The Victorian government has appointed a six-person panel to review the state’s building regulation, in the face of high profile defects and use of non-compliant materials.
The $200,000-prize-pool competition calls for designs for the public precinct surrounding Sydney Olympic Park.
Forensic Architecture has released a statement in support of arrested Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Marnie Morieson visits some of São Paulo’s best-known examples of radical brutalism and ruminates on the role architecture can play in fostering a fairer, more equal society.
A year on from the Grenfell Tower fire, the Australian Institute of Architects has called for national action on building standards, ahead of an intergovernmental summit.
Sydney Olympic Stadium saved from demolition, Cox’s Sydney Football Stadium still faces wrecking ball
The NSW government has backflipped on its decision to demolish and rebuild two sports stadiums in Sydney.
In the ministerial reshuffle announced on 19 December, Paul Fletcher will expand his current portfolio to become Minister for Urban Infrastructure for Cities.
In a rare move, the Victorian parliament has revoked planning approval for a 13-storey development in Melbourne’s south east.
The NSW government’s decision to demolish and rebuilt sports stadiums in Sydney has been met with a vexed response.
Victoria has joined a number of other Australian states in announcing a new taskforce that will audit the use of non-compliant cladding.
The Queensland government has announced a 10-year plan to deliver an affordable housing program that “hasn’t been done at scale in this country in decades.”
Architect Philip Thalis has been elected to the City of Sydney council as a member of Clover Moore’s Independent Team, following the New South Wales council elections on 10 September.
Architect Philip Thalis, of Hill Thalis Architecture and Urban Projects, will run as a candidate for Clover Moore’s Independent Team in the City of Sydney election.