The Architecture of Iwan Iwanoff: through the lens of Jack Lovel celebrates the work of the Bulgarian-born architect who “is to Perth what Gaudi is to Barcelona.”
Six Degrees Architects and Nettleton Tribe Architects will each design elements of a new development within the Curtin University campus that will comprise university buildings and private developments.
The WA government has introduced the first stage of a new set of policies intended to foster good design for the built environment.
A proposal for the redevelopment of Subiaco’s former Pavilion Markets, which includes a 24-storey mixed-use tower, has been endorsed by council.
The Western Australian government has published a “vision concept” for the disused Subiaco Oval precinct near the CBD.
Perth-based Arcadia Design Studio has reimagined a historic former synagogue in Fremantle into a cluster of bars and restaurants.
Optus Stadium, designed by Hassell, Cox Architecture, and HKS Sport and Entertainment, has been named the Project of the Year at The Stadium Business awards.
A proposal for a floating pool in Swan River in central Perth, designed by ARM Architecture, could become an “amphitheater” in the river.
A 1.7-hectare “superblock” in Perth’s Applecross could be home to a new mixed-use precinct under Woods Bagot’s vision.
A number of film screenings, tours, and panel discussions at the 2018 Perth Writers Week will have an architectural slant.
The 60,000-seat Perth Stadium, designed by Hassell, Cox Architecture, and HKS Sport and Entertainment, will open to the public on 21 January.
A collaboration between an architect, researcher and artist, Moments of Place at Perth’s Paper Mountain gallery dealt with ideas of place and the imagined audience.
A comedy video produced by a group of concerned Perth locals in turn celebrates and lambasts the city’s bridges.
GHD Woodhead and Weston Williamson and Partners will design three stations for a new rail line linking central Perth with its airport.
A City of South Perth planning and design report, authored by Roberts Day, hopes to foster the transit-led development of the South Perth Peninsula.
A Denton Corker Marshall and Parry and Rosenthal Architects-designed pedestrian bridge linking east Perth to the new Perth Stadium will now be fabricated locally.
A proposed “interpretative facility” would combine the functions of a museum, park and events space amid a 60 hectare public reserve.
“Structural impediments” in housing policy and supply are stopping the “trickle down” housing effect.
Architecture and design firm GroupGSA has announced that architect Will Lakin will head up the firm’s expansion into WA.
Development in the South Perth Station Precinct could be subject to tighter rules following a court ruling.