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 | The 39-storey, Woods-Bagot-designed Victoria Police Centre in central Melbourne will now be sent to the Vic planning minister for final approval.
News | Heads of the NSW chapters say the site, which contains the heritage-listed former Parramatta Female Factory, should not be subdivided until a masterplan is produced.
News | The upcoming Sydney Living Museums exhibition, Demolished Sydney, recalls some of the most significant demolitions of the past 200 years.
News | A two-part series on Australian architecture, Streets of Your Town, presented by broadcaster and comedian Tim Ross will air on the ABC early November.
News | Pembroke Real Estate has revealed Bates Smart’s design for the refurbishment of Melbourne’s 1928 T&G building at the “Paris end” of Collins Street.
News | Australian art figure Edmund Capon has named the world’s 10 finest buildings, praising the “useless” in architecture.
News | $83 million redevelopment will see over 1000 square metres of the State Library of Victoria opened to the public.
Review | Professor Philip Goad reviews the seminal work by Philip Thalis and Peter John Cantrill.
Review | Shaneen Fantin reviews Bill Gammage’s publication on how Aborigines made Australia.
Projects | Built in 1932 as a beacon of hope during the Depression, Melbourne’s gothic, art deco masterpiece has been restored.
News | After six years of restoration, Melbourne’s South Wharf cargo sheds are set to become a food and wine hub.
News | Women’s History Month 2012 will have the theme of Women with a Plan.