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.
Glen Murcutt architecture master class applications open
The masterclass attracts architects, postgraduates and senior student from over 70 countries around the world, and is equivalent to 150 hours of high-level study at postgraduate level.
Bosco Verticale wins the International Highrise Award
Bosco Verticale by Italian firm Boeri Studio was created to set a new benchmark for environmentally sustainable apartment housing in the region.
Asia Square by Denton Corker Marshall
Asia Square is named not only for the shape of its twin towers, but also for the public arena at their base, a European-inspired urban form adapted to the Singapore context.
Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport
Architects Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas reimagine the travel experience at a futuristic new international airport by in south-east China.
Open Agenda exhibition at Sydney’s Central Park
Open Agenda aims to test the limits of what architecture is through a critical platform, seeking to amplify the voice of recent Australian and New Zealand architecture graduates.
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Building 40 Workshop, Monash University
The new engineering workshop by Paul Morgan Architects (PMA) demonstrates the architectural detail in designing a hardworking, functional space for Monash University’s Clayton campus.
Sydney’s One Central Park named Best Tall Building Worldwide for 2014
The award, presented by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), was chosen after a year long selection process across 88 entries in four global regions.
From Bogotá to Bombay: how the world’s ‘village cities’ facilitate change
Rapid urbanisation and the sharing economy are a catalyst for constant adaptation in developing ‘village cities’. Lauren Amaya witnesses the effects of growth on architecture in South America and South Asia.