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  1. Work smarter: Building No. 2

    The sturdy blockwork and steel-framed windows of this mid-century industrial building in Melbourne give little clue to its rich history, but Wolveridge Architects has celebrated its past in a reimagined coworking space.
  2. Applications open for $50,000 Indigenous architecture student scholarships

    Applications are now open for a new scholarship worth $50,000 for Indigenous architecture students at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
  3. Architecture Media appoints new editorial director

    Architecture Media has appointed Houses editor Katelin Butler as its new editorial director, following the departure of Cameron Bruhn.
  4. Winners revealed: 2018 New Zealand Architecture Awards

    The New Zealand Institute of Architects has named the winners of its 2018 awards.
  5. Chrofi, McGregor Coxall-masterplanned redevelopment of former Channel Nine studios recommended for approval

    Masterplanned by Chrofi and McGregor Coxall, the redevelopment of Channel Nine’s former studios in Sydney into a residential complex has been recommended for approval.
  6. Artedomus introduces Magnesia slab and Polardur mosaics

    Artedomus has introduced two new products to its natural stone collection.
  7. Court approves demolition of brutalist former children’s court in Sydney

    The demolition of a brutalist former court building in Sydney’s Glebe has been approved following a ruling in the New South Wales Land and Environment Court.
  8. Taubmans' Colour of the Year a ticket to a ‘dense tropical jungle’

    Taubmans has identified Night Watch, a shade “encompassing the tones of a dense tropical jungle,” as the Colour of the Year for 2019.
  9. Hassell wins competition to design ‘Panda Land’ in southern China

    Australian-born practice Hassell has been named winner of a competition to masterplan a connected, immersive “panda trail” crossing the southern Chinese city of Chengdu
  10. All we can hope or ask for: The Architecture Symposium Sydney

    At The Architecture Symposium Sydney, an event billed as giving voice to Australia’s world-class architects, Mark Raggatt found the day full of questioning and hope.
  11. Grown-up playground: Vacation Cafe

    Neighbouring the serious Ernst and Young tower in Melbourne’s CBD, Vacation Cafe designed by Therefore occupies the streetscape like a kid in a rainbow parachute jacket among a sea of suits. It exudes a relaxed playfulness laced with eighties childhood nostalgia.
  12. Refreshed Architecture Australia wins graphic design award

    Architectural books, monographs and magazines were well represented at the 2018 AGDA Awards.
  13. Tiny apartment wins top gong in 2018 Architeam Awards

    The winners of the 2018 Architeam Awards have been announced.
  14. Swinburne University introduces women-only architecture professorship

    Melbourne’s Swinburne University of Technology has begun recruiting for an architecture professorial role that is open only to applicants who identify as women.
  15. First sod turned for Brisbane’s first vertical school

    The Inner City North State Secondary College will become the first school built in Brisbane’s inner city in 50 years.

Quote of the day

"A building’s architectonic quality is not determined by the professionalism with which it was built, but by the part it plays in architectural discussion. A building only becomes architecture when it is discussed; i.e. when it plays a part in cultural discussion."

~ Carel Weeber quoted by Van Dijk and De Graaf (1990)