Grimshaw and BVN design NSW’s first high-rise public school
Concepts designed by Grimshaw and BVN Architecture for New South Wales’s first high-rise public secondary school have been released by the State Government.
Woods Bagot’s plans to construct hotel atop historical Sydney building
Woods Bagot has submitted an application for the construction of a 22-storey hotel atop a heritage meat packing building on George Street, as Sydney continues to revamp its historic architectural sites.
Inside designer office spaces
Design, architecture, and real estate firms spend their days creating beautiful homes and workspaces for clients, but what of the spaces they themselves work in? The offices of those in the business of interiors are some of the most inspired and individual, as one would suspect.
Plans for Adelaide Festival Plaza revealed by SA Government
Designed by ARM Architecture and landscape architects Taylor Cullity Lethlean, the plans cover 26,000 square metres of public space surrounding the Adelaide Festival Centre.
The new Australian Dream
It can be argued that Australian metropolitan regions, like many cities around the world, exhibit a crisis of identity. At the current pace of development, inner cities will, within the next 50 years, have a surplus of mediocre multi-residential projects.
Emerging practice: Studio Osk
Often the most effective working partnerships spring from stimulating collaborations, as is the case for Melbourne-based architectural practice, Studio Osk.
Tokyo: design inspiration
Nine hours and a million miles away, Tokyo is an endless resource of inspiration for those redefining the spaces and places we inhabit.
Gold Street House
Officer Woods Architects takes us behind the scenes of their South Fremantle residential project, and the process of creating of ‘ordinary’ contemporary architecture with clients that had aspired to, but never worked with architects.
Richmond’s Malt District plans halted due to Heritage Victoria’s refusal of permits
Heritage Victoria has refused to grant a permit for the first stage of work towards a $1 billion project in the area surrounding Richmond’s Nylex Clock, sighting issues with the development’s height.
Victorians call for minimum apartment standards
A public engagement survey has found that Victorians strongly support the implementation of a minimum standard for room sizes and daylight access for apartments.