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  1. A clarifying transformation: Dyer Street House

    James Russell Architect’s astute adjustments to this 1959 modernist home seamlessly meld future-aware adaptations to bring new equilibrium to the dwelling.
  2. WA aims for better apartments with first stage of Design WA policy

    The WA government has introduced the first stage of a new set of policies intended to foster good design for the built environment.
  3. Germany launches international design competition in celebration of Bauhaus centenary

    The German government has launched a design competition to mark 100 years since the founding of the legendary Bauhaus School.
  4. Aspect and Aileen Sage design playground in Sydney CBD

    Aspect Studios and Aileen Sage Architects have designed a proposal for a new playground at Cook and Phillip Park in Sydney.
  5. Pursuing spatial romance: Philip Stejskal Architecture

    Despite starting his practice during the Global Financial Crisis, Philip Stejskal has grown his practice to encompass modest alterations and additions to elaborate new houses.
  6. One to watch: Clayton Orszaczky

    In the past three years, Clayton Orszaczky has completed eleven projects, with many more in the pipeline. Co-directors Rebekah Clayton and Michelle Orszaczky discuss their approach to residential design.
  7. Junya Ishigami to design 2019 Serpentine Pavilion

    Junya Ishigami has unveiled his design for the 2019 Serpentine Pavilion, which will see pieces of slate arranged to appear as if they had emerged from the ground of Kensington Gardens.
  8. Australian Pritzker laureate Glenn Murcutt to design 2019 MPavilion

    Glenn Murcutt, the sole Australian winner of the Pritzker Prize, has been selected to design the 2019 MPavilion in Melbourne.
  9. ATDC security shutters an elegant security solution

    Global retailer H&M; recently installed the Australian Trellis Door Company's world-class security shutters to secure their new storefront at Rundle Mall in Adelaide.
  10. Gray Puksand’s vertical school in Prahran completed

    Designed by Gray Puksand, Prahran High School is one of Victoria’s – and Australia’s – first vertical schools.
  11. Triumph over obstacle: Silver Street House

    The unusual obstacle of an underground sewer line bisecting this South Fremantle block has led to a nuanced architectural treatment and a house brimming with moments of unexpected delight.
  12. Tzannes, Blight Rayner win competition for Parramatta engineering campus

    A team comprising Tzannes and Blight Rayner Architecture has won a design excellence competition for a vertical campus for two Sydney universities in Parramatta.
  13. Hassell’s 30-storey tower on Perth’s Elizabeth Quay approved

    Perth's Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) has approved a development application for a 30-storey office tower for Perth’s Elizabeth Quay designed by Hassell.
  14. Hames Sharley’s $235m Subiaco Pavilion Markets redevelopment proposal endorsed by council

    A proposal for the redevelopment of Subiaco’s former Pavilion Markets, which includes a 24-storey mixed-use tower, has been endorsed by council.
  15. The Architecture Symposium Brisbane to explore design in the Asian Century

    Eight architects representing the diversity of architecture and design across the Asia Pacific region will appear at The Architecture Symposium Brisbane.

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