The proposed Kingston Arts Precinct in Canberra, designed Fender Katsalidis and Oculus, has kicked off following an agreement between the ACT government and developer.
BKK Architects and Kerstin Thompson Architects, together with landscape architect practice Aspect Studios, have won a design competition for the redevelopment of a cultural and performing arts centre in Melbourne’s suburban east.
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.
The Australian Open Centre will receive $20 million in government and community funding for the first stage of construction.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales’s $344 million Sydney Modern expansion project designed by SANAA, has been granted planning approval.
The Australian Museum in Sydney will undergo a $57.5 million refurbishment to expand its exhibition spaces.
NH Architecture and Norwegian practice Snøhetta have been appointed to upgrade the Roy Grounds-designed Theatres Building at Arts Centre Melbourne.
Australia’s largest contemporary art gallery, a new creative hub and 18,000 square metres of new public space are planned for Melbourne’s arts precinct.
The redevelopment of Walsh Bay arts precinct has been granted final planning approval with construction expected to begin in July.
The Lyon Foundation has announced it has appointed Fleur Watson as executive curator of the new Lyon Housemuseum Galleries.
The Powerhouse Museum will be completely relocated to Parramatta and the NSW government will soon conduct an international design competition for the new building.
The Victorian government has allocated $31.6 million to the redevelopment of a part of Melbourne’s Federation Square.
The winning team will design a new history and interpretation centre at Australia’s most significant historic site associated with female convicts.
Conrad Gargett has been appointed to design the refurbishment and extension of the Queensland Ballet’s Brisbane home.
International design magazine Wallpaper has unveiled a list of top cultural buildings around the world that includes two Australian projects designed by Pritzker Prize laureates.
A two-storey, 100-metre-long building with subterranean spaces designed by Wendy Lewin and Pritzker Prize laureate Glenn Murcutt will house the world’s most comprehensive collection of Australian opal treasures.
Designs for the more than $200 million redevelopment of Walsh Bay arts precinct have been revealed.
The design concept for the Gold Coast Cultural Precinct has evolved since ARM Architecture and Topotek 1 won a competition for the precinct masterplan in 2013.
The 1985 Sulman Medal-winning theatre facilities for Sydney Theatre Company will be refreshed by Hassell.
Cox Architecture has been appointed to design a $35-million upgrade to Adelaide’s historic Her Majesty’s Theatre.