The University of New England is seeking expressions of interest from architects to convert decommissioned Boilerhouse.
Four architects are currently members of the NSW Independent Planning Commission, but major reforms will see the commission move towards “a stronger focus on decision-making skills rather than technical expertise.”
Work has begun on Kirsten Thompson Architect’s trestle bridge-inspired expansion to a building once owned by the late Arthur Boyd.
After decades of neglect, one of the oldest theatres buildings in Australia will be reborn as a live performance venue.
A draft bill circulated by the NSW government promises greater oversight over the design and construction of buildings.
This characterful addition to a beach shack in a former coal mining village in New South Wales, by Barnacle Studio, speaks to its historical narrative and neighbouring ancient landform.
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Kathlyn Loseby, chief operating officer of Crone, is the new president of the NSW chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects.
NSW Health has released concept designs for the new Tweed Valley Hospital, to be built on a greenfield site with panoramic views.
The NSW government architect has announced the expert members who will be called upon to advise the government on state-significant projects.
A park rehabilitation and storm water re-use project in Sydney by Turf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership has won one of the top awards at the UK Civic Trust Awards.
The Sydney Part Water Re-use project by Turf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership is in the running to receive a Civic Trust Award.
Authored by the Government Architect NSW, a new draft policy for green infrastructure across the state has been released for public comment.
The NSW state parliament has passed new planning legislation that promote “good design,” “proper construction” and the “sustainable management of built heritage”.
Architect Deborah Dearing and two non-architect members have been appointed to the NSW Architects Registration Board.
Five prominent architecture practices will submit designs for a visitor centre for a relatively young botanic garden in rural NSW.