Andrew Mackenzie
The bamboo, rope and wooden pegs of Mumbai architect Bijoy Jain’s MPavilion are in keeping with a global trend in handmade building, even if not everyone can afford it.

The Sirius building

Tim Ross
The proposed demolition of the Sirius building in Sydney robs Australians of an iconic piece of Brutalist architecture.

‘The Pool’ at the Venice biennale

Jaynie Anderson
The new DCM-designed pavilion at the Venice architecture biennale is host to a very Australian public space – the swimming pool.

Katrina Sedgwick and ACMI X

Abigail Ulman
Inside ACMI X with creative director Katrina Sedgwick
Dan Stapleton
Pritzker prizewinner Alejandro Aravena's social housing proves the value of architects to urban planning.

Radical urban planning at the Shenzhen Biennale

Andrew Mackenzie
The Shenzhen biennale perhaps surprisingly highlights the benefits of informal urban planning over centralised control.

Defensive architecture takes public space

Giacomo Bianchino
As corporate prerogatives win the day in urban planning, access to public space shrinks alarmingly.

DBJ’s Science and Graduate School of Health Building, UTS

Andrew Mackenzie
UTS’s latest refurbishment ripples alongside a new green courtyard as it pulls natural light within.

Carlton’s Upper House sets new apartment standard

Andrew Mackenzie
Clever collaboration has paved the way for a bold new player on the Melbourne apartment landscape.

Gehry Partners bends UTS building out of shape

Laura Harding
Does Frank Gehry's UTS building exhibit more technical making-do than derring-do?

Melbourne University's new School of Design

Laura Harding
A theatrical new building to inspire students with its thoughtful labyrinth of architectural worlds.

Bates Smart's new Kensington colleges at UNSW

Laura Harding
The University of NSW’s new Kensington Colleges provide an education in public housing.

Architects Carmody and Groarke work outside the box

Fleur Watson
From pop-ups to pavilions, a British–Australian duo is scooping up prizes and changing the face of London.

Unfolding Modernism at the 14th Venice Biennale

Andrew Mackenzie
The singular vision of Dutch master Rem Koolhaas has delivered an unusually pluralist Venice Biennale.

Hidden history in Sydney's Millers Point

Laura Harding
The ingenuity of the historic Millers Point workers’ flats will be lost when the public housing’s harbour views are sold off.

Prince Alfred Park pool an urban oasis

Laura Harding
The designers of the new Prince Alfred Park pool went to great lengths to deliver a distinguished building, with subtle nods to summers past.