With touches of Australian architectural vernacular, Luchetti Krelle has created a rustically charming winery experience fit for today. The design stuns from the inside and out.
As breakthroughs in medical science transform the future of patient care, so too does architecture, writes Tara Veldman of BLP.
Simultaneously awarded two major healthcare facilities, Billard Leece Partnership, is at the height of wellness design.
With the potential to save the lives of thousands, Australia’s first proton therapy unit, designed by Woods Bagot, starts construction in Adelaide next month.
We’re about to launch our new Webinar series with ‘Working and our Health’. With over 2000 people registering for the series in the first 72 hours, this is an opening you don’t want to miss!
Say what you will about the administration of China, they sure know how to address a lack of medical facilities in the face of a crisis.
For resurgent Christchurch, Tūranga is reinventing how a central library can ignite its cultural and social capital in a city still rebuilding.
The architects of Cabrini Malvern’s new Gandel Wing have envisaged wards that feel both polished and hotel-like in quality. But it’s the focus on safety requirements and functional needs of patients and staff that really shines through.
Frightening or fascinating? Perth Children’s Hospital takes the nightmare out of hospital visits, inviting curiosity and play into its life-changing spaces.
Bates Smart studio director Mark Healey has carved out a unique CV having worked on some of Australia’s best healthcare projects, alongside multi-res and commercial work. Here he opens up about the latest design thinking behind our changing healthcare landscape.
Healing begins with a patient’s environment, and that includes clean, healthy surfaces. The team at Staron offer a warm, soft and soothing-to-the-skin surface solution for this purpose.