Coopers Creek for sale: rare chance to buy a whole Australian town

The Victorian town was home to 250 people during the 1800s gold rush

Creating architecture for the Australian desert

The design varies from the typical use of colonial tropical architecture, instead employing rammed earth

University of Western Australia’s School of Indigenous Studies anchors southern precinct

The project also took out several awards at last year’s Master Builders WA Excellence in Construction Awards

Designing the Bilya Koort Boodja Centre for Nyoongar Culture and Environmental Knowledge

The architecture is intended to be ephemeral. Its built form is deliberately in contrast to the traditional buildings of Northam

How feng shui attracts more buyers in new developments

Peter Li highlights how the Asian tradition has had a significant influence on the Sydney market

A rainbow bridge from Perth Children’s Hospital to Kings Park

The bridge spans 217 winding metres from the hospital to Kings Park

A Tardis like building, featuring a library, museum, carpet bowls and more

The design brings together umpteen different community uses, from a library to museum, from carpet bowls to hairdressers

The Perth aged care home with a difference

An aged care home that took a decade to design, creates thoughtful and intuitive ways to navigate the property, and draws on fond memories to stimulate a sense of wellbeing

Luxury collection of Melbourne penthouses unveiled

Among the offerings is Victoria’s largest penthouse to hit the market this year – worth some $23 million

Building a veterinary hospital extension

The considered and careful design meant hospital operations could continue whilst construction went on