St Kilda East Townhouses
Patrick Jost of Jost Architects takes us through the contemporary design of the twin townhouses – a multigenerational project home to his family and his parents.
Fender Katsalidis Architects’ Melbourne Quarter towers approved
The trio of towers that form Melbourne Quarter, designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects, have been approved by Victoria’s Planning Minister, Richard Wynne.
Highlights: MPavilion reveals 2016 program
The Naomi Milgrom Foundation and MPavilion have revealed the venue’s 2016 program, which will feature more than 400 free public events.
Brutalist Beauty: concrete takes on a new life
“Concrete gets a hard time of it,” says architect Nick Tobias, no pun intended. “People think it’s cold and austere – but in fact, just like any other material it can be warm, sensual, inviting.”
Cox Architecture to convert Pentridge Prison into hotel
Melbourne’s Pentridge Prison, once home to Ned Kelly and Mark “Chopper” Read, is set to become a hotel, offering guests the chance to stay in a converted prison cell.
Raising the quality of life in multi-res: 122 Roseneath Street
The future of multi-residential development is locally focused and socially sustainable. With collective experience of successful high-density living gleaned from time spent in Europe, and an intimate knowledge of the area, 122 Roseneath Street presents a shift in the role of the architect as developer.
Innovative composites: Shapeshift Design Technologies
“We’ve done funky shapes, and we can do that forever, but I think there are some real gains to be made in finding and developing the right materials for the job.” In 2001, Toby Whitfield and Jaime Marina founded the composites manufacturing company, mouldCAM.
Think Brick Award winners revealed
The 2016 Think Brick Award winners have been announced, with Freadman White, Iredale Pedersen Hook, Harmer Architecture, Turf Design Studio, and Genesin Studio all taking out prizes.
The future of education design
ThomsonAdsett’s director, Peter C. Lippman, is an educational facility planner, author, and researcher well regarded for his international expertise in education design. Here, Lippman shares his insights into the trends that will continue to shape the design of schools in years to come.
Mary Place, All Hallows’ School
At All Hallows’ School, Wilson Architects has formed a forward-thinking place to support learning within a city context, projecting the shape of things to come in Australian education.