Architecture, Construction, Engineering and Interior Design News & Analysis
Top Marks for Unique Student Housing Architecture
Architects continue to push boundaries in developing student buildings, offering a creative zaniness informed by modern design practices.
RMIT’s Dynamic Skin Leaves its Mark on Melbourne Skyline
In a city as architecturally diverse as Melbourne, standing out from the crowd while remaining functional, in context...
Facades that Reverse the Signs of Carbon
In a recent spate of green building concepts algae features as a key façade design tool.
Melbourne’s Synchrotron Finally Complete
After a two-year construction period, the architectural marvel known as the National Centre for Synchrotron Science is finally...
Technology Making Green Dreams a Reality
The evolving nature of the green building sector means that what were once thought to be pie-in-the-sky ideas...
Aboriginal Design Highlights Truly ‘Australian’ Architecture
Aboriginal artist Reko Rennie's work offers a reminder that architecture has been part of the Australian fabric even...
The World’s First Bio-Façade Ready to Grow
The world’s first bio-adaptive façade is set to be installed to a building in Germany.
Fighting Urban Monotony
ARM Architecture's Orbis Apartments offer a unique look in the typically humdrum world of apartment developments.
Largest Shopping Centre In China Shows Green Potential
Plans for China's Haitbang Bay International Shopping Center continue the country's ongoing emphasis on green development.
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