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The Australian Institute of Architects announced the winners of the 2020 Queensland Architecture Awards on 9 July.
An international design team comprising Hassell, New York’s Rex and Brisbane firm Richards and Spence has taken out a design competition for a 37-storey tower on the Brisbane river.
Geoff Hanmer argues the federal government should learn from the global financial crisis and provide funding for a long list of school, health, community and social housing projects to overcome the valley of death.
Soft boundaries create multipurpose spaces that reflect a young couple’s character while generous windows connect interiors with “domesticated wilds” around this fluid, functional Melbourne home.
In this Talking Houses video, Jesse Bennett and Anne Marie Campagnolo reflect on their remarkable first home together, Planchonella House.
We asked 10 industry leaders about how the architecture industry can and should respond to the climate crisis.
Designed by Ewert Leaf, this pared-back and striking cafe in Melbourne’s Footscray belies a host of logistical and functional solutions to manage its portside setting.
Koichi Takada Architects has designed a 30-storey tower for South Brisbane that will be home to five times more trees than the nearby park.
The NSW Government will keep the Powerhouse Museum at Ultimo open as well as build a new museum in Parramatta.
The University of Melbourne has progressed its plans for a $2 billion campus at Melbourne's Fishermans Bend, after a stage one planning application was submitted to the Victorian government.
Stephen Choi outlines how architects – at the most practical level – can save the earth, from deepening our understanding of human behaviour to uniting disconnected habitats and building in resilience.
The Australian Institute of Architects announced the NSW awards via a live broadcast on 3 July.
The Australian Institute of Architects announced the winners of the 2020 South Australian Architecture Awards on 2 July.
Overhead storage, modular cooktops and clever wine cabinets with multiple temperature zones.
After a major 1960s downscaling and a series of ad hoc renovations, Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin’s Capitol Theatre has been re-engineered to beguile audiences for another hundred years.
The construction union has placed a green ban on the demolition of two heritage buildings which could put the proposed Powerhouse Parramatta project in jeopardy.
Howard Tanner, former national president of the Australian Institute of Architects, reflects on his experience running a practice through financial crises.
Japanese tiles, large-format panels, recycled denim laminate and more, selected by Houses magazine's editors.
Books to entertain and educate, on mid-century modernism, plants, glam interiors and Sean Godsell.
In this video, Tony Chenchow and Stephanie Little return to the Darling Point Apartment to literally unfold the elements of this tranquil apartment.