Talking Architecture & Design Podcast (Episode: 55)
In this episode of Talking Architecture & Design, architect and lecturer Tone Wheeler looks at where we went wrong ...
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Holistic landscape architecture reinvigorates Sydney's Darling Harbour
The newly launched Darling Harbour precinct has transformed the city of Sydney, with the redevelopment tapping into the rich history of Cockle Bay and reconnecting the city to its surrounds.
Project | 31/07/2018
Sky high green refuge in the heart of Melbourne
Phoenix Rooftop is a green refuge in the unlikeliest of places – 30 storeys high, on an exposed site in the heart of Melbourne.
Project | 28/05/2018
krakani-lumi: ‘resting place’ weaves Aboriginal storytelling with sustainable design
Taylor + Hinds Architects has designed a standing camp informed by the siting, materials and traditional half-domed forms of ancient Tasmanian Aboriginal shelter.
Project | 09/03/2018
Sleeping in the landscape (or shutting it out)
The name Portsea Sleepout is akin to mistaking a Great Dane for a chihuahua: overly humble, and not entirely indicative of the beast’s true nature.
Project | 20/11/2017
Best of the Best re-visited: Inside Sustainability Awards winner Gen Y Demonstration Housing
In light of its multiple wins at this year's Sustainability Awards, we take another look at one of the heroes from the night: Gen Y Demonstration Housing by David Barr Architects.
Project | 02/11/2017
Following the dunes: Leighton Beach Facilities
The City of Fremantle has been undergoing somewhat of an architectural renaissance recently. But the nascent development hasn’t been confined to the guts of the seaside city.
Project | 30/10/2017
Promenade Aqui: a spiralling connection between city and water
As well as contributing a recognisable silhouette to the Docklands skyline, Woods Bagot's residential project is like a shot of caffeine to the sleepy suburb's public realm.
Project | 09/10/2017
Weaving architectural wayfinding for James Cook University
First and foremost, Verandah Walk is an exercise in wayfinding. But its functional purpose is more far-reaching, and includes everything from weather protection to technological connectivity.
Project | 05/10/2017
The Pool House: a century in design, from front door to back
What do a 1910 workers’ cottage and modern, motorised architecture have in common? In the case of this Luigi Rosselli project, the answer is a swimming pool.
Project | 12/09/2017
Jac is a Federation-era home extension done for the love of a tree
With Jac, Panovscott weren't solely designing for the client-occupants. They were also designing for the 116yro tree that stood on the site.
Project | 14/08/2017
A lens in the landscape: the Royal Botanic Gardens’ new architectural centrepiece
Just like its namesake, the Calyx – the new horticultural display at Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens – provides an architectural frame that both safeguards and showcases the displays within.
Project | 04/08/2017
When house becomes garden
When Zen Architects extended the floorplan of North Carlton Green House, it left no room for a typical garden. So, they made the home the garden.
Project | 31/07/2017
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