Timothy Alouani-Roby caught up with the Melbourne-based architect at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) after her AIA Gold Medal speech.
We asked prominent designers travelling to Singapore a simple question: what does Australian design bring to WAF? Here are the five main topics that came up.
After three days of crits, talks and presentations, the full winners of the 2023 World Architecture Festival have been announced.
The 2023 World Architecture Festival (WAF) features no less than 44 category prizes – find out about the winners and commendations from days one and two here.
This year’s winning drawings in three categories – hand-drawn, digital and hybrid, will be showcased at World Architecture Festival in Singapore from 29 November to 1 December 2023.
Fresh from her trip to the World Architecture Festival in Lisbon, Fender Katsalidis’ Nicky Drobis outlines four big ideas that will shape architecture in 2023.
Inside the internationally award-winning Quay Quarter Tower in Sydney, AMP’s workplace by Hassell has been likened to a biophilic, vertical village.
After edging out stiff competition in the 2019 World Architecture Festival, Winston Shu reflects on 40 years of designing airports and the shifting politics of our “gateways on the world.”
Which architectural masterpieces from the region took out top awards at the recent World Architecture Festival? Considering three of the top five countries for entries are in the Indo-Pacific, we came home with plenty of wins.
Australia proves to excel on the global stage with 60 projects shortlisted at the World Architecture Festival 2019.
The one-stop integrated complex designed for Singapore’s ageing population claimed the title of World Building of the Year at this year’s World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam.