Architectus has been appointed design a new $180 million medical research building for Flinders University in Adelaide.
David Adjaye and Australian artist Daniel Boyd have designed a public square and accompanying building to be owned by the council in the centre of Sydney.
Part of a $955 million redevelopment of Sydney’s main railway station, the new entrance is designed to “sweep” passengers in.
An existing 1970s building in Sydney’s Surry Hills will be transformed with a distinctive façade under a proposal by Candalepas Associates.
The transformation of a Coptic orthodox church in Melbourne’s Kensington will balance the religious and the public – a place for the congregation and broader community.
The Hans Heysen Foundation is seeking a South Australian architect to design a purpose-built gallery and visitor centre.
A competition-winning scheme to rejuvenate a tired shopping centre in Sydney’s Surry Hills has been approved by the local council.
The Quandamooka Art, Museum and Performance Institute (QUAMPI), designed by Cox Architecture, has received $4.5 million in funding from the state government.
The 19-storey tower, designed by Lyons, would accommodate 10,000 students in Bankstown
Designed by the architect of the celebrated Fuji Kindergarten in Tokyo, Emerald Place will intentionally challenge children’s motor skills to aid their development.
A proposed 19-storey hotel is part of “an emerging development typology which utilizes airspace rights over heritage assets.”
A new $32 million building at the edge of Melbourne’s Albert Park Lake will include a function centre, theatre and community hub.
A reworked proposal for an office skyscraper in Melbourne’s CBD, by Bates Smart, has been approved by council.
Cox Architecture’s design was chosen over proposals from Fender Katsalidis and Grimshaw with Chandler Architecture.
Six teams have been shortlisted in a design competition to design a 183-metre office tower on Sydney Harbour.
A four-building, $400 million civic centre will occupy the heart of Sydney’s “airport city.”
A radical Australian proposal, to be exhibited at Oslo Architecture Triennial, uses the practice of interment to combat deforestation and greenhouse gas emissions.
The plans, designed by Architectus, call for a major expansion of facilities at one of Australia’s most expensive private schools.
Designed by Group GSA, the pool would sit within a simple, relocatable barge.
Ranging from four to 22 stories, each of the buildings borrows from the qualities and scale of its neighbours.