Celebrating 60 years of clay-making in Brisbane, Clay: Collected Ceramics is more than just an exhibition of pots. It will be the museum’s largest artist-sourced display to date, bringing together a wide range of artists.
Architect James Davidson of JDA Co. wants to move the dial faster on making homes safer, insurance cheaper and enabling communities to rebuild better when natural disaster strikes.
The Globe Lookout is the newest tourist attraction in the Outback Queensland town of Barcaldine, joining the award-winning Tree of Knowledge (2009) and The Globe Hotel (2016). It’s all part of the master-planning that has cemented Barcaldine’s position as a regional tourist destination.
A new architecture scholarship will support an Indigenous student through their degree and prepare them for a career in design thanks to a partnership between a global architecture practice and a major Australian university.
Responding to a request to update the lighting for St Mary’s Church in Warwick, two hours south west of Brisbane, Gillard Group CEO Jenni Gillard put the church at the heart of the community.
Designed by Arkhefield and with all of the security considerations of an international airport, only on water, Brisbane International Cruise Terminal is the most advanced in Australasia.
Buchan’s Nicholas Street Precinct redevelopment for Ipswich City Council is bringing light to the heart of the CBD, enticing people of all ages back.
Threading together Country and cultures across Australia, this artist collective has produced a series of memorable sculptures to sit by Sydney Harbour.
How do we design healthcare facilities where everyone feels included? The answer is to give people a choice.
Great Dane joins the Queensland set with the opening of its new retail destination in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley. Here are all the highlights from its welcoming soiree.
A new home for the Queensland Ballet is not only aesthetically beautiful but filled with every amenity to help support and encourage the dancers and the dance.