• Lagoon House by Taylor and Hinds Architects, photography by Jonathan Wherrett

  • The Barn by workbylizandalex, photography by Matt Sansom

  • Weld Street Alterations by Preston Lane Architects, photography by Jonathan Wherrett

  • PressHall by Core Collective, photography by Peter Whyte

  • Pumphouse Point by Cumulus Studio, photography by Sharyn Cairns

  • Ptunarra Child Family Centre by Morrison Breytenbach Architects, photography by Ray Joyce

  • Valley House by Philip M Dingemanse, photography by Luke Hesketh

  • Art & Craft by 1+2 Architecture, photography by 1+2 Architecture

  • Winscombe Extension by Preston Lane Architects, photography by Derek Swalwell

  • Moonah Arts Centre by Morrison Breytenbach Architects, photography by Ray Joyce

Adaptive reuse projects dominate 2015 Tasmanian Architecture Awards

Projects involving the adaptive reuse of heritage and other older buildings are the big winners at the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2015 Tasmanian Architecture Awards, announced in the Huon Valley on Saturday night. Two residential adaptations of historical sites dominated the Heritage and Residential ...

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Women in Design

Design Tasmania is presenting the first Women in Design colloquium as part of a three year strategy in July 2015. The colloquium brings together design thinkers and doers to share their stories and thoughts on the subject and plan together for the future. The event will merge panel discussions, in-conversation …

Sawmill House, Archier, photography by Benjamin Hosking

2015 Victorian Architecture Award Winners

Melbourne, Australia – Victoria’s top architecture firms came together to recognise the state’s best, at the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2015 Victorian Architecture Awards Friday night June 26th. Named Awards, Awards and Commendations were awarded in 12 categories representing a range of architecture from residential to public design, in addition …

Residential New, PlanchonellaHouse, Jesse Bennett Architect, photogarphy by Sean Fennessy

Designs inspired by nature win at the Queensland Architecture Awards

The winners of the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2015 Queensland State Architecture Awards have been announced in Brisbane tonight. The jury has awarded 52 accolades to 43 projects across all categories, with the educational category in its debut year recording an excellent outcome with seven projects honoured. See below for …

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Vivid 2015

Over 90 talented designers have been selected to exhibit their work at Melbourne’s premier design event, VIVID (Vibrant Vision in Design). Australia’s longest running design competition is instrumental in unearthing the next generation of design talent, and will return to Decor + Design at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre …

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World Architecture Festival Awards

The Westmead Millennium Institute has been shortlisted in the prestigious World Architecture (WAF) Festival Awards.  This follows being shortlisted in the locally prestigious Australian Institute of Architects Awards NSW that will be announced on 2 July. Australia, leads the number of projects on the list followed by the UK and …

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Spirit by Tracey Deep

Celebrated for her sustainable sculptures and installations using organic and industrial recycled materials for over two decades – her creations are as distinctive as a signature, and have graced events ranging from the Art Gallery of NSW to Tropfest, and from the Winter Olympics to Hugh Jackman.  A powerhouse of …