Bodies in Formation exhibition
The exhibition comprises current and past works by Matsys Design founder, Andrew Kudless, now on display in the Forum at the Abedian School of Architecture.
Todd Gannon reviews the engaging exhibition examining the convergence of art and architecture, curated by Emanuele Piccardo and Amit Wolf at LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)
City Council approves plans for Sydney’s tallest building
In a move that will reshape the iconic city’s skyline, Sydney City Council has just accepted a recommendation for approval of a 260 metre tall building at 505 George Street.
Six finalists revealed in Guggenheim Helsinki competition
Representing both emerging and established practices with offices in seven countries, including Australia, the shortlisted entries show a variety of responses to the challenge of creating a world-class museum.
SelgasCano architects selected for Serpentine Pavilion’s 15th Anniversary
Despite the challenge, few doubts remain that the 15th anniversary will prove to be one of the most interesting exhibitions the gallery has hosted yet.
DARCH Horses of the architecture industry
The aims of the DARCH Horse awards are to engage a broader audience in discussion about the importance of architecture to the city, society, and culture.
UTS architecture course director shortlisted to design Guggenheim Helsinki
The proposal from Urtzi Grau’s design team was chosen from a global pool of 1715 entries, all vying for an opportunity to design the Guggenheim Museum in Helsinki, Finland.
Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital opens with a green thumb
The design of the 359-bed hospital, by Conrad Gargett Lyons, won the prestigious Future Health Project Award at the 2014 Design and Health International Academy Awards.
2014 ArchiTeam winners announced
Since 1991 ArchiTeam has offered members professional development, networking, marketing and essential business services. In 2005 they began a bi-annual awards competition, which is now a yearly event.
Super-Sydney: density, urban types, public places
Through transit-oriented corridors and egalitarian placemaking, Sydney could become the blueprint for the creation of liveable cities. An engaging feature on the impact of urban density by David Holm and Philip Graus.