New kid on the block

Standing tall in the heart of Manhattan, the Bank of America Tower offsets its stature with LEED Platinum accreditation the first for a commercial tower Read more

designed for wellbeing

The new ACU Centre for Health and Wellbeing looks after the environment as much as it does its inhabitants Read more

Glow in the dark

A billowing canopy envelops the public facilities and references the natural attractions at the new Waitomo Glowworm Caves Visitor Centre Read more

On the up and up

Mixed-use developments are at the forefront of urban renewal, and increasingly, they form part of a masterplan that establishes a city's vision for the future Read more

Changing face of the cBD

The architectural fabric of our inner cities is constantly subject to change. But increasingly, new insertions are designed to respect, rather than mimic, the heritage character of existing buildings Read more

ART of architecture

Melbourne's iconic arts precinct helped shape the design of the new Triptych apartment tower, which was conceived as an artwork in itself Read more

making waves

In a city famous for its dramatic, cloud-raking architecture, Aqua cuts a fresh, variegated profile on the skyline Read more

Technological influence

Situated on the outskirts of Bangalore, Skill City will cement the region's reputation as the information technology centre of India Read more

Industrial revival

Adaptive reuse is maximised in Light Space, a warehouse conversion that embraces the existing architectural style Read more

sleek and secure

This eye-catching, futuristic office fit-out is in keeping with the high level of security technology throughout Read more

Plan of things to come

A 180ha site on the outskirts of Taupo is set to become New Zealand's largest urban planning development Read more

Train of thought

With open space at a premium, the under-grounding of the West Kowloon Terminus has provided the people of Hong Kong with three additional hectares of recreational land Read more





Latest books

Commercial Design Trends Vol. 34/2C

Whether you’re travelling for work or pleasure, your hotel experience can either make or break your trip. Our market report in this issue looks at the changing world of hotel design – from five star establ... Read more

Home Trends Vol. 34/3

The design of our homes – new or renovated – should be an individualistic response to our lifestyle, family set-up and budget. But there are also common requirements we should all aim for – a balance of public and private... Read more

Home Trends Vol. 34/1

If you're designing a bathroom for a new home or renovating your existing one, you'll quickly discover how involved the process can be.It's not only the challenge of how to fit the different functional zones into the ofte... Read more