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Latest stories from ArchitectureAU
  1. NGV Triennial late-night program to include immersive, ‘glacial’ architecture commission

    The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) has commissioned a large-scale, interactive architectural work as part of its late-night companion program to the inaugural NGV Triennial.
  2. Fantastical cubby designs compete to be Australia’s best

    Youth homelessness prevention organization Kids Under Cover has released the first images of the five cubbies competing for the title of Australia’s Best Cubby.
  3. Geelong the latest to sign City Deal memorandum

    Geelong is the latest city to join in on the federal government’s flurry of City Deals agreements.
  4. Perth Stadium set to open

    The 60,000-seat Perth Stadium, designed by Hassell, Cox Architecture, and HKS Sport and Entertainment, will open to the public on 21 January.
  5. Harvard University to offer free online architecture course

    Harvard’s 10-week-long free online architecture course will begin on 28 February 2018.
  6. WA Heritage Council calls for convict-era heritage nominations

    To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the last convict ship, a convict-themed assessment program hopes to identify places for inclusion in the State Register of Heritage Places.
  7. Entries open: 2018 Houses Awards

    Entry is now open to the 2018 Houses Awards, which celebrate Australia’s best residential projects.
  8. Five architecture competitions coming to fruition in 2018

    ArchitectureAU rounds up five of the most anticipated projects that originated from design competitions and are nearing completion.
  9. Parks Victoria mulls downsizing 18-hole golf course to enlarge Albert Park

    A draft masterplan would see an 18-hole golf course within Melbourne’s Albert Park more than halved in size to make way for more space usable by the general public.
  10. Speakers from across Asia-Pacific converge for 2018 Landscape Australia Conference

    The 2018 Landscape Australia Conference will be held on 5 May at the Frank Gehry-designed Dr Chau Chak Wing Building at the University of Technology Sydney.
  11. Major redevelopment of UTAS Launceston campus approved

    The federal government has approved the $260m redevelopment of the UTAS Launceston campus masterplanned by McBride Charles Ryan.
  12. The future is prefabricated

    Prefabricated construction is in its infancy but with increasing demand on tradition construction and speed and the sustainability benefits of prefabrication, could this new manufacturing industry change the way Australia builds?
  13. Confident and compact: Nine Smith Street

    A community-minded inner-city development by MA Architects with Neometro refines the apartment typology with clever spatial planning to celebrate small-footprint living.
  14. Sydney Design Festival 2018 program highlights announced

    The first events to be held as part of the 2018 Sydney Design Festival have been announced.