Architectus and Six Degrees Architects’ design celebrates the campus’s industrial heritage and champions its ongoing contribution to regional prosperity.
Monash University has opened a $54.3 million performing arts centre at its Clayton Campus which includes an upgraded modernist theatre and two new concert halls.
The design for this vineyard and sculpture park on a coastal site in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula skilfully orchestrates architecture, landscape and art into a cohesive and integrated whole.
Local practices Grant Amon Architects and Brearley Architects and Urbanists have won a competition for the design of Australia’s first purpose-built LGBTQI Pride Centre in Melbourne’s St Kilda.
Geelong is the latest city to join in on the federal government’s flurry of City Deals agreements.
The Office of the Victorian Government Architect has released a guide exploring and detailing the relationship between good design and heritage.
This futuristic reimagining of the humble roadside service station as sculptural architecture by Peddle Thorp Architects brings a postmodern statement to Corio, on the industrial outskirts of Geelong.
Early works have commenced on the implementation of a masterplan by McGregor Coxall that aims to improve and conserve the Victoria’s Shipwreck Coast.
A proposal, designed by Hassell, would see a heritage-listed, 19th century wool depot converted for use as a high-rise office block.
New visions accompany the announcement that work will soon commence on the construction of the $38.5m Geelong Performing Arts Centre redevelopment.
The 39-storey, Woods-Bagot-designed Victoria Police Centre in central Melbourne will now be sent to the Vic planning minister for final approval.
A property in Melbourne’s St Kilda will become home to a LGBTI community centre on a street that has been home to an annual pride festival since 1996.
An RMIT University report says 1.2m dwellings could be incorporated into existing areas as Melbourne’s population swells.
Research shows that urban sprawl could be threatening highly productive agricultural areas on the fringes of big cities.
The board of the newly created Infrastructure Victoria includes Margaret Gardner, who oversaw RMIT’s campus transformation.
CHC part of consortium that will design 15 schools for rapidly growing outer Melbourne suburbs.
Eight trams celebrating all things building to roll out in the lead up to the 2015 Melbourne Festival.
Changes outlined in Hassell’s master plan for Melbourne’s Victoria Harbour could create a Circular Quay-like hub.
The state government is encouraging contributions as it puts the state’s creative industries up for discussion.
An audit into the state’s domestic construction industry has found a need for serious reform.