Designed by ACME, Brisbane’s Total Fusion Platinum aims to set a new benchmark in luxury living and fitness facilities in Brisbane.
In a time of climate emergency, how can cities support and balance the needs of their people and the planet, while ensuring their prosperity?
Deb Robbins, T.C.L Brisbane Studio principal, shares her vision for a series of catchment ‘corridors’ to unify the city.
Adam Cornish and District present Habitat, where nature and the indoors perfectly align for the workplace.
UniSA Professor David Ness played a key role in a UN report on CO2 emissions relating to buildings, construction and urban growth which underpins the Buildings Breakthrough official launch at COP28 in Dubai.
A specialist in senior living, Dr YE Ng of Architectus Conrad Gargett draws on research into the ‘Blue Zones’ – regions worldwide where people have the longest lifespans – to offer insights into the key ingredients to create places for ageing well.
Milliken Flooring Covering (ANZ) has recently launched the world’s first carpet tile that is effective against the COVID virus and various bacteria. It’s a self-sanitising carpet that is set to revolutionise how we manage and maintain hygiene in our everyday environments.
GroupGSA has been named national winner, Polytec’s highest design honour, for an enthralling commercial fit-out which spotlights Australian talent and craftsmanship.
In this opinion piece, Francesca Moccia, senior associate at Gray Puksand, makes the case for understanding buildings as commodities.
In Byron Bay, a former storage shed has been transformed by a visionary architect who has created a place of sanctuary for both art and work.
As the prominent and highly anticipated Darling Harbour hotel opens, we bring you the in-depth design insights from the UK interiors practice.
Health precincts are complicated, multi-dimensional places to develop, design, deliver and operate, writes Hassell’s Ben Rees. So, “how do we balance commercial imperatives with the need to foster connection, community and wellbeing?”