Tag: International architecture

Led by Australian designers, Gossamer is proposing projects like the Jing River waterfront that celebrate the site’s history while also emphasizing the vitality of good design.

Australian architects and the future of Chinese cities

The rapid urbanization of China is opening up significant opportunities for Australian architectural practices.

The hotel’s two-storey accommodation villas are positioned radially across the site, with chasms between them framing views of the mountains in one direction and the sea in the other.
Projects | Thomas Mckenzie | 30 Mar 2020

‘Necessary and motivating’: The Tiing

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.

Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara.
The World | Editorial Desk AAU | 4 Mar 2020

Pritzker Prize awarded to all-female partnership

Architecture’s highest honour has been awarded to two women for the first time in its history.

Dahua 1935 by Woods Bagot.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 8 Mar 2018

Rags to revelry: Woods Bagot to lead rebirth of former Chinese textile mill

Woods Bagot has been appointed to transform an 82-year-old former textile mill in the China into a retail and entertainment centre.

International Towers by Roger Stirk Harbor and Partners.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 22 Jan 2018

Sydney towers make shortlist of the world’s best tall buildings

Three Australian projects are among the finalists for the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s annual awards program.

The Hill House Box project designed by Carmody Groarke.
News | Linda Cheng | 4 Jan 2018

Carmody Groarke designs ‘drying shed’ for water-damaged Charles Rennie Mackintosh landmark

London-based practice Carmody Groarke will create a semi-permanent structure covering Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s seminal Hill House.

Berliner Philharmonie by Hans Scharoun (1963).
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 20 Apr 2017

World Architecture Festival announces ‘performance’ as its seminar program theme

Buildings designed for performance and buildings that “perform” will be the basis of the World Architecture Festival’s seminar program in Berlin.

The mutual recognition arrangement enables eligible registered architects to be licensed to practise across Australia, the USA and New Zealand.
News | Louisa Wright | 12 Jan 2017

USA, Australia, NZ mutually recognize architects’ credentials

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.

The ruins of Italy’s Castle of Roccamandolfi.
News | Louisa Wright | 24 Nov 2016

Competition to transform Italian castle into tourist resort

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.

The ClarkeHopkinsClarke-designed One Heart Village in Turbo, Kenya.
News | Louisa Wright | 27 Oct 2016

Charity launches international competition to design Kenyan children’s village

An Australian charity has launched an international design competition, calling on architects to submit a masterplan for a Kenyan children’s village.

SkyVille @ Dawson by WOHA.
News | Louisa Wright | 20 Oct 2016

Australian architecture firms honoured in Singapore Institute of Architects Awards

The Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) has honoured 27 projects across six categories in the fourth SIA Architectural Design Awards.

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