With June behind us, let’s take a look at the top 10 stories covered throughout the month. Click on the title to read the full story, and let us know which ones were your favourites – or what else we should have covered.
Lendlease has provided a first look inside 25 King, the world’s tallest engineered timber office building.
Architect David Hartree has designed his own family home, undertaking a major renovation of a 1950s house in East Fremantle.
Coorparoo House carefully negotiates a sloping site to harness views of the city and garden, while also maintaining privacy through stepped floor levels and separate zones for family members.
In the Brisbane suburb of Auchenflower sits a contemporary home that respectfully reinterprets the traditional character of its locality.
A new breakthrough in concrete by Australian advanced materials technology company, Talga Resources promises to revolutionise a broad range of existing and emerging transport applications.
This Edwardian house was in decent shape but needed a lot of work to try and get it back to its former glory.
This Sydney home extension was designed with the intention to bring in natural light and garden views, making the new living area feel like a garden pavilion.
Driving along Winthrop Avenue, the animated lighting of artist Stuart Green’s “fizz” sculpture and the green façade instantly identifies the children’s hospital, a visual wonderland for families driving past at night.
Architecture, urban design and planning practice, Architectus, has made four new appointments as a response to Australia’s construction boom.
The newly-opened Waltzing Matilda Centre replaces the original centre which was destroyed by fire in 2015.