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The new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is the first large-scale hospital complex in Australia to achieve a 4 Star Green Star—Healthcare As Built rating from the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA).
Students from the Parsons School of Design at The New School have created a new temporary public space in New York from recycled fishing net and natural timber.
Gustavo Utrabo and Pedro Duschenes, founders of Brazilian practice Aleph Zerio, have been named RIBA International Emerging Architect 2018 for their project, the Children Village.
Sydney’s Lavender Bay is one step closer to getting its own New York-style High Line, pending approval of an Environmental Application by Sydney Trains and funding by the NSW government.
The Sydney Sustainable House is a 19th century three-bedroom terrace in Chippendale that was first renovated in 1996 by its owner, environmental consultant and lawyer Michael Mobbs.
Old becomes new at the Post-Earthquake Reconstruction Demonstration Project of Guangming Village, a house that was named World Building of the Year at the 2017 World Architecture Festival (WAF).
The greenest school in Norway, the Powerhouse Drøbak Montessori lower secondary school, will produce more energy than it consumes when it opens its doors next year.
Balkrishna Doshi, also known as B.V. Doshi, is the first Indian architect to receive the industry’s highest honor, the Pritzker Architecture Prize.
Much can be—and has been—said about ‘the next generation’, but it cannot be denied that they are invested in social and environmental sustainability.
Biophilic design, which seeks to reconnect people with nature in an increasingly urbanised world, has grown in popularity in recent years—and for good reason. It promises significant benefits for building occupants.
Common Unity by Mexico-based architectural firm, Rozana Montiel Estudio de Arquitectura, has been named winner of the 2018 Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize for emerging architecture.
Ten thousand native Australian plants will be installed at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2018—a reminder of the relationship between architecture and land.