Should Sydney Harbour Become an “Open City”?

The concept of the "open city" could prove highly applicable to the Bays Precinct Development on the Sydney Harbour foreshore, following the recent success of a similar urban regeneration project in the EU.



Gehry Realises Louis Vuitton’s Curved Glass Dream

The curved glass roof of the new Fondation Louis Vuitton building has demonstrated intricate architecture...

Published on 20 October 2014
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Gehry Describes Today’s Architecture as ‘Pure S***’

Frank Gehry has given critics the middle finger salute and described today’s architecture as...

Published on 27 October 2014
Urban Planning
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Crowded Cities Blamed for Costly Housing

Crowded cities, immigration and tax breaks for property investors are being blamed for Australia...

Published on 29 October 2014
Urban Planning

Why Cycling Works in the Netherlands

“You can go everywhere by bicycle easier than you can by car.”

Published on 28 October 2014

Industry Briefs


Open-source Design to Redefine Architecture?

An exhibition that challenges the notion good design is both elitist and costly was...

Published on 27 October 2014

Designing a Chinese City from Scratch

An architectural model scale of a future Chinese city, which one million people will...

Published on 24 October 2014

Bangkok Skyscraper to be Among World’s Tallest

Higher than a bird, almost as high as some planes. It's Super Tower....

Published on 23 October 2014

Creating Sustainable Places for Everyone

The new Green Star – Design & As Built rating tool, released yesterday by...

Published on 21 October 2014