As part of Ballarat International Foto Biennale’s fringe program, architectural photographer Rhiannon Slatter will exhibit her new series BUILD – an exhibition that investigates the aesthetics of construction and explores the visual language of the construction boom. ADR catches up with Slatter ahead of the exhibition to find out more.
ar – magazine
AR – With its future still hanging in the balance, Melissa Rymer takes a look back at the history and social significance of Sydney’s controversial Sirius building. Designed in 1978-1979 by architect Tao Gofers, the Sirius building is an apartment complex in the historic Rocks district of Sydney. It is notable for being the only high-rise development in […]Buy Today
inside – magazine
inside – “Guests need to be engaged and transported if they are to maintain long-term engagement with a brand. It’s simply no longer enough to create beautiful spaces.” Ronnen Goren, Co-Founder and Strategy Director of Fabio Ongarato Design. A slew of awards this year for Jackalope, a 46-room hotel designed around the theme of alchemy, has brought the […]Buy Today
Mezzanine – magazine
Mezzanine – With two young kids and a much-loved bungalow, the clients of Michael Gay at MSG Architecture decided they didn’t want to move from their Fremantle home. Rather, by utilising some of the driveway, they now have all the space they need through a modern extension. When explaining the approach to the design, Gay says, “By […]Buy Today
Alvaro discusses how Wynyard Walk's design signals a change in the typology that redefines how public spaces are conceived.