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Former NSW government architect and district comissioner of the Greater Sydney Comission Peter Poulet has been made a professor of practice architecture at Western Sydney University.
A proposal for a slender, 30-storey tower atop a heritage building in central Brisbane, designed by Hames Sharley, has been approved.
Embracing the elements inherent in traditional courtyard houses, this home by Breakspear Architects in Sydney’s inner-west uses rational geometry in a way that is poised, powerful and surprisingly flexible.
US-based education and advocacy organization The Cultural Landscape Foundation has launched an international landscape architecture prize worth US$100,000 to be conferred biennially.
The City of Parramatta has lodged a development application for its long-planned civic building on Parramatta Square, designed by Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, Designinc and Lacoste and Stevenson
Infrastructure Australia has warned that despite rising rates of investment in infrastructure, “more must be done if we are to maintain, let alone enhance, our quality of life and economic efficiency.”
The redevelopment of Queensland Ballet’s Thomas Dixon Centre is on track for completion before Christmas 2020.
Seven Australian residential projects are among more than 30 global finalists in the 2017-2018 Kitchen Design Contest.
Perpetuating the verandah culture that exists in Port Fairy, a coastal town in south-west Victoria, this pair of houses designed by Sibling director Nicholas Braun for his sister make a friendly addition to the neighbourhood.
The Murray Art Museum Albury has announced that Chrofi will design an “experimental” pavilion that will occupy Albury’s QEII Square over the summer.
Applications are now open for the 2020 Australian Institute of Architects’ Dulux Study Tour, a coveted 10-day European architectural tour for five emerging architects.
A vacant bar, cinema and nightclub on Sydney’s Oxford Street would become a multipurpose building containing both entertainment venues and a purpose-built medical facility under a new proposal.
A community-based organization in Melbourne's St Kilda has launched a $5,000 ideas competition to reimagine a historic jetty.
This former electrical substation at the end of an inner-Sydney lane is recast as a couple’s contemporary home by Tribe Studio through the empathetic and dexterous use of vertical space.
Woods Bagot has led the development of a concept design and planning application for a new hub for the University of Melbourne’s Melbourne Business School.
In her review of the 2019 Housing Futures conference in Melbourne, Alysia Bennett finds a forum that “provides a concrete and acute understanding of the implications of possibilities and barriers to delivery and scalability of best practice housing.”
Victoria’s planning minister Richard Wynne has refused to extend a permit to construct a 26-storey tower behind Melbourne’s historic Windsor Hotel.
Two monolithic pavilions shrouded in concrete rise from a landscaped platform in an skilful balance of architectural expression, material composition and comfort.
Sophie Dyring, the architect of the 57 tiny houses being erected on surplus government land in Melbourne for the homeless, said empathy was key to the project.
Opening the office to the city: PLH Arkitekter’s Paulette Christophersen on the future of workplace design
Ahead of an appearance in Sydney, Paulette Christophersen, of Copenhagen-based practice PLH Arkitekter, explains her response to the fluidity of the modern workplace.