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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.
The Interlace in Singapore sits at that unwieldy scale, too large to be judged as a piece of singular architecture, and yet not quite sizeable to constitute an area claimed as urban design. Erik L’Heureux reviews the unique project for AR136 Super-.
Lexus and Protectionist power through in Melbourne
Protectionist may have won the Melbourne Cup but the Lexus Design Pavilion took the spoils as the most exclusive marquee on-track during the Melbourne Cup Carnival.
Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre
Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp’s new Bankstown Library seamlessly incorporates ESD initiatives to create a learning centre that enhances the architectural landscape, offering a contemporary multifunctional space for the community at large. This article originally appeared in AR136 – Super-.
The most amazing buildings in the world – that haven’t been built
Preview 10 groundbreaking concept buildings that could radically shape future city skylines, including an organic agricultural high rise aiming to grow crops in New York, and a droplet-shaped building that promises to convert air into water.
Driving design: Lexus Design Pavilion
Melbourne-based creative practice, Mim Design Studio, sustainable designer Joost Bakker, award-winning head chef of Attica, Ben Shewry, restaurateur Neil Perry and landscape designer, Jamie Durie collaborate for the Lexus Design Pavilion at Melbourne Cup Carnival 2014. The Birdcage at Flemington Racecourse is an exclusive event, requiring exceptional design. MIM Design and Joost talk to ADR.
The Commons: an uncommon community
Jeremy McLeod of Breathe Architecture discusses socially sustainable design and a new living model at The Commons, in the first of ADR’s Intergrain Timber Vision Award winners interview series.