its owner, this playful penthouse uses circular geometry and takes cues from classic Italian design .
This addition to a Bruny Island bush shack by Dock4 cleverly exaggerates the existing roof form to create volume, drama and a dialogue with the surrounding landscape.
A new, eight-storey environmental science teaching and research building, designed by HDR, has opened at the University of Sydney.
The Ian Potter Southbank Centre is the centrepiece of the University of Melbourne’s $200 million Southbank campus transformation.
The Australian Museum in Sydney has been given a glittering new pleated glass facelift by Neeson Murcutt and Joseph Grech.
Sydney’s newest foreshore park, Barangaroo Reserve, recreates the original headland and shoreline of the harbour.
A sculptural stainless steel facade by Patterson Associates defines a new centre for acclaimed artist Len Lye’s work.
The latest building in UTS’s redevelopment contrasts function with fluid design.
The new Australian pavilion by Denton Corker Marshall for the Venice Biennale has been revealed.
ARM Architecture and developer Grocon have unveiled an apartment tower in central Melbourne that bears the face of historic Aboriginal leader William Barak.
The 2015 Australian Open launches with a revamped venue by NH Architecture and Populous.