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Frasers Property Australia’s masterplanned community, The Waterfront at Shell Cove has released its next apartment offering titled Ancora Apartments, to be sold by ballot on June 17.
The peak organisation for hearing and vision loss will relocate its headquarters to Macquarie University after the NSW Government approved plans for its new $74.5 million state-of-the-art facility.
Leading Australian architecture studio BVN has been engaged by the Brisbane Archdiocese to design a new eight-storey commercial office building adjacent to the state-heritage-listed St. Patrick’s Church in Fortitude Valley.
Shanghai architecture studio 00group proposed a unique design for a competition organised by Bee Breeders that called for creating a new landmark in the extraordinary landscape of Iceland.
The Robin Boyd Foundation has launched a ‘Plus1’ fundraising initiative with Creative Partnerships Australia to mark the release of the book ‘After The Australian Ugliness’ as well as to support design advocacy in Australia.
Kaunitz Yeung Architecture has been awarded the Union of Architecture’s (UIA’s) Vassilis Sgoutas Prize for Implemented Architecture Serving the Impoverished, for their work in deprived communities.
Cloud Architecture Studio conceptualised a new terrace house for a large family in inner Melbourne as an adaptable and flexible collection of spaces capable of ‘bending’ to the needs of the occupants well into the future.
Inner West Council has named the 2021 Built Environment Awards winners, with conservation works to Annandale’s The Abbey designed by Letizia Coppo + Associates taking out the 2021 Marrickville Medal.
While much of the world’s great architecture is seen through our own eyes or via a still photo, many marvels are also seen behind the film camera lens. So, without further ado and in no particular order, here’s our favourite pieces of architecture seen in the world of film through the ages.
Directly inspired by the Waratah, the Woods Bagot-designed Warada on Walker will be quite the sight for onlookers if given approval by North Sydney Council.
A retired couple from Amsterdam have recently moved into the first-ever Dutch 3D printed concrete home in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Despite growth rates slowing, dwelling values continue to rise across the country according to CoreLogic’s national home value index, with evidence showing there are less first home buyers in the market for the first time in nearly a year.