Alejandro Aravena named 2016 Pritzker Prize winner
Chilean architect and current Venice Architecture Biennale director Alejandro Aravena has been named the winner of this year’s Pritzker Prize.
University of Queensland disputes council approval for 47-storey apartment building
The University of Queensland is fighting Brisbane City Council’s approval of a 47-storey apartment building planned for construction along the Brisbane River due to the site being of heritage significance.
Tonkin Zulaikha Greer take us through their dramatic transformation of a heritage-listed former church into an engaging new premises for the Darlinghurst Theatre Company.
Plans for expansion at Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art
David Walsh, the owner of Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) has announced plans to add a multi-million dollar expansion to the site, set to cost more than the museum itself.
Reshaping the block
In recycling existing houses, Australian architects are inventing new models of living, where the formalism and grandeur of the past give way to smaller, agile and artful solutions that are more sustainable and joyful to live in.
Adelaide Oval Redevelopment
The Adelaide Oval has throughout history served as a gathering place for major sporting events and public ceremonies, forming part of the social fabric of South Australia. Cox Architecture takes us through the cultural significance of their redevelopment for AR143 – Culture
Industry’s first trend forecast released next month
In anticipation of the February release of Niche Media’s first ever Global Architecture and Design Forecast, we introduce the esteemed co-directors of the trend report, Dr. Paul McGillick and Stephen Todd.
Designed by OMA over eight years in collaboration with Prada, the Fondazione Prada’s permanent home in Milan opened in mid-2015. The centre is part of a growing trend of privately owned cultural institutions being opened in the name of powerhouse fashion brands.
Jackson Clements Burrows Architects named designer of 2015
(inside) magazine recaps a stellar year for Melbourne-based architecture and design practice JCB Architects, who took out top honours to win both the Designer of the Year and Multi Residential categories at last year’s Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA).
Woods Bagot takes sixth place in the 2016 World Architecture Top 100
Alongside Woods Bagot, four other Australian practices including Cox Architecture, Bates Smart, Buchan Group and GHD Woodhead have been celebrated in the 2016 World Architecture 100, a list of the world’s top architectural firms.