A month after being granted a permit to build the largest development outside Melbourne’s CBD, the developers of Whitehorse Towers in Box Hill have announced that all 511 apartments have been sold.
ADR recaps with look at the inaugural DEN fair, and we announce our #bestofDEN competition winners.
Culture at Risk: National Architecture Conference 2015
This year’s National Architecture Conference brought forth a diversity of ideology and opinion, emphatically expressed at the Culture panel discussion chaired by Andrew Mackenzie with panellists Deborah Saunt, Ian McDougall and Cynthia Davidson.
Bijl Architecture develop One4Food Soup Kitchen
Sydney-based architecture and design practice Bijl Architecture has recently taken part in improving a community outreach initiative based in Redfern, Sydney.
Suburban skyscraper: a sell-out success
Help Shigeru Ban build emergency shelters in Nepal
Together with his humanitarian relief outfit Voluntary Architects’ Network (VAN), Ban will implement a three-phased project to provide housing and infrastructure for thousands of homeless victims.
Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2015
Victorians who have shown leadership in sustainability and a commitment to improving the environment are invited to apply for the Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2015.
City of Melbourne announces 2015/16 budget
The City of Melbourne has announced its draft plan and budget for 2015-16, showing demonstrating a continued commitment to sustainability, transport, and community services.
2016 Venice Architecture Biennale NZ creative director announced
The New Zealand exhibition will be titled “Future Islands”, with a team led by Dr Walker and exhibition associate director Kathy Waghorn, of the University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning.
University of Sydney students research informal settlements in Indonesia
For nine days, the University of Sydney and ITB students will spend time studying and understanding the population, urban structure and governance of Tamansari, which has one of the largest and most dense populations in Bandung.
Architecture and disaster: emergency shelter in Nepal
The international architecture community is pushing for urgent assistance in long-term and safe reconstruction in Nepal, with notable architect Shigeru Ban and furniture giant IKEA among those contributing to relief efforts.
ID x The Snap Assembly: fresh talent at DEN Fair
Image above, Tip Vase by Shareen Joel, exhibiting at ID. as part of DEN Furniture Fair. Premiering within the DEN Furniture and Design Fair in Melbourne at the Convention and Exhibition centre from 14-16th May is ID X The Snap Collective. A first of its kind the project is founded and curated by Anne-Maree Sargeant, […]
Entries open for World Architecture Festival 2015
The World Architecture Festival will once again provide the opportunity for architects to showcase their talent on a global stage. The prestigious event opens the door to international media coverage, peer and client recognition, and the potential for exciting new commissions. Entries are now open.
Venice Biennale Q+A: Aileen Sage and Michelle Tabet
‘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.