The University of Tasmania has unveiled designs for two new buildings by John Wardle Architects.
Reinvention and reuse reigned supreme in the 2020 Tasmanian Architecture Awards announced via a live broadcast by the Australian Institute of Architects.
Built on the edge of the town of Kingston, Tasmania, this community hub is envisioned as the heart of a suburb that does not yet exist. How might an urban square and community facility attract and serve in the urban fringe?
Terroir has completed its concept design of the proposed North West Museum and Art Gallery in Burnie, Tasmania.
Two new interconnected hotels designed by Perth-based Scanlan Architects form an ambitious proposal that would transform Launceston’s heritage precinct.
Following a lengthy tender process, Terroir has been announced as the architect for a multi-million dollar cultural centre in Burnie.
A contentious tourist development planned for the Walls of Jerusalem National Park has been given an effective green light.
Some 34 building will be on show at Open House Launceston, happening on Saturday 7 September as part of the Junction Arts Festival.
This addition to a Bruny Island bush shack by Dock4 cleverly exaggerates the existing roof form to create volume, drama and a dialogue with the surrounding landscape.
John Wardle Architects will partner with three Tasmanian practices to design the University of Tasmania’s new Launceston and Burnie campuses.
The Australian Institute of Architects’ Tasmanian state election policy platform includes calls for a statewide design policy and a government architect.
The federal government has approved the $260m redevelopment of the UTAS Launceston campus masterplanned by McBride Charles Ryan.
A sequel to The Commons in Melbourne is planned for central Hobart, in what is thought to be Australia’s first carbon-positive multi-residential project.
A draft version of a bill that would allow the Tasmanian government to make planning decisions regarding major projects has been released.
A major overhaul of a visitor centre at the Port Arthur Historic Site in Tasmania will be “calm and restrained.”
Updated designs to a controversial hotel tower proposal would see the building’s height increased by 60 metres and provide for major changes to the facade.
A masterplan by McBride Charles Ryan for the relocation of the University of Tasmania’s Launceston campus to an inner-city site has been released.
Plans to replace visitor facilities on Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain with buildings up to nine metres high have been approved by the local council.
A 50-room luxury resort by Silvester Fuller and Aspect Studios will be set into Tasmania’s Table Cape, beneath a landscaped green roof.
Federal, state and local governments will jointly fund a new, MCR-masterplanned campus under the third City Deal scheme.