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  1. Miele Dialog Oven uses new technology for fast and versatile results

    While it looks similar to its conventional counterpart, Miele hopes its new Dialog oven will “reinvent cooking.”
  2. A grand reveal: North Melbourne Terrace

    Drawing on design details of North Melbourne’s eclectic housing stock, this addition to a grand Victorian terrace by Matt Gibson Architecture and Design delivers a cohesive and simple built form, which reveals its adaptations over time.
  3. Kengo Kuma unveils sea cucumber-inspired installation for Design Canberra Festival

    Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has unveiled a prototype of what will be a mammoth three-metre-high, 12-metre-wide installation for 2018’s Design Canberra Festival.
  4. Cox Architecture redesign secures approval for controversial North Fitzroy apartments

    The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal has granted development approval for a sprawling ten-storey apartment complex in North Fitzroy designed by Cox Architecture.
  5. Fieldwork design build-to-rent-to-buy apartments in Melbourne’s Kensington

    Fieldwork has designed an eight-storey apartment building in the Melbourne suburb of Kensington, three kilometres from the CBD, that will be sold under a novel scheme.
  6. 2018 National Architecture Awards jury named

    The Australian Institute of Architects has announced the jury that will determine the winners of the 2018 National Architecture Awards.
  7. First walk completed across Perth’s Matagarup Bridge

    The Denton Corker Marshall and Parry and Rosenthal Architects-designed pedestrian footbridge crossing Perth’s Swan River is nearing completion, with construction workers the first to walk across the bridge.
  8. Hillside haven: Mawhera Extension

    This bold, minimal addition to a hillside house by Preston Lane Architects makes the most of a relatively modest budget, with the new spaces designed for diverse modes of use.
  9. National Trust calls for heritage protection for modernist Melbourne church

    The National Trust is calling for the Victorian planning minister to intervene to save a modernist church from demolition, after the Heritage Council of Victoria declined to list the building on the state heritage register.
  10. Melbourne’s first timber office building to be built in Docklands

    Planning approval has been granted for a six-storey cross-laminated timber office building designed by NH Architecture, which will be Melbourne’s first timber commercial building.
  11. Donation to University of Sydney to shake up architectural education

    The University of Sydney is hoping to use a “significant” endowment to shake up architectural education by bringing high-profile, practicing, national and international architects into the architecture studio.
  12. Taubmans launches new formulation of its Endure line

    Taubmans has launched a brand-new formulation of its flagship Endure Interior paint.
  13. John Wardle Architects to lead team designing $300m UTAS campuses

    John Wardle Architects will partner with three Tasmanian practices to design the University of Tasmania’s new Launceston and Burnie campuses.
  14. Preserving a legacy: Morningside Residence

    Kerion Gait Architects' elegantly crafted garden pavilion set in a newly formed landscape evokes a sense of openness and sociality, in contrast to the existing 1920s Queenslander.
  15. Tao Gofers on Sirius and the fight for a more inclusive Sydney

    Tao Gofers, architect of the Sirius building in Sydney, reflects on the building’s past and its imperilled future in the wake of it receiving the Enduring Architecture Award at the 2018 NSW Architecture Awards.

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