Tag: International architecture
The rapid urbanization of China is opening up significant opportunities for Australian architectural practices.
On the north coast of Bali, a new hotel responds intuitively to its local context, with accommodation carefully angled to reflect the balance of Balinese life between the mountains and the sea.
Architecture’s highest honour has been awarded to two women for the first time in its history.
Woods Bagot has been appointed to transform an 82-year-old former textile mill in the China into a retail and entertainment centre.
Three Australian projects are among the finalists for the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s annual awards program.
London-based practice Carmody Groarke will create a semi-permanent structure covering Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s seminal Hill House.
Buildings designed for performance and buildings that “perform” will be the basis of the World Architecture Festival’s seminar program in Berlin.
The architect registration authorities in Australia, the US and New Zealand have established a mutual recognition arrangement that simplifies the architect registration process across the three nations.
Entries are open for an international competition to design an accommodation facility that will convert the medieval ruins of Italy’s Castle of Roccamandolfi into a tourist resort.
An Australian charity has launched an international design competition, calling on architects to submit a masterplan for a Kenyan children’s village.
The Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) has honoured 27 projects across six categories in the fourth SIA Architectural Design Awards.