architecture October 30, 2021
The National Architecture Awards are a chance to reflect on the state of the art.
architecture September 18, 2021
The new Upfield railway line development is a triumph, restoring parkland to space-starved citizens.
architecture August 7, 2021
The Permanent Camping pavilions demonstrate how exquisite small buildings can be – but what does this photogenic asceticism say about how we’re living now?
architecture May 8, 2021
The proposed redevelopment of the Australian War Memorial not only compromises Charles Bean’s original vision for a ‘simple, solemn, exquisite building’, it calls into question our processes of public governance.
architecture March 27, 2021
The ACMI redevelopment brings Victoria’s major institution for screen culture into triumphant focus.
architecture February 20, 2021
The redevelopment of Pentridge prison raises troubling questions about how we preserve our punitive past, and whether it is ever acceptable to exploit misery as a brand.
architecture December 21, 2019
If death is a certainty, so is the fact that the Earth is running out of space for cemeteries. Two Australians are trying to design a solution.
architecture December 8, 2018
Making the case for restoring confidence in the quality of Australian design by stipulating that for major projects, half of all design tenders or competition entrants be local.