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Performing arts hubs: A case for cross-disciplinary creativity and community with Hayball

Performing arts hubs: A case for cross-disciplinary creativity and community with Hayball

In this comment piece, Hayball’s Owen West, David Tweedie and Emma Parkinson make the case for an important dimension of education design.

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.

Curves and Catalonian modernism in the Crown and the Canopy

Curves and Catalonian modernism in the Crown and the Canopy

An exciting workplace high in the sky designed by Hammond Studio is both functional and experiential – just the place to stay, work and relax.

Past and future at Maitland Administration Centre

Past and future at Maitland Administration Centre

Maitland Administration Centre is rooted in principles of accessibility and community in the workplace.

Renewing a place of knowledge: TZG at the Art Gallery of NSW

Renewing a place of knowledge: TZG at the Art Gallery of NSW

Providing increased amenity and a place to linger for every visitor, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer (TZG) has created a magnificent interior for the relocated and enlarged Art Gallery of New South Wales Library.

AD-APT: Deep floorplates and adaptive reuse with Woods Bagot

AD-APT: Deep floorplates and adaptive reuse with Woods Bagot

Matt Stephenson, Principal at Woods Bagot New York, discusses a number of adaptive reuse approaches for deep floorplates.

The good, the bad and the pandemic: The future of hospitality design with Technē’s Sam Sempill

The good, the bad and the pandemic: The future of hospitality design with Technē’s Sam Sempill

Technē Architecture + Interior Design associate director, Sam Sempill, shares insights into hospitality design.

‘Work hard, play hard’ at Centara Grand in Osaka

‘Work hard, play hard’ at Centara Grand in Osaka

A hospitality venue in the heart of Osaka comprising four dining options – a place where nostalgic pastimes meet high-end dining.

Homes on one side, businesses on the other – and Industry Lanes right in the middle

Homes on one side, businesses on the other – and Industry Lanes right in the middle

Industry Lanes by Architectus is a new mixed-use precinct of interconnected office and retail space in character-rich corner of Richmond.

The Verona post coronavirus: Redevelopment set to revive historic Paddington site

The Verona post coronavirus: Redevelopment set to revive historic Paddington site

The revival of Sydney’s Paddington suburb continues as architecture firm Scott Carver unveils ambitious plans to transform the historic Verona cinema into a mixed-use cultural hub.

Encore Cremorne by Fieldwork, a fusion of forms in brick and glass

Encore Cremorne by Fieldwork, a fusion of forms in brick and glass

New seven-storey glazed office tower meets single-storey red brick heritage warehouse at Encore Cremorne.

A winery, a castle and some new architecture. What more could you need?

A winery, a castle and some new architecture. What more could you need?

The reimagining of All Saints Estate by Technē includes new architecture and sensitive interiors for a multifaceted hospitality offering at the regional winery.