Architectus designs a ‘city changing’ transport network for Canberra

Architecture and design practice Architectus has completed the design of Stage 1 of Canberra’s new Light Rail network, Canberra Metro, which makes direct reference to the form of the Brindabella mountain range that is the backdrop to the city.  Responding to the context and climate of Canberra, Architectus has created a “high quality, attractive and comfortable transport experience” […]

Playing with texture and colour: Salisbury Townhouses by NTF Architecture

NTF Architecture has renovated a set of six identical 1960s flats in Blackburn, Melbourne, with a focus on texture, colour and reuse.  The client inherited the flats and after assessing the development potential of the site, NTF Architecture decided that renovation of the existing dwellings would yield the best results. The challenge for the practice […]

Carwoola house: reinventing after a bushfire

Jessica de Rome of de Rome Architects takes AR on the design journey for Carwoola house, a reinvention and relocation of an original dwelling that was destroyed in a 2017 bushfire. Architect’s statement The Carwoola house is located on a 13.37-hectare block in a rural bush setting. The previous dwelling on the site was destroyed […]

FMSA Architecture creates Australia’s first ‘scenario-based’ family violence training centre

The centre, which is designed by FMSA Architecture for Victoria Police, includes Australia’s first scenario training and simulation spaces dedicated to training those on the front-line of family violence. Located in Melbourne’s Glen Waverley, the new centre aims to provide police with a life-like training environment to better help them deal with family violence. It includes contemporary […]

How dn&co designed seven miles of discovery for the V&A

Cirqua Apartments by BKK Architects