Through six themes and a meandering series of dreamlike passages, the Home Futures exhibition revisits predictions made by twentieth-century designers to explore how our understanding of “home” is changing over time.
Could the messiness of life be the key to living in extremely dense spaces? An exhibition at RMIT Design Hub Gallery explores urbanism in Asian cities.
Home: A Suburban Obsession was held in March as part of the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum and continued at the State Library of Queensland until July.
An art exhibition now on at the Penrith Regional Gallery uses video, photography, sculpture and installation works to pose a number of questions about how we understand our right to housing.
From Centre Georges Pompidou to The Shard tower, the designs of Pritzker Prize-winning Italian architect and engineer Renzo Piano are famous around the world.
Home: A Suburban Obsession celebrates “the allure of home and the stories found within.”
Nuno Rodrigues de Sousa’s solo show, Shapes of Hope is a selection of elegantly drawn works on paper exploring utopian visions of imaginary cities that were never conceived.
A major new photographic exhibition at the State Library of Queensland will feature rare historic images of Queensland homes.
Japanese design studio Nendo will create a never-before-seen exhibition design for a major presentation of M. C. Escher’s work.
The future of the built environment will be on show at the 2018 ARBS, Australia’s only international airconditioning, refrigeration and building services trade exhibition.
A new exhibition in Melbourne’s City Gallery examines how the city’s skyscrapers have affected the city’s street life.
Paul Walker visits a major retrospective exhibition of John Gollings’ work and finds the photographer “an explorer of the architectural image’s possibilities.”
Ahead of their Repair exhibition at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, Melbourne-based practice Baracco and Wright have designed a space for an audiovisual tour of the world’s remotest wildernesses.
An exhibition of Zaha Hadid Architects’ work spanning 40 years will be open to the public in Melbourne from 4 November to 20 December.
Stuart Harrison reviews Dickson and Platten Architects: 1950-2000, an exhibition covering the life and work of two of Adelaide’s most significant contributors to Australian modernism.
Green magazine and car manufacturer Mini have collaborated on the creation of an exhibition of “thought-provoking ideas” for living in small urban conditions.
Paperspace is Deakin’s School of Architecture and Built Environment’s annual student exhibition. This year the exhibition will take place in both Melbourne and Geelong in November.
Curated by Anita Panov and Andrew Scott of Panovscott, A Small Exhibition, currently on show at the Tin Sheds Gallery at The University of Sydney, asks us to question how much space we really need to live comfortably.
A series of tours, exhibitions and talks that explore some of Australia’s most exceptional examples of modernist architecture and design has kicked off in Sydney.
The Australian Institute of Architects is also calling for submissions to the 2018 Droga program.