Australian Design Centre celebrates creativity during COVID-19

The Australian Design Centre has opened their Design/Isolate exhibition: a collection of pandemic journals from over 60 designers and creatives. The arts and creative industries have been hit hard by the pandemic, with closures and social distancing restrictions leaving limited opportunities to exhibit and sell work. Yet, designers and creative thinkers are also uniquely equipped […]

Hassell + OMA design architectural “collection” for WA Museum

The Hassell + OMA joint venture design for WA Museum Boola Bardip at Perth’s Cultural Centre has opened to the public, offering a ‘collection of stories’ about the State’s diversity, history and contemporary culture. Heritage buildings and new volumes have been connected to offer a variety of curatorial possibilities, and to create the sheltered, outdoor […]

Genton announced as lead designer for Glenroy Station project

Australian architecture firm Genton — known for its multi-award-winning Frankston Station — is leading the design of the Glenroy Station project, as recently announced by the Level Crossing Removal Project. “We immediately sensed a strong community culture in Glenroy and, through the significant investment and development involved in the project, we’re thrilled to be able […]

A 1970s Sydney office building transformed into A-grade tower and retail pavilion

The $200 million redevelopment of 388 George Street has been completed, transforming the original 1970s office tower into a state-of-the-art A-grade commercial tower with a prime-new retail pavilion and improved connectivity to the surrounding Sydney CBD. Located on the corner of George and King Streets, one of Sydney’s most prominent  intersections, 388 George Street is […]

Farrells offers “multi-level streetscapes” as antidote to Shenzhen’s isolated towers

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