The Northern Concourse at Sydney’s Central Station, a significant infrastructure project in the context of the city’s evolving transport system, has recently been completed by Woods Bagot in collaboration with John McAslan + Partners.
Urban renewal which opens a dialogue from the past to the present; Melbourne’s Western CBD is on track for complete revitalisation.
NEXTDC’s M3 and M2 data centres represent a novel approach to the harmonious coexistence of advanced technology infrastructure and local communities.
As Vivid Sydney wraps for another sensational year, Gillian Serisier spoke with Mandylights lighting designer Tom Wightwick, one of the incredible minds behind recent light events including Sydney World Pride (Opening Ceremony, Domain Dance Party, Rainbow Republic), Poem of the Eternal City (a major theatrical production in Uzbekistan) and this year’s Vivid.
Delve into a transformative journey from a porcelain house in the heart of the West Bund, Shanghai, to LOAM cafe&bar. Designers STUDIO8 have cultivated a blend of openness and privacy while paying homage to the original structure and its surroundings.
Delve into a transformative journey from a porcelain house in the heart of the West Bund, Shanghai, to LOAM cafe&bar. STUDIO8 has cultivated a blend of openness and privacy while paying homage to the original structure and its surroundings.
While Sydney’s VIVID celebration is typically associated with stunning visuals and light shows, it is also a place to ponder the futures of the harbour city.
In our own backyard, the Western Parkland City Authority is tasked with creating Sydney’s third city, the parklands city. We speak with its CEO, Sarah Hill, about what it takes to shape a city.
Featuring a huge range of perspectives, opinions, projects and people, the ‘City Futures’ edition of the magazine unpacks the most pressing and timely conversations for the future of our cities.
Now open at NGV Australia, Civilization: The Way We Live Now is a photographic exploration of the globalised world – including people, movement and of course buildings.
An authority on urban regeneration, HASSELL’s Global Head of Urban Design and Urban Futures David Tickle shares his insights on shaping our cities into meaningful, sustainable spaces.