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.
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.