Tag: Regional Australia
The NSW-ACT border town of Queanbeyan is set for a significant transformation with a $74 million civic and cultural precinct designed by Cox Architecture.
“The culture of design in Newcastle is evidently very strong,” said jury chair Sam Crawford, of Sam Crawford Architects.
What, if anything, is a house? This one-day symposium will explore genre-bending houses that combine the function of living with something else.
The $128 million final stage of Geelong Arts Centre redevelopment will be designed by ARM Architecture.
Work has begun on Kirsten Thompson Architect’s trestle bridge-inspired expansion to a building once owned by the late Arthur Boyd.
Woods Bagot’s new terminal for Port Hedland International Airport will be more than 800 square metres larger than the existing structure.
Geelong’s cultural precinct has a fresh new face following the completion of the redevelopment of the only state-owned arts centre outside of metropolitan Melbourne.
Lyons Architects’ design for new government offices in Bendigo is inspired by the history of the region and the materials used in the construction of its historic buildings.
A roadmap for the implementation of the Geelong City Deal has been released by state, federal and local governments.
A major cultural centre for Coffs Harbour is set to become a new centralized heart of the city.
Designs by Hayball for a new public library in the town of Young, in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales, have been endorsed by the local council.
In the third in a series of essays that pick apart regional architecture in Australia, Helen Norrie turns her eye to a number of initiatives that hope to transform perceptions of regional life.
The Australian Institute of Architects has announced the winners of the NT Architecture Awards.
Regional towns and cities have historically been the backbone of Australia, yet they currently represent a blindspot in urban thinking. In a series of essays to be published on ArchitectureAU over the coming weeks, guest editor Helen Norrie examines the initiatives that are reframing the perceived limitations of smaller populations and geographical dislocation to present compelling alternatives to life in major urban centres.
Kieran Wong laments the failings inherent in procuring essential work for Indigenous communities, a process in which politics, bureaucracy and a misguided push for innovation inhibit empowerment and reconciliation.
Architect Sue Dugdale, who works and lives in Mparntwe, or Alice Springs, describes a “ a town with edges” with “multiple levels and types of anxiety” that define the town’s built and social fabric.
Shaneen Fantin speaks with practitioners in far north Queensland to discuss flexible practice models, working with government and the profits and pitfalls of collaboration.
Chrofi with McGregor Coxall’s revival of the city centre of Maitland, New South Wales, is a sublime lesson in addition and subtraction. Chrofi’s gateway building is a delicate aperture in the otherwise solid streetscape, forging a strong connection between city and river.
Hassell and non-profit organization Architects Without Frontiers (AWF) have collaborated with the Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation on a concept design for a new cultural precinct in a Northern Territory town.
The Australian Open Centre will receive $20 million in government and community funding for the first stage of construction.