Stories dating back more than a century infuse this addition to the first university college for women in Australia.
Hassell, Bates Smart, SJB, BVN and Candalepas Associates will compete in the City Tattersalls Club design competition.
The former Footscray Psychiatric Centre has been given state heritage listing.
The key force behind the green bans movement that saved large parts of Sydney’s built heritage has died.
The controversial expansion of the Australian War Memorial by Scott Carver and Cox Architecture has been referred to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works.
A treasure trove of modernist and Sydney School houses by some of Sydney’s best known architects has been heritage-listed by Willoughby council.
The “City of Dreams” colouring-in series includes drawings of Geelong’s historic and contemporary architectural landmarks.
A development application has been submitted for the long-awaited development at the World Heritage-listed Cascades Female Factory Historic Site in South Hobart.
Twenty projects in this category have advanced to the 2020 Houses Awards.
City of Melbourne councillors have voted unanimously in favour of a tower proposal for the Paris end of Collins Street, in spite of contrary advice from council planners.
A quaint walkway stepping up from Melbourne’s Yarra River is the sole means of access to this 1930s brick home, where an extension by AM Architecture fulfils the owners’ desire for a treetop sanctuary.
A council in south-east Melbourne has commissioned a heritage review of post-war buildings identifying a number of “hidden gems.”
Seizing an opportunity to build on an empty neighbouring block, the owners of a worker’s cottage in North Melbourne (with the help of NMBW Architecture Studio) have added a flexible secondary house that will allow them to age in place.
An interim heritage order has been placed on a house in Sydney’s Killara designed by the late Ken Woolley.
An independent heritage review of the plan to expand and redevelop the Australian War Memorial has determined that the proposal will have significant adverse impacts on the “iconic” building.
The Robin Boyd Foundation is seeking donations to help replace a significant, heritage-listed tree at Boyd’s seminal Walsh Street House.
Deserving of more care and attention, this Indooroopilly Church is an expressive and memorable example of Australian modernist ecclesiastic architecture.
“A Modern reinterpretation of established Georgian design principles” by modernist architect Robin Boyd has been recommended for inclusion on the Victorian Heritage Register.
A mid-century modernist house in Melbourne, one of Peter McIntyre’s innovative and experimental bowstring truss designs, has been recommended for state heritage listing.
A proposal for a slender, 30-storey tower atop a heritage building in central Brisbane, designed by Hames Sharley, has been approved.