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Noosa bus shelters feature x-braced frames and gum cladding | Architecture And Design

Transport & Industrial Architecture | Architecture & Design

Majstorovic Architecture has designed and delivered a new coastal and rural bus shelter for rollout across Noosa on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.

Construction & Architecture News | Architecture & Design

A heritage residence renovation in New York City just trumped Australia’s only chance at the 2017 Archdaily Building of the Year Awards.

Construction & Architecture News | Architecture & Design

A heritage residence renovation in New York City just trumped Australia’s only chance at the 2017 Archdaily Building of the Year Awards.

Woods Bagot and Tridente triumph at global architecture awards for adaptive reuse | Architecture And Design

Construction & Architecture News | Architecture & Design

Woods Bagot and Tridente Architects have taken a category prize at the world’s largest architecture awards program for the redevelopment of a former Adelaide car plant.

Pterodactyl, California, U.S.A by Eric Owen Moss Architects

Construction & Architecture News | Architecture & Design

The AIA Institute Honor Awards are given to architects licensed to practice in the USA; however, the projects can be located anywhere in the world.

Mariposa Land Port of Entry Expansion and Modernization, Arizona/Mexico, U.S.A by Jones Studios

Construction & Architecture News | Architecture & Design

The AIA Institute Honor Awards are given to architects licensed to practice in the USA; however, the projects can be located anywhere in the world.

Beyond petrol pumps and fast food: BNE Service Centre by ThomsonAdsett | Architecture And Design

Retail & Office Architecture | Architecture & Design

Brisbane Airport staff have found a new place of refuge to sit back and relax in between the madness – the BNE Service Centre.

CRAIGIEBURN TRAIN MAINTENANCE FACILITY by HBO + EMTB

Transport & Industrial Architecture | Architecture & Design

The 1.2 hectare facility, longer than the Melbourne Cricket Ground, is the largest of its kind in Australia and can house up to 25 trains.

White Bay Cruise Terminal by Johnson Pilton Walker

Transport & Industrial Architecture | Architecture & Design

A new Sydney cruise terminal featuring a contemporary roof canopy draped on a historically significant gantry crane structure has won the 2014 Harry Seidler Award for Commercial Architecture.

White Bay Cruise Terminal by Johnson Pilton Walker

Transport & Industrial Architecture | Architecture & Design

A new Sydney cruise terminal featuring a contemporary roof canopy draped on a historically significant gantry crane structure has won the 2014 Harry Seidler Award for Commercial Architecture.

White Bay Cruise Terminal by Johnson Pilton Walker

Transport & Industrial Architecture | Architecture & Design

A new Sydney cruise terminal featuring a contemporary roof canopy draped on a historically significant gantry crane structure has won the 2014 Harry Seidler Award for Commercial Architecture.

Floats on concrete, runs on water: Brooke St Pier by Circa Morris Nunn

Transport & Industrial Architecture | Architecture & Design

Hobart’s new ferry terminal, an 80m long, 20m wide concrete pontoon, is both a building and a boat that rises and falls with the tide while providing various community spaces.

Hobart’s new ferry terminal, an 80m long, 20m wide concrete pontoon, is both a building and a boat that rises and falls with the tide while providing various community spaces.

Transport & Industrial Architecture | Architecture & Design

Hobart’s new ferry terminal, an 80m long, 20m wide concrete pontoon, is both a building and a boat that rises and falls with the tide while providing various community spaces.

Floats on concrete, runs on water: Brooke St Pier by Circa Morris Nunn

Transport & Industrial Architecture | Architecture & Design

Hobart’s new ferry terminal, an 80m long, 20m wide concrete pontoon, is both a building and a boat that rises and falls with the tide while providing various community spaces.

Floats on concrete, runs on water: Brooke St Pier by Circa Morris Nunn

Transport & Industrial Architecture | Architecture & Design

Hobart’s new ferry terminal, an 80m long, 20m wide concrete pontoon, is both a building and a boat that rises and falls with the tide while providing various community spaces.

Those in the commercial design business might like to keep an eye on the successes of a new $14 million commercial precinct in Robina, Queensland designed by Dryhurst Stuart Architects.

Transport & Industrial Architecture | Architecture & Design

Those in the commercial design business might like to keep an eye on the successes of a new $14 million commercial precinct in Robina, Queensland designed by Dryhurst Stuart Architects.