Mudgee architect Cameron Anderson talks with MEZZANINE about adjusting to country practice, heritage in a rural context, and the Architects Outback program.
Warwick Mihaly of architectural studio Mihaly Slocombe dons gumboots to walk us through the redesign of a country home.
When it comes to climate control, Australian architects are going to ground for inspiration. MEZZANINE steps back in time to discover how our future is panning out.
Originally a building used by Freemasons, who did not accept women as members, The Sonic is now a retail and fashion centre owned and designed exclusively by women.
This issue of MEZZANINE we celebrate and show that the adage ‘an architect never builds anything until they are 40’ is no longer true.
Over the next few weeks, ADR will explore three distinct projects as published in MEZZANINE that show how mixed-use, experiential destinations can help connect local communities.
From Tasmania to the tip of Queensland, Australian designers are taking on the world with their feet firmly planted on the ground at home.
Rising above the streets of Byron Bay, Gull House by Harley Graham Architects is more than just a chip off the old block.