OMA renovates Il Fondaco dei Tedeschi

First constructed in 1228, and located at the foot of the Rialto Bridge across from the fish market, the Fondaco dei Tedeschi is one of Venice’s largest and most recognisable buildings. It was used as a trading post for German merchants, a customs house under Napoleon and a post office under Mussolini. Depicted by Canaletto […]

A library for the 21st century: Reid Library by SCHIN Architects

SCHIN Architects has refurbished a once ominous library, bringing it up to speed with the latest technology and ensuring engagement with the student community along the way. This project recently took out the People’s Choice in Shaw Contract’s Global Design Awards, a program that received a staggering 12,751 total votes. When explaining the brief for […]

Filling in the gaps: Garden wall house by Sarah Kahn Architect

Garden wall house is a new three-bedroom home designed by Sarah Kahn Architect that has been inserted on a large block in Carlton North. Surrounded by an existing garage and studio, as well as laneways and a double-storey Heritage terrace house, the new dwelling needed to carefully consider its placement. The site where the new […]

Not three of a kind: Balmain infill townhouses

Packed onto a tight 270-square metre infill site, Terence Yong of Terence Yong Architecture has designed three townhouses that maximize liveability.

Fender Katsalidis designs Sydney’s most see-through tower

Design your own luminaire range

unltd is a new lighting technology by ambience, which allows creative lighting possibilities that have never been possible before.

Could Zaha’s Mayfair rival the work of Gaudi?