Located in Warrandyte, Victoria, Porter House launched the practice of young mid-century architect Albert Ross, who had cut his teeth working at celebrated studio Grounds, Romberg and Boyd.
A council in south-east Melbourne has commissioned a heritage review of post-war buildings identifying a number of “hidden gems.”
Caroline Montague explores a new publication that celebrates this iconic movement and the spread of its influence.
Émigré architect and civil servant Roman Pavlyshyn’s influence on the development of public architecture in 20th Century Queensland was profound.
Designed by Plus Architecture, the new centre will deliver a “four-fold increase” in community facilities.
The Queensland Heritage Council has rejected an application to list a Stephen Trotter-designed building paving the way for its demolition.
Viennese émigré Kurt Popper was a remarkable and prolific architect who helped introduce European modernism to the design of Australia’s places of worship.
“A Modern reinterpretation of established Georgian design principles” by modernist architect Robin Boyd has been recommended for inclusion on the Victorian Heritage Register.
Davina Jackson explores the genesis of the Sydney School of architecture that emerged in the 1960s – and attempts to locate it in the broader modernist movement.
An application has been lodged to list a modernist student union building on the Queensland Heritage register, in a bid to save it from demolition.
Architect Howard Tanner remembers the late Enrico Taglietti, who brought a European sophistication and sensibility to the national capital.
James Russell Architect’s astute adjustments to this 1959 modernist home seamlessly meld future-aware adaptations to bring new equilibrium to the dwelling.
The German government has launched a design competition to mark 100 years since the founding of the legendary Bauhaus School.
In this postcard from San Francisco, Sydney architect Virginia Waller reflects on the “heroic modernism” of the city’s striking cathedral, the towering Transamerica pyramid and a famous gift store designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Architectural draughtsman and amateur photographer Peter Wille’s photographs of Melbourne’s mid-century architecture will be on display for the first time from 1 December 2018 at the State Library of Victoria.
The City of Sydney has recommended that eight post-war buildings and a 1950s “playground sculpture” be granted heritage protection following a heritage study focusing on the modern movement.
A Sydney council is poised to vote on whether to pursue heritage protection of a mid-century modernist office building designed by Neville Gruzman.
A hotel will be constructed above a modernist office building designed by Yuncken Freeman under a proposal approved by the City of Melbourne.
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.
A council in Melbourne’s southeast has dropped a project to survey one of Australia’s most dense collections of mid-century modernist architecture.