Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands has submitted 30 planning applications for the ‘longest public art work in the world’ along the River Thames in central London, a collaboration by the architects and American artist Leo Villareal.
The Cobram Library & Learning Centre is a distinctively ‘local’ library, designed by CohenLeigh Architects, embracing emerging technologies & promoting flexible learning & library spaces across all ages.
West 8’s ‘pollinator garden’ wins design competition to upgrade the northern section of Bernie Spain Gardens on London’s South Bank. The contest was run by social enterprise owner Coin Street Community Builders.
Grimshaw has transformed the Meat Market in North Melbourne into a giant installation that literally wraps around the events at the hub for Melbourne Knowledge Week.
London Festival of Architecture & Team London Bridge design competition to improve a pedestrian triangle at London Bridge station, one of the focuses for LFA 2018: the contest aims to form a legacy for the area.
Award for this design by 51N4E architects, “It is very important to realise that this project is – in the end – not about the square. It is about Tirana. Tirana is a city which has changed enormously the last years, at some places beyond recognition.”
Five years in the making Maitland’s Riverlink Building is the work of award-winning Architectural firm CHROFI and extends a legacy of place-making public architecture.
The Marina and Yacht Club, designed by Scott Carver and Chinese partner Qingshang Waterfront Space Research Institute, is located on the southeast side of the Xingguang Island, Qingdao.
Grimshaw designed The Ormond Station and North Road Level Crossing Removal seeking to provide an integrated urban design solution that encompasses public space, buildings, landscape and the civil engineering scope of a major transport project.
As a permanent building, the Sky Club, by DOMANI, has been completed in Time Berlin and Time Sky, and will be presented in Times Property’s flagship plate one after another.
Oxford Street Christmas Lights 2018 design by 3DReid Architects shortlisted: RIBA Design Contest in Central London – Royal Institute of British Architects contest – Oxford Street Christmas Lights Design Competition news
The Regatta Foreshore Walk project develops an existing public recreation space at the southern end of a foreshore reserve. The lakeside project designed by day bukh architects presented an opportunity to redevelop a unique cultural and historical recreational area.
The Eagle Arthurs Seat is a contemporary reinstatement of the iconic Victorian tourist destination. Providing an all-assessable / all-weather gondola ride that soars through the tree canopies to the summit, revealing spectacular panoramic views of the Port Phillip Bay.
After huge controversy back in 2012, the city council once again seeks an architectural solution. Planning application was unanimously approved for proposal by LDA Design for enhancing the city’s Victorian park in the Denburn Valley.