At the recent Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards ceremony in Hobart Troppo co-founders Phil Harris and Adrian Welke deservedly walked away with the evening’s highest accolade.
I can’t remember who said it or quoted it, but I was once told that the one thing that really makes Australians unique is our accent.
After 36 years, Circus Oz has set down permanent roots in a purpose-built facility on the site of the former Collingwood Technical School.
Until June 22, visitors to the State Library of Victoria’s Murdoch gallery will be able to enjoy Rome: Piranesi’s Vision, the most extensive exhibition of works by eighteenth-century printmaking genius…
Plans to change the existing 41 Exhibition St Address of the Australian Institute of Architects into an exemplar of integrated and sustainable architecture have come full circle.
Adopting flexible work spaces and practices is part of the rise of knowledge-intensive industries.
A unique concept in integrating indoor and outdoor living, Elmington has been strategically designed to capitalise on its enviable position adjoining Fritsch Holzer in Hawthorn.
Marketing, branding and true innovation.
The increase in median house prices across the city in the final quarter of 2013 added some surprises to the million-dollar list.
A new group exhibition at fortyfivedownstairs unveils the creative practices of 14 of Melbourne’s leading female designers.
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