Tag: Tall buildings
The City of Sydney has approved a proposal to constructed a 270-metre-tall residential tower in central Sydney designed by Ingehoven Architects and Architectus.
GPT Group and AMP Capital have announced the winner of an international competition to design their $650 million commercial tower project in Sydney’s Darling Harbour.
A much-hyped two-tower development proposal that could become Australia’s tallest has edged closer to approval.
Bates Smart used CLT to create a 10 storey addition to an existing building that would have only supported an additional six storeys.
Originally dubbed “Perth+,” the revised design for the waterfront development now omits the titular cantilevering section.
A development proposal lacking in “memorability and distinctiveness” has been approved by the WA planning minister despite a series of rejections by local authorities.
Crone has designed a 35-storey hotel tower for Sydney’s Pitt Street that will be constructed using recycled brick.
A contentious proposal to construct a 237-metre-tall hotel and residential tower at the Star Casino in Sydney’s Pyrmont has been rejected.
The 19-storey tower, designed by Lyons, would accommodate 10,000 students in Bankstown
This pair of student housing towers is integrated with a refurbished historic arcade in Brisbane, which is the social heart of the complex.
Despite the City of Sydney’s wide ranging concerns, the last of a Renzo Piano Building Workshop designed trio of towers in Barangaroo was approved by the Independent Planning Commission.
A newly completed 33-storey tower complements the civic architecture of Sydney’s Martin Place.
Architect Yvonne von Hartel, appointed to review a scathing report on the proposed FJMT tower, has delivered an even more damning rebuke of the design.
Cox Architecture’s design of a corporate tower in South Yarra is influenced by the local council’s 20-year-old vision for the surrounding precinct.
A proposal for a 13-storey extension of the QT hotel in Sydney by Candalepas Associates has been submitted to the City of Sydney.
A development application for an 80-storey tower on Sydney’s George Street designed by Ingehoven and Architectus has been submitted for consideration by the City of Sydney.
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has opened a curvaceous companion to its landmark brutalist tower in the centre of Sydney.
A proposal for a slender, 30-storey tower atop a heritage building in central Brisbane, designed by Hames Sharley, has been approved.
GHD Woodhead have designed a 28-storey hotel in central Adelaide, to be built on the site of a heritage-listed bank.
Four local and international architectural teams are shortlisted in competition to design a proposed $600 million tower in the centre of Brisbane.