Changes on the home front: Australia’s evolving front yard
ADR takes a look at how the front yard can be interpreted as a meeting place between home and city.
Domenic Alvaro Architects creates a small but intriguing project in the rural context of Dalefield at the Wakatipu Basin on New Zealand’s South Island.
A Particular vision
A visit to Particular Architects’ convertible Melbourne office gives a neat insight into the fundamentals of the emerging practice’s strong design ethos. ADR speaks to Particular principal, Nicholas Ling.
Lake Hāwea House
Lake Hāwea House by Glamuzina Paterson Architects visually engages with the cut and carved forms of the surrounding mountains by mimicking their tectonics.
Patriotic architecture: Australia’s built identity
A pavilion, an arboretum and a shrine. How does our national identity manifest itself in a building? In light of recent Australia Day festivities, ADR reflects on three major public design projects embodying patriotic pride.
Hayball: a closer look at an industry leader
Following Hayball’s placing amongst the 2015 international list of Top 100 Architecture Firms, ADR contributor Doug Ross takes a closer look at what has driven their success.
Harry Seidler’s iconic MLC Centre to be revitalised by Harry Seidler & Associates and Woods Bagot
Almost four decades after the MLC Centre’s completion, plans for its development have been given to the City of Sydney for review.
Frank Gehry to attend Sydney opening of UTS Dr Chau Chak Wing building
Gehry will speak at the event, along with benefactor Dr Wing, and UTS leaders.
A win for architecture at the Australian Open
Editor of Architectural Review Asia Pacific, Michael Holt, finds Margaret Court’s new retractable roof a compelling distraction from the match at play.
A tribute to the distinguished Sir Ian Athfield
Vale Sir Ian Athfield (1940 – 2015), one of the most celebrated architects in New Zealand over the past half century, who passed away last week.