ADR’s guide to Vivid Sydney

Vivid, Sydney’s annual festival of light, music and ideas, begins tonight. ADR has collated a list of the greatest events and sights that will be of interest to the architecture and design industry, including talks by William Smart, an installation by architectural practice Turner, and a discussion on housing affordability.

NSW Architecture Awards shortlist announced

Eighty-eight projects have been shortlisted for this year’s NSW Architecture Awards, selected from a record field of over 200 entries. Those shortlisted include projects by Woods Bagot, SJB, fjmt, Smart Design Studio and Chenchow Little, among many others.

Reach for the skies: access control at airports

When it comes to access control, no facility has a greater range of requirements than airports, reports David Wilson. Tailoring solutions to the myriad different areas is the only way to make sure that passengers are always secure and never inconvenienced.

Low-grade to A-grade: EMBT’s timber installation

Sitting in stark contrast to the existing intricately carved marble columns of the Università degli Studi di Milano is the Too Good to Waste installation designed by Spanish architecture studio EMBT. The project is the result of a collaboration between EMBT, the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) and Benchmark for the Fuorisalone at this year’s […]

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Ken Maher weighs in on Federal Budget announcement