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Street artist Rone turns back time in derelict Sherbrooke mansion

Street artist Rone turns back time in derelict Sherbrooke mansion

An exhibition in an abandoned Art Deco mansion is the public's last chance to view the stately pile before it is redeveloped by Shannon Bennett.

  • by Debbie Cuthbertson

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Renowned design teams to create public space for $1b Melbourne arts precinct
Architecture

Renowned design teams to create public space for $1b Melbourne arts precinct

Both firms selected to design the park, pedestrian spaces and gardens for Melbourne's new arts precinct have serious form in designing cultural institutions.

  • by Debbie Cuthbertson
The Apple store is designed as an icon for Apple, not Melbourne
Opinion
Opinion

The Apple store is designed as an icon for Apple, not Melbourne

A commercial, or other viable use, must be able to find a sustainable home in the Yarra Building.

  • by Michael Rahill
'We want to protect the Sirius building', NSW Labor pledges
Architecture

'We want to protect the Sirius building', NSW Labor pledges

NSW Labor would Heritage-list the embattled Sirius building and retain the historic Windsor Bridge if elected in March.

  • by Helen Pitt
Monash University’s biology building gets a new skin
Interior design

Monash University’s biology building gets a new skin

Strategy to ‘re-skin’ 18 Innovation Walk at Monash University’s Clayton Campus was successful.

  • by Stephen Crafti
What the Sydney Opera House could have looked like
Jørn Utzon

What the Sydney Opera House could have looked like

Sixty-three years ago, an international competition was launched to design a national opera house for Sydney. What if the judges had made a different choice?

  • by Helen Pitt
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From the Archives, 1959: Music Under A Silver Roof In A Garden Setting
Architecture

From the Archives, 1959: Music Under A Silver Roof In A Garden Setting

On this day in 1959, a crowd of over 30,000 watched the opening of Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl. We look back with this article from the archives.

  • by Neilma Sidney
Are complaints against architects falling on deaf ears?
Construction

Are complaints against architects falling on deaf ears?

Victoria's regulator has averaged two investigations a year in the past decade.

  • by Clay Lucas
Piccolino and parquetry animates Italian restaurant
Interior design

Piccolino and parquetry animates Italian restaurant

Piccolino translates to ‘small’ in Italian but it’s also the name of a new restaurant in Mount Waverley.

  • by Stephen Crafti
'I choke and cough at night': The household menace plaguing Sydney
Architecture

'I choke and cough at night': The household menace plaguing Sydney

Natalie tried everything to get rid of her mould infestation, but the problem could be unfixable.

  • by Laura Chung
Heritage chiefs surrender to Seidler mystique
Opinion
Opinion

Heritage chiefs surrender to Seidler mystique

Harry Seidler seems to me to have been a very mediocre architect but a very good self-publicist.

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