The 2023 Open House Melbourne (OHM) has a new theme – Collective City. This year’s programme promises a unique range of activities that makes it stand out from earlier iterations.
Recently nominated for awards in public, heritage and sustainable architecture, this milestone project marks the start of a new era for one of Sydney’s most renowned sites.
Timothy Alouani-Roby met with Richard Francis-Jones of fjcstudio (previously fjmtstudio) to discuss his timely, provocative and, quite frankly, necessary book on architecture. In this second part of the book review, we turn to the question of what architects can do in the face of crises from climate breakdown to alienation of place.
Takt is designing architecture that is sustainable, sensitive and desirable. This studio is leading the way as a beating architectural heart in the regions and is in sync not only with the landscape but with the local communities who call it their home.
In 2016, a fire destroyed a cafe in Sydney’s Parramatta Park. With a sensitive touch, both materially and historically, the architects have brought new life to the site by designing a pavilion that respects what was there before.
Cox Architecture brings a new level of functional sophistication to the Sydney Football Stadium site while also reinforcing its strong connection to place. It’s a new architectural landmark for the city.
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.
The Goods Line has brought renewed vitality and innovation to a pocket of neglected space in a bid for a greener, more connected and increasingly liveable city.
Westpac Group is exploring a new workplace culture as well as creating an extended campus in Sydney’s new Barangaroo precinct.
There are few architectural buffs like Martin Hiscock who have lived in, and, on occasion, restored, some of Melbourne’s most significant homes.