Tag: Sydney Opera House
To coincide with the United Nations’ World Environment Day, the Sydney Opera House has announced a number of sustainability achievements.
Architect Peter Hall and industrial designer Grant Featherston are among 61 deceased Australians added to the Australian Dictionary of Biography.
Designed by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, a new function centre has opened inside the Sydney Opera House.
A new annual international competition calls on young creative talents to reimagine unbuilt designs by the Sydney Opera House architect Jørn Utzon for the modern world.
Reflecting on an exhibitionthat celebrated the centenary of Jørn Utzon’s birth, Philip Drew explores how the ruined pyramids of the Maya and the invention of the Super 8 film camera shaped the architect’s work.
Architectural historian Anne Watson’s new book is a carefully researched study into the often misunderstood story of architect Peter Hall’s role in the completion of the Sydney Opera House.
Sydney Opera House has released a new edition of its Conservation Management Plan, which will guide the biggest renewal of the iconic building since it opened.
Cristina Garduño Freeman examines the often-overlooked contribution made by Australian architects to the design of the Sydney Opera House and argues that authorial plurality has not diminished the building’s success as a public place.