This co-working space in Melbourne’s CBD designed by Foolscap Studio champions different working styles – from conversations in the amphitheatre to brainstorming in a sensory room.
The Queensland government will fast track a private commercial development, designed PDT Architects, in the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct.
A 12-storey office tower proposal in Brisbane, designed by Rothelowman, has been approved by Brisbane council.
Originally dubbed “Perth+,” the revised design for the waterfront development now omits the titular cantilevering section.
Two new facilities designed by NH Architecture will provide upgrades to essential services for traders at Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market.
A three-tower project near Perth Arena and Yagan Square will be an injection of 155 apartments.
A newly completed 33-storey tower complements the civic architecture of Sydney’s Martin Place.
Cox Architecture’s design of a corporate tower in South Yarra is influenced by the local council’s 20-year-old vision for the surrounding precinct.
The six-storey building, designed by Harris Jenkins Architects, will comprise five office floors above a bar and restaurant.
The Victorian government has released the final designs for the Latrobe Valley GovHub, designed by WMK Architecture.
Construction has begun on a $170 million project to redevelop the Harry Seidler designed MLC Centre in central Sydney.
A 16-storey John Wardle Architects-designed commercial tower in central Melbourne has been completed.
Bates Smart has designed a mixed-use development near a railway station in the northern Sydney suburb of Macquarie Park.
Bates Smart’s new club stand for the Victorian Racing Club is designed to be a “monumental” symbol for the racecourse.
The NSW Government has approved an unsolicited proposal to two towers above Sydney’s existing Martin Place railway station and the proposed Martin Place Metro Station.
The Queensland Investment Corporation has submitted a development application for a new commercial tower in Brisbane’s CBD.
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 final piece of Melbourne Quarter, a 25-storey office tower designed by Woods Bagot, has been given the green light.
A Foster and Partners-designed commercial tower and the “architecturally refined” refurbishment of an iconic pub by Stewart Hollenstein have been submitted for approval.
This futuristic reimagining of the humble roadside service station as sculptural architecture by Peddle Thorp Architects brings a postmodern statement to Corio, on the industrial outskirts of Geelong.