A new book documents the brutalist architecture of Sydney, putting the movement into historical context and highlighting its ongoing relevance.
With Tolarno Hotel on the market to be sold, the art that lies within takes centre stage at the launch of a new book, ‘Art in Residence’.
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is launching a major publication – ‘Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: The First 40 Years – alongside a corresponding exhibition.
In a time of climate emergency, how can cities support and balance the needs of their people and the planet, while ensuring their prosperity?
A new book investigates the religious architecture of Studio Aalto, the Finnish practice that has influenced the work of architects including Glenn Murcutt and Jørn Utzon.
With a recent book on natural Australian gardens, we spoke with the Victorian landscape designer on what it means to take a truly holistic approach to the environment.
Award-winning novelist Amanda Lohrey’s latest novel, The Conversion, is deeply concerned with issues of home renovations, architectural theory and the psychology of dwelling.
Irving Smith Architects has conceived and delivered its first book and, like the practice itself, it provides much food for thought while celebrating singular and inspirational projects.
Embark on a visual and intellectual journey through architectural excellence and rethinking of tropical living.
Luminaries from across the architecture community recently gathered at the Opera House to mark both a book launch and the five-year anniversary of John McAslan + Partners’ Sydney practice.
What happens when rational, Modernist architecture puts down roots in a lush, tropical setting? Concrete Jungle, a new book by gestalten, explores locations across Asia and the world to find some of the most visionary residential adaptations of an international style to distinct local settings.
A new – and beautiful – book written by Kylie and Tiffany Johnson takes an in-depth look at ceramics and the work of the artist from clay to kiln. Covering a wide variety of artists, Earth & Fire also ranges from porcelain and sculpture to everyday functional pieces.