“A Modern reinterpretation of established Georgian design principles” by modernist architect Robin Boyd has been recommended for inclusion on the Victorian Heritage Register.
A Sydney council is poised to vote on whether to pursue heritage protection of a mid-century modernist office building designed by Neville Gruzman.
The NSW heritage minister has decided not to place an imperiled, Michael Dysart-designed modernist student accommodation building at the University of New England in NSW on the the state heritage register.
A council in Melbourne’s southeast has dropped a project to survey one of Australia’s most dense collections of mid-century modernist architecture.
The University of New England explains why it is proceeding with the demolition of the mid-century modernist Robb College, designed by Michael Dysart, and argues that some of the objections to its plan are based on “incorrect assumptions.
A group of leading NSW architects has penned a letter to the NSW heritage minister asking that a Michael Dysart-designed University of New England college receive heritage protection
The University of New England’s plans to demolish a modernist residential college at its Armidale campus has been slammed by the Australian Institute of Architects and the National Trust.
A “brilliant” yet relatively unknown example of Australian modernism with a complicated institutional past is set to be demolished to make way for a multi-storey retirement home.
A number of buildings by notable Australian modernist architects are facing the prospect of demolition or significant alteration, as pressure to redevelop inner-city areas for higher-density residential use mounts.
Stuart Harrison reviews Dickson and Platten Architects: 1950-2000, an exhibition covering the life and work of two of Adelaide’s most significant contributors to Australian modernism.
Melbourne council begins survey of one of Australia’s densest concentrations of mid-century modernist architecture
The City of Bayside has begun a study of mid-century modernist architecture in the southeastern Melbourne suburbs of Beaumaris and Blackrock.
Harry Seidler: Art and Architecture is a trip through the late architect’s collaborations with the defining artists, designers and architects of the twentieth century.
A series of tours, exhibitions and talks that explore some of Australia’s most exceptional examples of modernist architecture and design has kicked off in Sydney.
This modest home, designed in the late 1970s by Rodney Chambers for himself and his family, is grounded within the beauty of the surrounding garden.
A series of interviews produced by Open House Melbourne features four of Australia’s most significant 20th century architects and designers.
The Far North Queensland town of Innisfail is promoting itself as “the Art Deco capital of Australia” in an effort to attract architectural enthusiasts.
A never-before-published archive of photographs and sketches makes up the bulk of a new book on the late Sydney architect Bruce Rickard.
A photographic exhibition will be held in the lobby of Australia Square Tower to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the construction of the first high-rise office in Australia.
Nino Bellantonio, AiL Studio and Joanna Nelson Architect enhance the social character of a 1950s Canberra courtyard home.