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Te Kaha: From reuse to mixed-use at One Queen Street by Warren and Mahoney

Te Kaha: From reuse to mixed-use at One Queen Street by Warren and Mahoney

Warren and Mahoney’s mixed-use project in Auckland is approaching full occupancy, with big plans across hospitality, workplace, retail and more.

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.

Buchan aims to deliver “a renewed sense of optimism” at Invercargill Central

Buchan aims to deliver “a renewed sense of optimism” at Invercargill Central

Invercargill Central has been redeveloped by Buchan with a focus on retail, hospitality, civic, entertainment and commercial zones, all intricately connected by pedestrian pathways.

Hub by Hassell, the cutting-edge flexible workplace in Sydney’s CBD

Hub by Hassell, the cutting-edge flexible workplace in Sydney’s CBD

The listed heritage building at 44 Martin Place has been transformed by Hassell for a flexible workplace offering defined by variety and high-end amenities.

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.

Kristen Whittle and the quest for soulful density

Kristen Whittle and the quest for soulful density

Building on a profound depth of experience, Kristen Whittle is orchestrating his very own studio with a humanistic design philosophy based on care.

Comment: Susanne Pini on build-to-rent, the new place activator

Comment: Susanne Pini on build-to-rent, the new place activator

In this comment piece, Rothelowman principal, Susanne Pini, argues that the build-to-rent model makes for a much richer mix of spaces in our cities.

CapitaSpring is vertical urbanism done right

CapitaSpring is vertical urbanism done right

Designed by Bjark-Ingels Group in collaboration with Carlo Ratti Associati, CapitaSpring is a perfect case study for a biophilic skyscraper in the city.

“A multitude of uses contained within one skin”: Elenberg Fraser’s Melbourne Towers

“A multitude of uses contained within one skin”: Elenberg Fraser’s Melbourne Towers

At 380 Lonsdale Street in the Melbourne CBD, two towers are wrapped under one elegant architectural exterior. Meanwhile, a new laneway brings a rich mixture of public and private space to street level.

10 Design completes Haisco Plaza – A green mixed-used development in Chengdu’s new high-tech zone

10 Design completes Haisco Plaza – A green mixed-used development in Chengdu’s new high-tech zone

Designed by international architecture practice 10 Design (part of Egis Group), Haisco Plaza is officially open, welcoming leading tech-firm tenants in Chengdu, China.

The upcoming Lentor Modern caters to nature lovers with hybrid lifestyles

The upcoming Lentor Modern caters to nature lovers with hybrid lifestyles

The project by GuocoLand is the first and only integrated mixed-use development in the Lentor neighbourhood.