Renew Newcastle calls for proposals
Urban renewal initiative Renew Newcastle is now calling for proposals for projects to take place in otherwise empty spaces in Newcastle’s CBD.
HASSELL to design Sydney light rail
In a significant change to Sydney’s public transport landscape, the NSW Government announced last month that HASSELL will design a light rail system for the city.
Henley Square Urban Design Competition, SA
The City of Charles Sturt has announced a design competition due to launch in January, seeking compelling design proposals to reinvigorate South Australia’s Henley Square and the surrounding precinct.
Architects Without Frontiers invite EOIs, Uganda
Architects without Frontiers are inviting expressions of interest to provide pro-bono services for the design of a new HIV Centre in southern Uganda.
Gold Coast cultural precinct design competition announced
An international competition will be launched next year, giving entrants the opportunity to produce a winning design for the Gold Coast’s up-and-coming cultural precinct.
Destination Sydney’s plans for SICEEP
Take a closer look at Destination Sydney’s recently revealed plans for the Sydney International Convention Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct (SICEEP).
HASSELL, OMA, Populous to redevelop Syd entertainment precinct
Destination Sydney led by Lend Lease with HASSELL, OMA and Populous has been unveiled as the winning consortium for the redevelopment of Sydney’s Entertainment Precinct.
Lucy McRae 2013 summer residency at Pin-up
Pin-up project space announce Amsterdam-based Australian ‘Body Architect’ Lucy McRae as their 2013 Summer Resident.
Renew Australia hits Melbourne’s Docklands
Following the success of the Renew Newcastle initiative, Renew Australia’s ‘Docklands Spaces’ project is giving creatives the opportunity to utilise otherwise empty spaces in Melbourne’s Docklands.
Vale Oscar Niemeyer, 1907–2012
Celebrated Brazilian architect and master of curves Oscar Niemeyer died on Thursday at the age of 104 – just one week before his 105th birthday.
New Olds: Design Between Tradition and Innovation
New Olds: Design Between Tradition and Innovation is a provocative and engaging international design exhibition showing the work of current designers from Europe, the US and Australia.
‘…And What About the Men?’ Parlour survey
Parlour’s second survey ‘…And what about the men?’ looks at men and their role in Australian architecture – who are they and what do they do?
FALLOW: Between Abandonment & Rebirth
Presented by Art-House, FALLOW sees a run-down house in East St Kilda fleetingly transformed into an installation that examines the transition phase between the site’s state of decay and its imminent revitalisation.