Painting Industry News
The City of Melbourne has unveiled designs for a new food hall at the historic Queen Victoria Market that will create "an exciting contemporary hospitality destination" at the precinct.
The Australian government has launched a design competition for a National Memorial for Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse.
Themed “Design the world you want,” the program for Melbourne Design Week presented more than 300 events over the 11-day festival.
The construction boom in the Wide Bay is happening so fast, industry leaders warn there are not enough workers to keep up the pace.
Behind the heritage facade of two pre-existing Melbourne houses, this new home for a family of five strikes a balance between quietude and noise, between fun and functionality.
A colonial-era property in the heart of Tasmania, Hollow Tree House called for a slow, archaeological design approach. Here, Stephanie McGann chats with Harriett England, one of the home’s owners, about the deeply collaborative process of refurbishing and renovating this house of many histories.
In his pursuit of "excellence, beauty and honesty," Jeffrey Bokey-Grant of Bokey Grant creates residential architecture that exemplifies creative curiosity and responds to the particularities of the site.
Celebrating the vernacular of a bygone era, Eliza Gosse’s most recent exhibition explores how suburbia has shaped our cultural identity.
In Australia and elsewhere a movement has emerged that supports tiny house living as an important response to the housing affordability crisis.
The $708 million overhaul of Sydney’s Harbourside Shopping Centre will go before NSW’s Independent Planning Commission.
The Archdiocese of Brisbane has unveiled ambitious plans to build an eight-storey office block next to St Patrick’s Church.
ARM’s Chancellery acts as a portal between Monash University and the community, celebrating campus history while providing a contemporary facility.
Each mouthguard is fitted with a computer chip that records the number of high impacts experienced by players at training and during games. Georgie Tunny reports.
Toondah Harbour in the Redlands, east of Brisbane, is listed a Priority Development Area but local community groups who have campaigned for years against the impact on protected wetlands say koala habitats are also at risk.