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Total luxury at ACME’s newly opened Brisbane health club

Total luxury at ACME’s newly opened Brisbane health club

Designed by ACME, Brisbane’s Total Fusion Platinum aims to set a new benchmark in luxury living and fitness facilities in Brisbane.

BLP on the principles of design for non-binary youth

BLP on the principles of design for non-binary youth

We republish a speech delivered by Billard Leece Partnership (BLP) Health Lead, Tracy Lord, at the 2023 UIA World Congress of Architects in Copenhagen.

HDR outlines six megatrends for 2024

HDR outlines six megatrends for 2024

In a climate of innovation, HDR’s architecture practice has forecasted six trajectories of change that will have a transformative impact over the coming year and redefine city-shaping for the foreseeable future.

TURNER’s award-winning worker housing

TURNER’s award-winning worker housing

Sydney architecture firm TURNER received a Good Design Award for its Meridian Miranda project, focusing on design elements that cater to essential workers.

narrm ngarrgu, a place of learning and celebration by Six Degrees Architects

narrm ngarrgu, a place of learning and celebration by Six Degrees Architects

A new community hub has opened in Melbourne – narrm ngarrgu celebrates and showcases the voice and presence of Kulin people.

Rory Hunter: One man’s MODEL for build-to-rent

Rory Hunter: One man’s MODEL for build-to-rent

As he creates a template for the future, Rory Hunter envisages a type of build-to-rent that will deliver better lives for residents on every level.

From tired office to luxury aged care: Adaptive reuse with Fender Katsalidis

From tired office to luxury aged care: Adaptive reuse with Fender Katsalidis

The Alba is a transformative adaptive reuse project in Melbourne, transforming a dilapidated office building into a refined aged care residence.

What can we learn from the ‘Blue Zones’ as we strive to live longer and age well?

What can we learn from the ‘Blue Zones’ as we strive to live longer and age well?

A specialist in senior living, Dr YE Ng of Architectus Conrad Gargett draws on research into the ‘Blue Zones’ – regions worldwide where people have the longest lifespans – to offer insights into the key ingredients to create places for ageing well. 

Tasman Gallery: A work of art on the art of work

Tasman Gallery: A work of art on the art of work

In Byron Bay, a former storage shed has been transformed by a visionary architect who has created a place of sanctuary for both art and work.

Kaunitz Yeung Architecture comment: Architecture and The Voice

Kaunitz Yeung Architecture comment: Architecture and The Voice

On the eve of The Voice referendum, David Kaunitz comments on the power of listening and collaboration in Indigenous communities.

Bates Smart comment: Can city-making inform hospital design?

Bates Smart comment: Can city-making inform hospital design?

From third spaces to connections with the urban realm, Alison Huynh shares her vision for healthy hospital design.

Technogym evolves an ecosystem of wellness: available anywhere, anytime

Technogym evolves an ecosystem of wellness: available anywhere, anytime

Industry specialists in providing personalised wellness experiences, Technogym continues to innovate and adapt. This new comprehensive health and fitness platform takes a holistic approach to individual fitness and empowers people to take control of their own wellbeing – at anytime, from anywhere.