Preserved plants provide real greenery that needs no sun or water, that lasts years. Stem & Stamen founder, Fleur Anderson, discusses the technology which allows plants an almost eternal life.
Six finalists have been announced in the esteemed Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture, including architecture collective Sibling.
ADR chats to social scientist and founder of Hatch Analytics, Monica Parker, to find out how human behaviour plays a role in design.
As urban centres become denser a need for mixed-use developments brings with it an equally great need for exciting design writes Mark Eden of ThomsonAdsett.
With changes in minimum backyard sizes from the Vic government, Mike Dawkins helps to unpack what constitutes garden area under the new regulations.
Three building organisations are partnering to advocate for sustainable, energy efficient buildings in Australia. The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) the Passive House Institute (PHI) and the Australian Passive House Association (APHA) have agreed to work together to promote ultra-low energy buildings in Australia. Passive House (Passivhaus) is a building metric which is voluntary […]
Sitting in stark contrast to the existing intricately carved marble columns of the Università degli Studi di Milano is the Too Good to Waste installation designed by Spanish architecture studio EMBT. The project is the result of a collaboration between EMBT, the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) and Benchmark for the Fuorisalone at this year’s […]
"I think across the world, whether in Australia, Shenzhen or Songdo, city makers are in danger of fetishising the power of technology and infrastructure to create the most efficient and effective human service environments, ultimately losing sight of what cities are all about: the experiences of people being people."
The Parramatta Civic Link proposal by SJB and Aspect Studios features a 500m park running linearly across the north-south axis and cutting through the CBD.
While some would dismiss his work as fanciful, Dan Phillips is proving how architects can close the loop.
ADR talks to Waugh about the future of CLT and why architects of the 21st century should be sitting up and taking notice.