This rear addition to a heritage cottage on a raised corner block in Fremantle sits in harmony with the existing structure and enhances its cherished “ramshackle” nature.
Designed by TAG Architects and FJMT, the Elevate gallery space will be the largest rooftop venue in Perth.
Geoff Warn, who served as government architect from 2013, concluded his term in February 2020.
Cottesloe council has appointed Aspect Studios to undertake detail design work for the masterplan of Cottesloe foreshore.
Billionaires Kerry Stokes and Andrew Forrest are backing a $218 million development of the historic East Perth Power Station, with Kerry Hill Architects leading the design.
A hotel with the capacity to accommodate patients undergoing treatment and recovery is underway in Western Australia.
The Western Australian government has delayed the announcement of funding for projects under the Perth City Deal due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Geoff Warn has stepped down as Western Australia’s Government Architect after seven years in services.
Originally dubbed “Perth+,” the revised design for the waterfront development now omits the titular cantilevering section.
A three-tower project near Perth Arena and Yagan Square will be an injection of 155 apartments.
A development proposal lacking in “memorability and distinctiveness” has been approved by the WA planning minister despite a series of rejections by local authorities.
Murdoch University’s New Academic Building will be the first large-scale timber building in Western Australia.
A competition has been launched for the design of for a new environmental education centre at its campus in Perth’s south.
The New Museum for WA, a major addition to Perth Cultural Centre, has reached practical completion.
Talks are underway for the relocation of a university campus to Perth CBD, under a city deal agreement between the state and federal governments.
A merger of two WA government development agencies spells a new era for state’s future.
Designed by Group GSA, the pool would sit within a simple, relocatable barge.
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.