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Powerful, imposing structures with an unpretentious and unapologetic aesthetic, yet standing out for their bold individuality, brutalist buildings are difficult to fall in love with at first sight.
With an innovative bioframe geodesic roof and a range of sustainability features to boot, this building is worth a closer look.
Australia is one of the least densely-populated nations in the world, with our cities and architecture being designed accordingly. But what will happen when our population inevitably grows?
Let’s take a look at some of Australia’s oldest remaining buildings; what they were used for back in their day and how they’re being used now.
Let’s take a look at some of the most common elements of Japanese architecture, and some of Japan’s most celebrated buildings and architects.
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Architecture & Design’s take on who are the 10 best contemporary or should we say modern male and female Australian architects.
The increasing consumer preference for green building materials that also come with the promise of durability, longevity and low maintenance is driving design trends across the world.
Several children from across the world were asked to draw their dream bedrooms. Separated by different backgrounds, countries and even continents, these children had one thing in common – a highly creative and imaginative mind that could dream up some of the most stunning bedroom designs to reflect their personalities and desires.
The world’s tallest indoor waterfall is an impressive feat of architecture and engineering.
Art Deco was a glamorous European design style that grew out of the waning Art Nouveau movement in the first decades of the 20th century.
The mid-century modern movement changed design forever. To this day, the world remains enamoured with modernist design, which took over architecture, interiors and furniture, among other design spheres.