Queensland architect Catherine Baudet has tonight been awarded the inaugural Paula Whitman Leadership in Gender Equity Prize for her outstanding support for women in the architectural profession spanning more than 30 years.
“The Herston Quarter masterplan will deliver a range of new health, research and education uses, complemented by residential, child care, consulting and a wellbeing precinct providing high-quality accommodation and wellness facilities for an ageing population,” The landmark project in Brisbane will be a showcase for complex health precincts.
“The atrium is my favourite part of the design. It really makes you feel like you’re in one environment and I think for the students, it will help them feel an ownership of the space.” David Tweedie, director at Hayball, discusses the practice’s latest vertical school project, which is situated in Melbourne’s Richmond.
The Naomi Milgrom Foundation today announced that the commission for the fourth annual MPavilion has been awarded to internationally renowned Netherlands-based OMA and will be designed by Rem Koolhaas and David Gianotten.
Image above, GT2P Image courtesy of GT2P. Melbourne is again proving itself to be the centre of all things design with the impending extravaganza that will be Melbourne Design Week. This 10-day long program features exhibitions, talks, tours, workshops, parties and other happenings and has been developed by the Departments of Contemporary Design and Architecture and […]
Now in its 11th year, the awards celebrate the contemporary and innovative use of clay bricks, concrete masonry and roof tiles in Australian architecture. This year’s Think Brick Award categories include commercial, residential, masonry, landscape and terracotta roof.
The highly regarded British architect Sir David Adjaye OBE will be talking at Melbourne’s MPavilion on Monday 13th February. Internationally respected, Adjaye’s work spans continents and scales including the multi-faceted facade of the Skolkovo Moscow School of Management, the refurbishment of the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo, along with the most recently completed New Smithsonian […]
“We’ve been working on this refurbishment for 10 years. The entire public realm of Rialto will change.” With its $200 million refurbishment due for completion in eight to 10 weeks, ADR speaks to Rialto joint owner Lorenz Grollo about the massive project.
Inspired by the ‘Queenslander’ vernacular, the 52-metre tower is comprised cross-laminated timber and glue-laminated timber and will be built in the Brisbane Showgrounds development.