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Fender Katsalidis’ new landmark for Parramatta Square

Fender Katsalidis’ new landmark for Parramatta Square

Parramatta’s design-led urban renewal has reached another milestone with the completion of the $320 million commercial building, 32 Smith Street.

An authentic Māori design voice: Elisapeta Heta

An authentic Māori design voice: Elisapeta Heta

Jasmax principal Elisapeta Heta is bringing an authentically Māori design voice to the architecture and design community in Aotearoa, New Zealand – and it’s reaching Indo-Pacific wide. Jan Henderson reports.

Expansive and raw – Sydney’s newly restored Walsh Bay Arts Precinct

Expansive and raw – Sydney’s newly restored Walsh Bay Arts Precinct

Pier 2/3 at the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct has been beautifully restored by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects. Director Peter Tonkin walks us through it.

This pavilion has an unexpectedly cavernous and undulating shell-like interior

This pavilion has an unexpectedly cavernous and undulating shell-like interior

SpActrum has conceived a “brutal” reaction to a tidy tourist village in Shangen Village, China.

NGV Contemporary design team will be one of these four

NGV Contemporary design team will be one of these four

Four inimitable Australian design teams have been officially announced as the finalists in the bid to design NGV Contemporary.

Science never sleeps at Science Gallery Melbourne

Science never sleeps at Science Gallery Melbourne

Behind-the-scenes takes front stage at the Science Gallery Melbourne, thanks to Smart Design Studio’s clever display of exhibition setups.

With_Architecture Studio ushers Hayman Theatre into new era

With_Architecture Studio ushers Hayman Theatre into new era

Originally designed in 1968 by Perth public architect, Vin Davies, The Hayman Theatre at Curtain University is a brutalist beauty, revitalised by With_Architecture.

Why we need to look back, in order to move forward

Why we need to look back, in order to move forward

Experts have called on the architecture community to remember to look to the past when designing for the future during last week’s INDE.Summit.

Queensland’s outback architecture calls for a roadtrip

Queensland’s outback architecture calls for a roadtrip

A series of tourist attractions in outback Queensland has become an unlikely architectural trail that’s seen 3 remote towns become hot design destinations.

What contemporary library design looks like at its best

What contemporary library design looks like at its best

Libraries as newly reimagined hubs of technology and activity continue to grow in both scale and scope, with architects and designers responding to impress.

Studio Bouroullec designed bespoke lights with Flos and… wow

Studio Bouroullec designed bespoke lights with Flos and… wow

The interstitial spaces of the architecturally iconic Bourse de Commerce, in Paris, are now seen in a whole new light thanks to Studio Bouroullec x Flos Bespoke.

“AACC will be a building of the 21st century, flexing to curation, use and time”

“AACC will be a building of the 21st century, flexing to curation, use and time”

Concept designs by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Woods Bagot for a new Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre in Adelaide have been revealed.

Rocco Design Architects creates a majestic museum in Shenzhen

Rocco Design Architects creates a majestic museum in Shenzhen

There is no better way to promote design than through the architecture of a museum and Rocco Design Architects have made an indelible impression through their latest project in Shenzhen.