This Melbournian Multi-Residential development puts the spotlight on the kitchen, creating a soul-filled space that sets the tone for the rest of the apartment.
After receiving over 450 entries, a panel of leading names from Australia and New Zealand’s design and creative industries have selected 107 finalists across both commercial and residential spaces.
Jonathan Richards and Kirsten Stanisich create spaces that align with the human need for wellbeing, that address inclusivity and sustainability, and that make people ‘feel something’.
For Andra Matin, the joy of seeing the public settled into his buildings is matched by the satisfaction that comes with the emergence of a more place-specific breed of contemporary Indonesian architecture.
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Indonesia’s spectacularly rich cultural heritage spurs Jakarta-based Rafael Miranti Architects toward sensitive new expressions of tradition. An equal driver is the improvement of building standards and more sustainable, regenerative approaches.
They’re young, progressive studios that are forging their own paths around the region. Get to know our Prodigies of 2020 – you’ll be glad you did.
Creating a sensory dining experience that fuses Japanese and Australian culture – rather than a “mock tradition” – Ishizuka by Russell & George transports diners while keeping their feet on the ground.
What are the greatest challenges facing architecture? Where are the latest innovations happening in design? How are CLT structures changing the face of our built environment? Tune in to hear Bates Smart director Philip Vivian’s thoughts on these hard-hitting industry questions.
If what we saw at the Think Brick Awards in Melbourne last Thursday is anything to go by, brilliant things can – and do – happen when architects and building designers “think brick”.
The newly appointed principal at HASSELL believes that designers have a social responsibility to create sustainable, healthy places for the next generation.
As the building industry continues to grapple with construction issues and ongoing defect management, local start-up HouseLab has announced a new tool to combat it.