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The INDE.Awards’ potential for regional dialogue and global impact in 2020 will be enhanced with the new INDE.Awards Summit – a one-day conference in Sydney that will bring together a spectrum of regional and local speakers to explore how the Indo-Pacific region’s architects and designers are responding to and innovating in the face of critical global and local challenges.
Terroir’s new visitor centre for Victoria’s Puffing Billy Railway is a $20 million project designed to focus on “creating a visitor experience anchored within the authentic sights, smells and sounds of the railway.”
IKEA have announced querkraft architekten’s design behind their new store in Vienna, to be filled with trees, ‘relaxed’ and without a carpark.
The General, a family-butcher-turned-photovoltaic-glazed-award-winner, is a pioneer of residential-building design by emerging Melbourne practice, C. Kairouz Architects.
‘In Absence’, the fifth National Gallery of Victoria’s (NGV) Architecture Commission proposal by contemporary indigenous artist Yhonnie Scarce and Edition Office, has been completed.
Hassell and US architects SO-IL are designing the public realm that will make up the precinct’s public meeting spaces, whereas NH Architecture and Norway’s Snøhetta will revitalise the arts precinct’s theatres.
Upsizers and experienced property buyers are prioritising luxury upgrades and finishes when searching for a home they can live and grow in, says a Queensland-based homebuilder.
Edition Office has designed moving walls and decked terraces interconnecting four pavilions of a holiday home in Point Lonsdale, Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula.
The new sustainable ‘masterplan’ by Henning Larsen and MOE, Fælledby, is the first all-timber community designed in Copenhagen.
New York’s AI SpaceFactory won NASA’s competition to 3D-print a habitat fit for Mars or the moon, and for it to be built autonomously.
A two-year cost-inhibited halt of Santiago Calatrava’s-designed St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine will resume in time for the 20th anniversary of September 11, 2001’s terrorist attacks.
Bosrijk – a new residential location in the city of Eindhoven – is to be sustainable, spatial and of high ambition architecturally, and not to mention, 3D-printed.