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The North Building at the Art Gallery of New South Wales is complete. Part of the Sydney Modern Project and designed by Japanese practice SANAA, with Architectus as executive architects, it is a magical, ethereal spatial experience and a globally significant building.
The complexities of modern education projects demand we leave our biases behind and open our ears to those on the edges of the process. We hear from Architectus’ national education sector leader, Marina Carroll.
Welsh + Major recently won the design excellence competition for a major warehouse and distribution complex in St Peters, Sydney. The latest here.
Behind the often stunning facades of our museums, art galleries, cultural centres and design precincts reside powerful contributors to the Australian economy – and they don’t show any signs of stopping.
Identified by a neon glow behind a brick façade is the unassuming space of Café Lafayette, an eatery that captures the magic of a multi-sensory dining experience.
In this Australian exclusive, Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects promises to create “an architecture that nobody has ever seen, experienced or imagined yet.
Junya Ishigami plays with perceptions of natural and human-designed structures with a sweeping slate canopy for the Serpentine Pavilion 2019.
The new expansion of the Art Gallery of NSW’s Sydney Modern Project, designed by Japanese studio SANAA, has received planning approval.
A new Tokyo museum dedicated to the work of Katsushika Hokusai explores how to bring a soft touch to strict geometry.
Behold SANAA’s scintillating glass pavilion, Grace Farms–its most elegant commission to date.
The People have spoken! The Project serves as a unique platform for pairing different creative forces and giving them total design freedom. We asked you to pick your favourite.