Contreras Earl Architecture designs world-first ‘coral ark’ in Queensland

Designed by Sydney-based Contreras Earl Architecture, the Living Coral Biobank aims to secure the long-term future and biodiversity of corals worldwide which are under severe threat due to climate change.  The new building typology – a ‘living ark’ – will be the only dedicated facility of its kind in the world and will be located at […]

Cox Architecture, Hecker Guthrie and Jack Merlo design “new normal” office

Golden Age Group has revealed the first look of its boutique commercial office building on Little Collins Street in Melbourne. The project is a collaboration between Cox Architecture, Hecker Guthrie and Jack Merlo Reaching 27-levels high, the state-of-the-art building is designed as a vertical community that intertwines lifestyle and corporate, and is expected to set […]

House B is Whispering Smith’s antidote to Perth’s urban infill

House B is the continuation of a model of good behaviour. The renovation and extension of a 1950s brick house in Perth’s coastal suburb of Scarborough solidifies the ethos that Whispering Smith established with House A.Houses A and B sit adjacent on a triplex development plot, the likes of which can be seen littered across […]

Genton’s Reservoir Station showcases urban approach to public transport design

Architecture and design firm Genton has completed their Reservoir Station project, establishing their position as a leader in urban public transport design. Designed in collaboration with landscape architects McGregor Coxall and delivered by the North West Program Alliance, Reservoir Station is the first elevated rail project in Melbourne’s northern suburbs. Revitalising the civic heart of […]

ISOscapes explore the architecture of life during lockdown

City of Sydney releases vision for high-tech public square