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A timely proposal that considers the imbalance between private car parks and public space has won the 2021 AA Prize for Unbuilt Work.
A timely proposal that powerfully articulates a concept.
An imaginative solution that proposes a new cultural attitude to death.
This proposal is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and conceals the benefits of density behind the semblance of cosy suburbia.
A collaborative design project to restore a community centre in Alice Springs.
A proposal that explores our responsibility to other living beings and their habitat.
This scheme proposes to stitch together fragmented parts of suburban Paris.
A series of architectural studies that take Lego into a speculative realm.
This proposal reclaims a public space that connects Sydney's CBD with the harbour.
The NSW government has approved plans to build three towers above Crows Nest metro station.
The WA government has appointed architects for two multi-million-dollar school upgrades in the state.
Denton Corker Marshall has unveiled designs for a “landmark” new building for Melbourne’s St Vincent’s Hospital, overlooking Carlton Gardens.
An emigre from the Netherlands, Dirk Bolt was an architect and planner who left an enduring legacy on the built environments of Hobart and Canberra.
Ritz and Ghougassian's designed for a Melbourne restaurant, Prior, is predicated on its its inclination towards tropes and visual cues of the great outdoors.
Durbach Block Jaggers Durbach Block Jaggers has unveiled designs for a super-skinny hotel in Sydney’s Haymarket that measures just over six metres wide and 110 metres tall.
The NSW government has approved the upgrades of three schools in Sydney, which together are worth $290 million.
A proposal to construct a two-tower commercial development on the Brisbane river has been approved by the council despite considerable opposition.
Emerging practice Oliver du Puy Architects designs spaces that elevate the human experience and explore architecture as a space for ritual and equilibrium.
Paradoxically, the COVID-19 pandemic could lead to healthier buildings and more active cities with long-term public health benefits, writes Anne-Marie Broudehoux.
This calm, compact dwelling at the rear of a Victorian terrace in Sydney represents an alternative to conventional home designs that will become increasingly valuable as our urban centres densify and household sizes decrease.