Tag: Tall buildings
A 16-storey John Wardle Architects-designed commercial tower in central Melbourne has been completed.
ARM Architecture, designers of the redevelopment of the Melbourne Central shopping centre in 2001, return to the complex with a design for a timber office addition.
Timothy Moore looks at Melbourne’s “unruly and wild” crop of towers, and asks why there exists such a “gulf between what the centres of Australian cities look like […] and community expectations”
Henrik Schoenefeldt argues that if architects “had paid more attention to the difficulties of building with glass, the great environmental damage wrought by modern glass skyscrapers could have been avoided.”
Woods Bagot has won an architectural design competition for a mixed-use tower in central Sydney that will comprise a hotel and office space.
An interim report of an ongoing investigation into defects in the Opal Tower in Sydney has been published by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment.
The Sydney Central City Planning Panel has approved a proposal for a 25-storey office tower in central Parramatta, designed by Crone, with landscape architecture by Urbis.
Building certification might be a contributing factor, but what went wrong at Opal Tower is is much more complex than that. Making certification a government responsibility again won’t solve it.
A planning application has been submitted for a 55-storey commercial tower designed by Bates Smart in the centre of Melbourne.
Standing at 52 metres tall, the Bates Smart-designed 25 King in Brisbane is also has the largest gross floor area for an engineered timber building in the world.
Work has begun on a pair of towers by Fender Katsalidis and Cox Architecture that neighbour the World Heritage-listed Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne.
Two separate tower proposals are currently before planning authorities, which would bring three skyscrapers to the Parramatta CBD.
Developer Beulah International has announced the winner of its international competition to design a more than $2 billion mixed-use tower in Melbourne’s Southbank.
Nettleton Tribe and Fox Johnston have won a design competition for a 62-storey residential tower in Parramatta.
Developer Beulah International has unveiled the shortlisted designs for its more than $2 billion mixed-use tower development in Melbourne’s Southbank.
Ingenhoven Architects and Architectus have won a competition for the design of a 270-metre mixed-use tower on Sydney’s George Street.
WOHA’s Oasia Hotel Downtown and FJMT’s EY Centre are among the winners of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s Tall Buildings Awards.
Transport for NSW is seeking to secure initial approval for a 42-storey office tower above the planned Victoria Cross metro station in North Sydney.
Decibel Architecture has daringly proposed an astonishingly slender residential tower to help fund one of Australia’s oldest scientific research institutions.
Developer Beulah International has announced the members of the jury that will select the winning proposal for a mixed-use development in Southbank.