Renzo Piano’s Whitney Museum opens in New York
Watch Italian Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano’s new building for the Whitney Museum of American Art take shape in New York’s Meatpacking District, in this time-lapse construction video.
Archiving Seasons of Light: Erieta Attali on Kengo Kuma
New York-based architectural photographer Erieta Attali presents a photographic exhibition of projects by renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma at the University of Sydney’s Tin Sheds Gallery.
New York inspired by Elenberg Fraser
The many similarities between Collingwood’s heritage protected facades and the streets of New York City are about to expand thanks to a new luxury residential project by Melbourne based architects Elenberg Fraser.
Guggenheim Helsinki Stage Two Designs Revealed
The six finalists of the prestigious Guggenheim Helsinki design competition have revealed their Stage Two designs. Organized by the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum and Foundation, the competition invited concept proposals for a new 12,000sqm waterfront museum in Helsinki, Finland.
Venice Biennale Q+A: Aileen Sage and Michelle Tabet
‘The Pool’ by Aileen Sage and Michelle Tabet has been revealed as the first architectural exhibition for the Australian Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale. ADR speaks to the young team about their exciting project.
180 Thomas Street
Bates Smart’s Thomas Street building sits diagonally across from Frank Gehry’s Dr Chau Chak Wing Building. So how should architects respond to such a flamboyant neighbour: challenge or ignore it?
Huaxin Business Centre
The Huaxin Business Centre designed by Scenic Architecture Office tells an unconventional Chinese story of form following structure.
Chicago Architecture Biennale
The State of the Art of Architecture is the inaugural event by the Chicago Architecture Biennale, taking place from 3 October 2015 through to 3 January 2016. Sixty participants have been selected from more than 30 countries for the event, including Sydney-based studio, otherothers.
Building Indigenous awareness: Q+A with Rueben Berg
As a practicing architect and founder of Indigenous Architecture and Design Victoria, Rueben Berg has been behind the scenes of Victoria’s most culturally significant projects, including Melbourne’s William Barak Portrait building.
New Generation Bendigo Library by MGS
Reworking the existing 1984 library building and curating a new public axis across the site, this new development by McGauran Giannini Soon Architects forms an urban threshold between old and new, as well as between Hargreaves Street and Lyttleton Terrace.