GroupGSA have instilled life and style into the architecture of Wollongong University’s new student accommodation.
This global science-led pharmaceutical company has adopted agile thinking for their new Sydney base, designed by Futurespace.
Designed by Hong Kong-based Pal Design in collaboration with Sydney’s FROST* Collective, the creative team behind this project have gone above and beyond the humble ball pit.
Is city architecture innately sexist? This Australian research project is going to find out, and propose some ways to design the issue out.
When asked what his design philosophy is, Shigeru Ban says simply “I look for a problem to solve by design.”
k20 Architecture took a fresh, transparent approach to civic design for a local government site in Victoria’s west.
Inspired by the subtle sophistication of a bespoke suit, Studio Tate’s design for PDG’s Melbourne office is a perfect fit down to the finest detail.
Following an emerging design direction for city calm, Space Modification Unit have designed a soothing cup of tranquillity for Beijing.
Cunsolo Architects have helped Melbourne based legal practice Moores to transition into a new phase of business by incorporating a great deal more of the modern workplace.
As a new cohort/era of soaring high rise developments surface in Sydney and Melbourne — loopcreative is designing authentic hospitality and retail spaces with emphasis on experience and longevity.
Using data compiled from over 100 sources, New York based architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro have created EXIT — a 360-degree video experience that unravels the reality of refugees and global migration, number by number.
Made up of 1.1 million white plastic balls, Snarkitecture’s architectural spin on the beach borrows from all of the brilliant, nostalgic elements of surf life culture in one sprawling, immersive installation.