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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.

Six things we learned in London

Six things we learned in London

To start the new year, our editor was on the ground in the UK to meet some of London’s leading architects. What are the relevant insights for Australia and the Asia-Pacific?

Individual moments of joy inside the LANDMARK by Lexus pavilion

Individual moments of joy inside the LANDMARK by Lexus pavilion

If the LANDMARK by Lexus pavilion has previously been about electrifying the senses, more recently Lexus Australia stepped out of the fast lane with a highly curated, slowed-down approach.

Towards a regenerative landscape architecture with Phillip Withers

Towards a regenerative landscape architecture with Phillip Withers

With a recent book on natural Australian gardens, we spoke with the Victorian landscape designer on what it means to take a truly holistic approach to the environment.

T.C.L comment: Unlocking the potential of Brisbane’s creek catchments

T.C.L comment: Unlocking the potential of Brisbane’s creek catchments

Deb Robbins, T.C.L Brisbane Studio principal, shares her vision for a series of catchment ‘corridors’ to unify the city.

Only the BEST for Blacktown: $100m sports hub opens

Only the BEST for Blacktown: $100m sports hub opens

In Sydney’s west, Blacktown International Sports Park has expanded significantly with the newly completed Blacktown Exercise, Sports and Technology (BEST) Hub.

Five of the best landscape architecture practices

Five of the best landscape architecture practices

Landscape architecture is enjoying a rise in prominence. Today, it’s taking a seat at the design table from the very beginning of a project, so we bring you some of the leading practices.

Reimagining the full spectrum of student space: Hassell completes UQ Student Central

Reimagining the full spectrum of student space: Hassell completes UQ Student Central

At The University of Queensland, Hassell has consolidated facilities across indoor and outdoor spaces in order to create a harmonious and supportive environment for students. It’s a project that aims to reinvent the delivery of student services.

McGregor Coxall and Yulendj Weelam Lab embark on a new design research partnership

McGregor Coxall and Yulendj Weelam Lab embark on a new design research partnership

The three-year design research partnership launched by McGregor Coxall and RMIT’s Yulendj Weelam Lab embarks on a mission to transform Australia’s built environment by weaving in First Nations wisdom, embracing sustainable practices, and fostering a sense of belonging.

Comment: Here’s how to create Brisbane’s ‘legacy’ games

Comment: Here’s how to create Brisbane’s ‘legacy’ games

In this comment piece, Brisbane-based urban designer and landscape architect Ben Newell, principal at Arcadia Landscape Architecture, suggests four ways to create a ’legacy’ games in Brisbane.

Bee-inspired: University of Queensland’s Arcadian garden of reconciliation

Bee-inspired: University of Queensland’s Arcadian garden of reconciliation

A new Reconciliation Garden at the University of Queensland’s (UQ) Herston campus showcases the power of collaborative design. The project saw a partnership between Arcadia, Multhana Property Services and representatives of Traditional Owners of the land.

Walking Country together at Heide

Walking Country together at Heide

Heide Museum of Modern Art and Urban Initiatives have worked closely with the Wurundjeri community to rebuild Heide’s connection to Country. Gillian Serisier relates a story of reconnections – both new and old.