Discourse | Tao Gofers, architect of the Sirius building in Sydney, reflects on the building’s past and its imperilled future in the wake of it receiving the Enduring Architecture Award at the 2018 NSW Architecture Awards.
News | An unassuming factory building in Penrith, western Sydney – the only Australian building designed by American modernist architect Marcel Breuer – has been sold to a new owner.
News | The Heritage Council of Victoria has defied the recommendation of the director of Heritage Victoria in its decision to heritage-list Lind House in Melbourne.
News | The winners of the National Trust NSW’s 2018 Heritage Awards have been announced at a ceremony in Sydney.
News | A council in Melbourne’s southeast has dropped a project to survey one of Australia’s most dense collections of mid-century modernist architecture.
News | A major government building designed by John Wardle Architects will be built in Ballarat, after the proposal received planning approval.
News | The National Trust’s Australian Heritage Festival, which celebrates Australia’s built and cultural heritage across hundreds of events in every state and territory, kicks off on 18 April.
News | Conrad Gargett have completed the restoration of a state heritage-listed villa by Queensland architect Robin Dods.
News | Melbourne’s Campbell Arcade will be partially demolished as part of the Metro Tunnel rail project.
Discourse | The University of New England explains why it is proceeding with the demolition of the mid-century modernist Robb College, designed by Michael Dysart, and argues that some of the objections to its plan are based on “incorrect assumptions.
News | The winning team will design a new history and interpretation centre at Australia’s most significant historic site associated with female convicts.
News | A local Melbourne council has nominated a UFO-shaped prefabricated house designed by Finnish architect Matti Suuronen for heritage protection.
News | A group of leading NSW architects has penned a letter to the NSW heritage minister asking that a Michael Dysart-designed University of New England college receive heritage protection
News | The City of Melbourne has unanimously supported a 17-storey mixed-use development atop a heritage-listed cargo shed on the north bank of the Yarra River.
News | The University of New England’s plans to demolish a modernist residential college at its Armidale campus has been slammed by the Australian Institute of Architects and the National Trust.
News | A “brilliant” yet relatively unknown example of Australian modernism with a complicated institutional past is set to be demolished to make way for a multi-storey retirement home.
News | A proposal for stage two of the Fender Katsalidis and Oculus-designed redevelopment of the Nylex clock site in Melbourne has successfully obtained VCAT approval.
News | A number of buildings by notable Australian modernist architects are facing the prospect of demolition or significant alteration, as pressure to redevelop inner-city areas for higher-density residential use mounts.
News | To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the last convict ship, a convict-themed assessment program hopes to identify places for inclusion in the State Register of Heritage Places.
News | Ola Studio, an Australian practice with offices in Melbourne and Paris, has won a competition to design a public pavilion for a revitalised Pentridge Prison precinct in Melbourne.