• CHROFI designs ‘hovering cube’ for National Botanic Gardens


    “From the outside, the building presents as a translucent box that entices the visitor toward it. On arrival, a glint of green slices through the form, providing a tantalising hint of the splendour of plants within.” Sydney-based studio CHROFI has won a competition to design the new conservatory for the Australian National Botanic Gardens.

  • Personal Works: commissioned artwork in architecture

    Rose Seidler House Mural_Photo (c) Nicholas Watt_458

    Privately commissioned artworks have a long history in architecture and today we are seeing a fresh appetite for wall-work with a more personal touch.

  • Melbourne School of Design students: Danielle Mileo


    Danielle is a current student of the 300-point Master of Architecture program, which is for students who studied a prior degree outside the built environment disciplines (career changers), at Melbourne School of Design (MSD).

  • Balancing the gender scales: women in architecture


    Penny Craswell dives into the gender imbalance in architecture and explores the ways it can be overcome.

  • Building a place of welcome: the Guesthouse


    Dr. Caroline Vains, lecturer and project leader, discusses the Guesthouse – a student project that works to highlight the migrant experience while creating a place of welcome, developed in collaboration with the local migrant community and Christof Mayer of raumlabor.berlin.

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