Conceived by Billard Leece Partnership, the architectural design of the school is inspired by the area’s maritime and industrial history.
Level crossing removals have been part of Melbourne’s strategy since 1929. With more removals in 2018 than ever before, it is pertinent to assess three of these new projects that strive to extend the public realm.
Lyons Architecture and Aspect Studios’ Prahan Square “puts pedestrians first” by moving an open air carpark underground.
Themed “How can design shape life?” Melbourne Design Week 2020 will explore the ways in which design can reimagine our quality of life from healthy cities to the challenge of e-waste.
Melbourne architecture practice Kennedy Nolan has revitalized the public arcades of Melbourne Central, strengthening the centre’s character and heightening the user experience.
A Bates Smart designed proposal for a student accommodation tower atop a modernist office building by Yuncken Freeman has been approved by the City of Melbourne.
A newly opened shopping mall in Melbourne, touted as the world’s most sustainable, could be a paradigm shift for the development of retail centres.
The design of a new cafe in the forecourt of the Roy Grounds-designed Arts Centre play on an iconic and universally understood element of theatre.
The State Library of Victoria, the world’s fourth-most popular, has reopened after years-long redevelopment revealing historic spaces hidden for decades.
The 1960s Broadmeadows town hall was saved from demolition and rejuvenated after a sensitive restoration and redevelopment designed by Kerstin Thompson Architects.
Briefed to design a gymnasium, the architect of this winning project delivered much more than an enclosed sports facility that has become a community beacon.
The transformation of a Coptic orthodox church in Melbourne’s Kensington will balance the religious and the public – a place for the congregation and broader community.
A partially sunken building that houses offices of Victoria’s member of parliament has been awarded Design of the Year by the state premier.
City of Melbourne councillors have endorsed two documents aimed at improving design quality in private developments.
A contemporary take on elaborate Italianate ornamentation by Wowowa Architecture embraces colour and texture, and defies the diminutive footprint of a worker’s cottage in Melbourne’s inner-north.
Designed by the architect of the celebrated Fuji Kindergarten in Tokyo, Emerald Place will intentionally challenge children’s motor skills to aid their development.
The Victorian government has awarded contracts to for the delivery of new Coburg and Moreland railway stations designed by Wood Marsh.
A new $32 million building at the edge of Melbourne’s Albert Park Lake will include a function centre, theatre and community hub.
A reworked proposal for an office skyscraper in Melbourne’s CBD, by Bates Smart, has been approved by council.
Genton is behind the design of a new 16-unit social housing building in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick.