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Going off the rails in Melbourne CBD

Going off the rails in Melbourne CBD

Merging heritage, hospitality and education design, Gray Puksand has restored a retired W-class Melbourne to become the CBD’s newest cafe.

Today’s students expect more: Q&A with Architectus

Today’s students expect more: Q&A with Architectus

We spoke to Architectus Principals, Marina Carroll and Diana Rosenthal, about meeting the needs of students today and the evolution of tertiary institutions.

The art of learning at EYAS Kindergarten

The art of learning at EYAS Kindergarten

Kokaistudios designed the EYAS Kindergarten as an innovative early-years educational facility built upon values of creativity, community and cohesion.

Far North Queensland Awards honour architectural innovation and community impact

Far North Queensland Awards honour architectural innovation and community impact

The annual Far North Queensland Regional Architecture Awards recently lauded innovative designs characterised by the positive impact of considerate architecture.

Taigu Design, shaping the future of education in China

Taigu Design, shaping the future of education in China

Taigu Design and CEIBS Shenzhen Campus have collaborated to design the first business school in China, signifying a shift in the region’s educational framework.

Building futures: New TAFE NSW facility streamlines entry into construction sector

Building futures: New TAFE NSW facility streamlines entry into construction sector

Gray Puksand’s construction-focused facility at TAFE NSW responds to the critical need for a resilient Australian construction industry.

Tilt’s Tim Phillips on technology and the essence of industrial design

Tilt’s Tim Phillips on technology and the essence of industrial design

We spoke with Tilt’s Managing and Creative Director about industrial design, innovative technology and wellbeing within education spaces.

Comment: Gray Puksand’s predictions for Australian architecture in 2024

Comment: Gray Puksand’s predictions for Australian architecture in 2024

In this comment piece, Gray Puksand’s National Managing Partner, Nik Tabain, outlines some anticipated trends for this year.

Weaving hidden First Nations stories into the built environment

Weaving hidden First Nations stories into the built environment

An exciting new collaboration involving Autex Acoustics, Willie Weston and Lisa Waup colourfully brings First Nations design to high-performance acoustics.

Comment: Encouraging children to thrive in sustainable and inclusive outdoor classrooms

Comment: Encouraging children to thrive in sustainable and inclusive outdoor classrooms

Hamish Dounan, Director of Sydney-based landscape architecture studio, CONTEXT, shares his insights on the possibilities of outdoor learning in education design.

Community, adaptability and a proud heritage at Hayball’s Scientia Terrace

Community, adaptability and a proud heritage at Hayball’s Scientia Terrace

With emphases on context, place, STEM and social value, Hayball has created a thriving educational environment in North Sydney.

Experiential design in the education sector with TURNER

Experiential design in the education sector with TURNER

The team at TURNER has amplified learning outcomes for students and teachers at Santa Sophia Catholic College in Box Hill, Sydney, adding to the work of BVN.