195 Pier Street is a build-to-rent (BTR) housing project in Perth and Hassell’s design just received some approving words from Anthony Albanese, no less!
From INDESIGN #90, the ‘Future Cities’ issue, we consider a precedent from mid-century Japan in terms of confronting crises and rapid technological change.
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.
We dive into the Architecture Design Charrette, in which Adelaide’s Thebarton and Brisbane’s Roma Street Precinct have provided recent focuses.
In this comment piece, Mike Day, partner at Hatch, draws on his three decades as an urban design leader to offer insights into how Australian cities could become fit for the future.
Sydney architecture firm TURNER received a Good Design Award for its Meridian Miranda project, focusing on design elements that cater to essential workers.
SAHA is an architectural studio redefining urban living, where constraints such as small sites and multigenerational living are challenges executed through design problem-solving.
In this comment piece, SJB director Nigel Morris discusses a test case for amenity-driven living in the build-to-rent sector.
Designed by Warren and Mahoney, ‘District Living’ is a build-to-rent project set to significantly expand and enhance accommodation options at Melbourne’s inner-city Docklands precinct.
On the eve of 2024, our new editor, Timothy Alouani-Roby, addresses an exciting yet provocative open letter to the Australian architecture community on the opportunities of an era.
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.