Above image appears courtesy of Workshopped. ADR looks at some of the most popular design competitions in Australia that acknowledge and reward the talent of local students and emerging designers. VIVID One of Australia’s longest running design competitions, Vibrant Visions in Design (VIVID), celebrates emerging designers and helps them kick start their careers. The competition […]
Woods Bagot has been announced the winner of Schiavello's Future Workplace competition, and now is your chance to cast a vote in the People's Choice.
The team at Matt Gibson A+D has been announced as the winner for the Miele Immer Besser design competition, with their proposal for an ultra-flexible apartment space.
Woods Bagot has won a design competition for Parramatta’s iconic mixed-use building at 8 Phillip Street. The 54-storey structure will include 35 levels of apartments, a proposed five-star hotel, rooftop bar and will integrate with the existing Heritage St Andrew’s Church and St Andrew’s Hall.
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A modular bus shelter with design features such as shade panels, self-watering gardens, adjustable seats and recycling bins has won a public design competition seeking “smart” shelters that better cope with urban heat from climate change.
The vision for the final building on Parramatta Square has been revealed, after Johnson Pilton Walker (JPW) won an international competition to design the structure. The 16-storey, 35,000sqm office tower is located at 3 Parramatta Square, and is planned to cost around $320 million.
The Living Future Institute of Australia, along with Frasers Property Australia, have launched a competition to design a truly sustainable mixed-use retail centre in Melbourne’s Burwood East.
The National Gallery of Victoria has announced the five architectural studios who have been shortlisted in this year’s Architecture Commission competition, after being chosen from a pool of 93 entries earlier this month.
ADR contributor Anjali Behl looks at some of the most popular design competitions in Australia that acknowledge and reward the talent of local students and emerging designers.