Video: LAVA designs new skin for old Sydney icons
LAVA propose a mesh textile skin to transform Sydneys tired 1960s landmarks into sustainable buildings.
Emerging furniture designers recognised at the EDGE awards
Young designers awarded on the first day of the Australian International Furniture Fair in Sydney.
Carmody Groarkes Regent’s Place pavilion shimmers with golden light
An ornamental pavilion designed by Carmody Groarke features slender columns and a steel canopy, creating a subtle and delicate architectural installation.
Australian pavilion, Shanghai Expo 2010: Latest pictures
Wood Marsh’s Australian pavilion for the Shanghai Expo 2010 is nearing completion.
Ice House in Detroit highlights frozen housing market
An abandoned house in Detroit has been encased in layers of ice as part of an architectural installation and social change project.
Philippe Starck designs Revolutionair micro wind turbines
Designer Philippe Starck has joined the ‘fight’ for renewable energy, unveiling two designs for domestic wind turbines.
Sejima announces theme for 12th Venice Architecture Biennale
People meet in Architecture chosen as the theme for this years exhibition.
The Heathrow Contest: Greenpeace launch architecture competition
Greenpeace has launched a competition to build a structure to physically block construction of a third runway at Londons Heathrow Airport.
Canberra architect recognised on 2010 honours list
Canberra-based architect, Noel Potter, has been recognised on the 2010 Australia Day Honours list for his service to architecture.
$25.6 million redevelopment recommended for Melbournes Swanston Street
Latest report proposes four new city squares and a focus on public transport for the citys main street.
Video: Flexible pavilion design wins MoMA and P.S.1 Young Architects Program
A flexible pavilion that responds to human participation, designed by emerging practice SO-IL, has won the Young Architects Program.
LAVA install giant digital origami tigers at Customs House, Sydney
LAVAs latest architectural exploration features lightweight, lantern sculptures shaped like tigers.
HASSELL named top Australian firm in World Architecture Top 100
HASSELL leads the handful of Australian firms included in BD’s list of the world’s biggest practices.