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From cutting-edge projects to thoughtful interviews, seven stories on adaptive reuse 

From cutting-edge projects to thoughtful interviews, seven stories on adaptive reuse 

Adaptive reuse is all the rage across the design industry, and rightly so. Here, we present a selection of articles on this most effective approach to sustainability.

Radical logics of connectedness and circular economy with Chris Fox

Radical logics of connectedness and circular economy with Chris Fox

We sat down with Chris Fox to speculate on the future of regenerative architecture, circular economy and experimenting with vegetation in and on buildings.

Towards a golden age of Australian architecture?

Towards a golden age of Australian architecture?

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.

‘Amodern’ program announced for Sydney Design Week 2023

‘Amodern’ program announced for Sydney Design Week 2023

Powerhouse has announced a bumper program for this year’s Sydney Design Week. Set to run 15-24 September, it features more than 60 events across the city.

“The most ancient of stories”: AKIN announced as winner of design competition for Barangaroo’s Harbour Park

“The most ancient of stories”: AKIN announced as winner of design competition for Barangaroo’s Harbour Park

The NSW Government has announced the winning design for Harbour Park at Sydney’s Barangaroo. AKIN, a First Nations-led design, will cover the 1.85 hectares of open space with a “regenerated natural retreat in the heart of the city.”

Albury Summer Place launches by rethinking the familiar

Albury Summer Place launches by rethinking the familiar

Re/place has been installed for this year’s Albury Summer Pavilion! Studio Chris Fox has partnered with Bollinger+Grohmann engineers, the University of Sydney and Swinburne University of Technology to create this temporary installation with an experimental approach to materials and circular economy.