Steven Holl selected to design new wing for Mumbai city museum
Selected over OMA, StudioMumbai Architecture, Zaha Hadid and four others, Holl is now the first architect ever to be chosen through an international competition to design a public building in Mumbai.
Melbourne University architecture students build neonatal centre in Papua New Guinea
Under the guidance of Dr. David O’Brien from the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, the students took a hands-on design approach, focusing on the needs of the Suanum community.
RMIT University bestows highest honour on Grand Designs Australia’s Peter Maddison
Having graduated from the architecture course at RMIT, Maddison was selected as a worthy candidate for the prestigious title in honour of his prolific career since achieving tertiary qualification.
Applications open for Australian architect in residence program
The inaugural program of the Australian Institute of Architects Foundation, the residency conveys an ongoing commitment to supporting and communicating the value of architecture and design.
Inaugural Malaysia Biennale appoints Australian artistic director
The Malaysia Biennale is scheduled for May 2015, inviting a diverse mix of notable international architects and built environment industry professionals to take part in active discourse on what lies ahead for Malaysia’s architectural landscape.
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.