The Alba is a transformative adaptive reuse project in Melbourne, transforming a dilapidated office building into a refined aged care residence.
Building on a profound depth of experience, Kristen Whittle is orchestrating his very own studio with a humanistic design philosophy based on care.
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.
Designed by Bjark-Ingels Group in collaboration with Carlo Ratti Associati, CapitaSpring is a perfect case study for a biophilic skyscraper in the city.
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.
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 project by GuocoLand is the first and only integrated mixed-use development in the Lentor neighbourhood.
Together with ANZ, Foolscap Studio has reinvented corporate amenities through the highly detailed, bespoke and materiality rich fit-out of ANZ Open House.
What happens when an architect and a businessman, with neighbouring offices in a dated urban strip, join forces to redevelop their heritage-listed locale?
Koichi Takada Architects is best known for pushing people’s perception of architecture. Case in point: the Crown Group’s Arc, which has won the inaugural Editors’ Gold Mark award at the INDE.Awards 2019.
The design for this new mixed-use development responds to the tropical climate, ocean-side location and surrounding architecture, as well as to changing retail behaviour in China.