The Sustainability Summit panel delves into innovative models such as the Nightingale Housing model and the AssembleFutures concept.
Join us on Nov 9 at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium for the 2023 Sustainability Summit! Renowned architects will share their expertise at the Sustainability Awards.
This Sustainability Summit session will raise critical questions regarding why a sustainable design approach isn’t more prevalent in the industry.
In this upcoming Sustainability Summit session, the panel will zero in on integrating biophilic design principles into contemporary architecture.
“The Rise of New Multi-Residential Housing Models and How They Are Changing the Way We Live” will focus on the evolving landscape of multi-residential housing in Australia.
Designed by Stewart Hollenstein, in association with Stewart Architecture, Green Square Library is a vital community space facilitating lifelong learning and helping people connect in an emerging community.
Denton Corker Marshall (DCM) is well known on the Melbourne and international architectural scene, and it was time for them to have a new home.
After seven years in Tampines, Wilson Associates has relocated to JustCo at Marina Square and created a studio with a hotel-like atmosphere.
Pavilions, hubs, neighbourhoods, precincts and the like are fast becoming a popular staple in the agile workplace diet – but why? In their latest project for Red Energy Melbourne, iconic studio Carr sees the significance of these spaces as allowing users to claw back some personal ownership of their working environment.
The National Australia Bank’s (NAB) Brisbane Headquarters, NAB Place, designed by global architecture firm, Woods Bagot, sets a new benchmark in collaborative workplace environments.
Sometimes the most highly evolved designs are incomplete. When conceptualising the new Suncorp headquarters in Sydney, the interiors team at Geyer worked to the idea of ‘designing to 80%’. The result is a radical take on the oft-used idea of workplace flexibility. While the building caters to the needs of its residents in the present, it comprehensively avoids dictating what these needs will be in the future.
Place-specific design is so very de rigueur. But beyond the obvious, how is place-driven design being strategically integrated across both macro and micro aspect of a mega development? This was Terry Snow’s objective for his best-in-class Willinga Park Equestrian Centre – and Cox Architecture have delivered.