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Panovscott present A Small Exhibition

9 Aug, 2017

A Small Exhibition, curated by panovscott Architects officially opens in Tin Sheds Gallery, in the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, this Thursday 10 August at 6pm. It features brilliant examples of compact housing by some of the most innovative and exciting architects working in our city today. Participants…

Exciting new program celebrates Australian modernism

7 Aug, 2017

An exciting new program of exhibitions, tours and talks is currently underway at Sydney Living Museums. A Modernist Season celebrates the era’s signature elements and the creators, designers, architects and craftspeople who helped shape modernism in Sydney. Executive Director Mark Goggin commented: “This winter, Sydney Living Museums presents a new…

NSW Landscape Architecture Awards announced

3 Aug, 2017

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects’ (AILA) New South Wales Landscape Architecture Awards 2017 (NSW) have been announced. Over seventy projects were entered in the NSW awards, with nineteen winners crowned across categories including civic landscape, community contribution, cultural heritage, gardens, parks and open spaces as well as urban design…

Sirius heritage decision ruled invalid

2 Aug, 2017

The Land and Environment Court of New South Wales has ruled that the decision by the state government not to place the Sirius public housing complex on the State Heritage Register is invalid. The verdict stated that the then Minister for Environment and Heritage, Mark Speakman, had not properly considered a…

Assembly Apartments announced as category winner at AIA Victoria

30 Jul, 2017

Assembly Apartments has taken out the 2017 Award for Residential Architecture – Houses (Multiple Housing)  at the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Victorian Chapter. Woods Bagot Principal Peter Miglis said a strong partnership with developer Cbus Property enabled the project’s success. “The journey of this unique project was made possible with the support of…

MPavilion extended for two more seasons

27 Jul, 2017

The Naomi Milgrom Foundation’s annual MPavilion architecture commission has received an extension for a further two seasons. The announcement comes amid excitement in the lead-up to the unveiling of the fourth MPavilion (designed by Rem Koolhaas & David Gianotten of OMA), and is the result of a unanimous decision by…

Dulux DIAlogue on Tour winners announced

26 Jul, 2017

Dulux, the Design Institute of Australia (DIA) and the Designers Institute of New Zealand (DINZ) have announced the winners of their design tour scholarship, the Dulux DIAlogue Tour. Now in its second year, Dulux DIAlogue on Tour is an inspirational expedition, exclusive to DIA and DINZ members across Australia and New Zealand,…

Winners announced for the 2017 Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards

24 Jul, 2017

Thirteen projects have received awards at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects’ (AILA) Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards, announced Friday 21 July in Melbourne. A civic focus came through loud and clear with the jury complementing all the entries that included and promoted community interaction, specifically noting the contributions to the future…

Table Cape cliff-top resort in Tasmania approved

22 Jul, 2017

Approval has been granted for a hotel that will be sunk into a cliff face on the north-west coast of Tasmania. The proposed design is by Sydney-based firm Silvester Fuller, in collaboration with landscape architects Aspect Studios. The $90-million development will include 26 deluxe rooms, 16 premium suites, eight villa suites, a…

INVERT 2017

21 Jul, 2017

Green magazine, in collaboration with MINI and the City of Melbourne, is excited to present MINI LIVING – INVERT, an exhibition and series of talks analysing the importance of sustainable, small-scale architecture. From 4-8 October, MINI and green will be taking over a small space in Melbourne’s CBD. Green Magazine…