Greenland Centre is a landmark project in the heart of Sydney that has redefined the possibilities for residential skyscrapers.
Kevin O’Brien is a designer and Principal architect with BVN. In a new installation for Queensland’s Bleach Festival, O’Brien takes inspiration from Country and the Wallum Banksia.
How can we design our schools to better support our people and enrich our sense of community? Indesign Editor, Alice Blackwood, talks education and urbanism in 2021.
Milliken-Ontera’s Water Yuludarla – a carpet collection based on the work of Gumbaynggirr artist, Brentyn Lugnan – has helped transform the Yarpa Hub into a welcoming place of connection and cultural strength.
From the streets of New York to the laneways of Melbourne, Stephen Crafti looks at how architects are reinventing the public realm to support collaboration and connectivity.
The 2020 Sustainability Awards shortlist has been announced and this year, there have been quite a few very pleasant surprises.
Designed by BVN in association with Jasmax, B:Hive Smales Farm is a vibrant workplace for businesses to thrive.
We cover the latest moves, promotions and celebrations across the architecture and design industry, including Plus Architecture, Gray Puksand, Unispace, PTW and more.
Diverse, responsive and innovative, 35 winners and 12 commendations have been revealed for the Institute’s 2019 Architecture Awards.
The third annual Sustainability Live conference returns to Sydney, Thursday 7 November, with renowned panellists dissecting the year’s most critical industry issues.
Sustainability Live has announced its keynote speaker – Neil Logan, co-CEO of BVN who will bring his future-focused approach to the stage.
The wellness revolution is well and truly upon us. But what exactly defines wellness and how is it shifting? We reflect on projects from the 2018 INDE.Awards.
Are you ready to make your mark, boost your practice’s exposure, and have your voice heard? Enter INDE.Awards by Friday 8 February 2019.
More a library than a workplace, the new CSIRO building in Canberra, designed by BVN, is deeply satisfying in a host of ways.
CSIRO’s Synergy building entices scientists out of their labs and into open, collaborative spaces. It was an ambitious proposition from the architects, BVN, but in making the hypothetical a reality the team has created a workplace that is nothing short of award-winning having taken out The Work Space category at the 2018 INDE.Awards.
Architecture & Design‘s Sustainability Awards recognises the talent and progress of Australian architects and designers in the sustainability space. And the 2018 shortlist is out now.
Take a look at the outstanding work that made the cut in the Australian Institute of Architects’ national awards program.
What are the secrets to success? What gives designers the edge to take home INDE.Awards gold? THIS WEEK at the inaugural FRONT, meet three award-winning design teams as they explain just what gave them the edge.
‘Community’ was the dominant theme at the INDE.Awards 2018 Gala in Singapore. It was a celebration of outstanding design, architecture, material and culture as well as an opportunity to knit together a stronger fabric for our regional industry.
Asia Pacific boasts some of the world’s leading commercial environments. But is there one that truly stands out as an exemplar? The INDE.Awards says YES!
Wellness continues to be a central driver in contemporary design. Here are the region’s best wellness spaces according to the INDE jury this year.
The wait is over! Couldn’t make it to INDE.Awards Gala on 22 June in Singapore? Don’t fret! Here are your official 2018 winners …
The highly coveted, international design competition called for a landmark cultural destination for the city of Adelaide – Adelaide Contemporary.
Rosemary Kirkby has been described by an industry commentator as “a fearless, well-organised dynamo of a campaigner for better workplace design.” Kirkby has created internationally acclaimed and award-winning workplaces, which have revolutionised the thinking about work and workplaces and set completely new benchmarks.
Step inside BVN’s West Wing refurb for the TC Beirne School of Law and Walter Harrison Law Library within the University of Queensland’s famed Forgan Smith Building.
Brisbane’s most recent commercial addition, 480 Queen Street by BVN, has been designed to create a sense of local community inclusiveness – a disruptive concept to the traditional public versus private model.
What happens when private business goes public – in a commercial design sense, that is? Brisbane’s most recent commercial addition, 480 Queen Street by BVN, is designed to create a sense of community inclusiveness. It’s a new-think approach to the traditional public-versus-private model.
Businesses can thrive when workers are healthy, happy and productive. The new Frasers Property head office by BVN implements a subtle and overt design program to better promote wellbeing, innovation and leadership.
The 2015 winners of the Australian Institute of Architects’ NSW Architecture Awards were announced at Sydney Town Hall last night.
James Grose slides into a chair and cruises readily through a series of questions you know he’s answered many times before. He has an affability and boyish energy which, despite his late-forty-something years, he wears with ease. He’s also a natural talker. It has been said, he quips, that he talks too much. But he speaks well and his enthusiasm is engaging. At the same time, he is unassuming and explains his work with the sweeping strokes of thorough consideration.