The State of the Art of Architecture is the inaugural event by the Chicago Architecture Biennale, taking place from 3 October 2015 through to 3 January 2016. Sixty participants have been selected from more than 30 countries for the event, including Sydney-based studio, otherothers.
‘The Pool’ by Aileen Sage and Michelle Tabet has been revealed as the first architectural exhibition for the Australian Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale. ADR speaks to the young team about their exciting project.
180 Thomas Street
Bates Smart’s Thomas Street building sits diagonally across from Frank Gehry’s Dr Chau Chak Wing Building. So how should architects respond to such a flamboyant neighbour: challenge or ignore it?
Huaxin Business Centre
The Huaxin Business Centre designed by Scenic Architecture Office tells an unconventional Chinese story of form following structure.
Chicago Architecture Biennale
Building Indigenous awareness: Q+A with Rueben Berg
As a practicing architect and founder of Indigenous Architecture and Design Victoria, Rueben Berg has been behind the scenes of Victoria’s most culturally significant projects, including Melbourne’s William Barak Portrait building.
New Generation Bendigo Library by MGS
Reworking the existing 1984 library building and curating a new public axis across the site, this new development by McGauran Giannini Soon Architects forms an urban threshold between old and new, as well as between Hargreaves Street and Lyttleton Terrace.
Banyule council opposes suburban skyscraper in Ivanhoe
The Ivanhoe project, proposed by developer Caydon, is indicative an evolution in residential models in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.
UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT by DCM
Denton Corker Marshall’s monolithic contribution is a triumph of master planning, activating ground-level and subterranean spaces at the University of Technology, Sydney.
UK Stirling Prize winner Amanda Levete to design 2015 MPavilion
Following the success of Sean Godsell’s inaugural MPavilion in 2014, many in the local architecture and design community expected an Australian practice to be named as this year’s designer.
Deakin University by Woods Bagot
Woods Bagot’s Burwood Highway Frontage building is a fine example of well-crafted and thoughtful architecture, with clearly articulated and well-lit interior volumes in contrast to a monumental solidity.