SJB is well versed in designing residential architecture and, while Ashbury Terraces might be a relatively small project in relation to Sydney as a whole, it provokes some fundamental questions about the future of Australian cities.
A Milliken carpet sample provided inspiration for the colourful fit-out of the Ultimate Security head office in Sydney – and Inspired Spaces and Milliken closely collaborated to bring the vision to life.
A new Reconciliation Garden at the University of Queensland’s (UQ) Herston campus showcases the power of collaborative design. The project saw a partnership between Arcadia, Multhana Property Services and representatives of Traditional Owners of the land.
Ostensibly an industrial design consultancy, Tilt was born of the observation of an increasing gap between architectural ambition and construction capability. The skill set lies in facilitating the inherently creative bent of architects, landscape architects and artists with engineering and industrial design solutions.
Through a strategy of reusing materials and maintaining the existing layout, Spowers has transformed the Chadstone campus library in Victoria. With strong input from end-users, the fit-out is a model of sustainable and conscientious design.
Re/place has been installed for this year’s Albury Summer Pavilion! Studio Chris Fox has partnered with Bollinger+Grohmann engineers, the University of Sydney and Swinburne University of Technology to create this temporary installation with an experimental approach to materials and circular economy.
The Victorian Architecture Awards shortlist has been announced, and we’ve selected five out of an impressive list of 125 shortlisted projects that pack a punch.
Together King and Mirvac have crafted a vision of tranquillity and elegance for Voyager’s display apartment. It’s a showcase that reveals how future Voyager residents will live.
More than a repurposed heritage-listed building, South Eveleigh Locomotive Workshop has been transformed into a living museum that pays homage to Australia’s industrial history.
A clever use of green initiatives and finishes – including sustainable Milliken carpet to define zones – ensures more funding for important Red Cross programmes in the coming years.