Designed by Stewart Hollenstein in association with Stewart Architecture, the Green Square Library and Plaza was named best library in the world built since 2013.
Pritzker Prize laureate Ryue Nishizawa will speak in Melbourne as part of the second annual Living Cities Forum in July.
For what shall it profit a city if it loses its civic soul? A plea to preserve Melbourne’s Fed Square
Monash University’s professor of history Graeme Davison considers Melbourne’s long-held dreams for a civic square, and cautions against the proposed Apple store “may be a first perilous step down the slippery slope towards full commercialisation.”
A Bates Smart-designed office, hotel and retail precinct will be the first private sector development on the Vernon Circle side of Canberra’s London Circuit.
The federal government has sold to private developers the sites of Anzac Park West, Anzac Park East, East Block, and a Constitution Avenue development site in Canberra’s Parliamentary Triangle.
A public appeal by RMIT University seeks to fund the Six Degrees Architects-designed refurbishment of Walter Burley and Marion Mahony Griffin’s Capitol Theatre.
Budget changes and stakeholder feedback have forced SANAA to alter its competition-winning design for the Art Gallery of NSW expansion project.
John Wardle Architects have been appointed to transform a civic site in central Ballarat, which has had a long history of failed redevelopment proposals.
Four teams have been shortlisted in competition for the design of the $25 million Victorian Pride Centre, which will be the first purpose-built facility of its kind in Australia.
Sydney Opera House has released a new edition of its Conservation Management Plan, which will guide the biggest renewal of the iconic building since it opened.
Denton Corker Marshall’s “land sculpture” museum for the regional Victoria city of Shepparton has been given the green light by the Victorian government.
A competition for the design of the $25 million Victorian Pride Centre will open on 28 August.
The NSW government has confirmed that a new Powerhouse Museum will be built in Parramatta and committed to purchasing its preferred site for the museum.
Designed by Kerry Hill Architects, a new council building will form the heart of one of the “biggest developments in Fremantle’s history.”
A “bombshell” decision by the NSW Court of Appeal could have state-wide implications for the way “staged development applications” are assessed.
The competition jury said the winning scheme “will become a statement of Australian architectural excellence.”
Despite being derided as a “swollen lump,” the Art Gallery of NSW’s “landmark” expansion project designed by SANAA has won the financial support of the NSW government.
Johnson Pilton Walker has proposed a floating white concrete box for a new museum which will house one of Australia’s largest collections of antiquities.
Kengo Kuma and Associates’ first Australian project, a library and retail hub in Sydney’s Darling Harbour, has been approved.
Contentious plans to relocate the Powerhouse Museum from the central city to western Sydney “could include keeping some Powerhouse presence at the current site in Ultimo.”