Malaysian architect Kevin Low gave a lecture entitled Small Projects in Melboure on 11 September as part of the Australian Institute of Architects’ International Speaker Series, hosted by the ever-entertaining Stuart Harrison. Small Projects is also the name of Low’s studio, which has an almost exclusive focus on buildings of residential scale or
At the edge of the Indian Ocean, three hours’ drive south of Perth, lies Margaret River – a town loved for its restaurants, fresh produce, wine, surf and forest: the ultimate place to kick back and indulge. This region is the Vaucluse (France) of Western Australia (sans mountains of course, and similarly lacking the architectural relics dating bac
The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is hosting some special guests this week. Finnish architect Juhani Pallasmaa and Lene Tranberg of Denmark will give each a public lecture and student sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday 11-12 March, at the University’s School of Architecture & Design, Inveresk.
They are visiting as part of the Tasmanian
The Australian Institute of Architects announced the winners of its 2014 Newcastle Architecture Awards on Thursday 6 March, at Merewether Surfhouse. Nine projects from twenty-one entries were recognized. The winning projects now have the opportunity to be presented to the NSW Architecture Awards’ juries for consideration of state honours, to be a