Linda Cheng is Editor of ArchitectureAU.com. She has written more than 750 articles covering architecture and design in Australia and around the world. Linda completed a Bachelor of Planning and Design (Architecture) at the University of Melbourne and has worked at a small practice in Melbourne. Linda has also contributed to Australian architecture and design magazines including Architecture Australia, Houses, Artichoke, DQ, and the National Gallery of Victoria’s Gallery magazine. She was previously deputy editor/art director of Furnishing International and editorial assistant of Indesign and Habitus magazines.
Linda Cheng's Latest contributions
Searle x Waldron Architecture, Edwards Moore and Bush Projects have won the competition with a proposal lauded for its “deep and thorough understanding” of the site.
The creative directors of Australia’s 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale exhibition have named the 15 projects to represent Repair, the exhibition’s theme.
A competition invites multidisciplinary teams to rethink the public open spaces of Point Grey on Victoria’s Surf Coast.
Victoria’s planning minister has approved a $1.2 billion five-tower development in Docklands, which was unanimously rejected by the City of Melbourne and described as a “visually dominant wall.”
Tasmania’s “dark history” is the centrepiece of the MONA’s vision for the redevelopment Macquarie Point, designed by Fender Katsalidis and Rush Wright.
A design team with a philosophy based on the “idea of continuum” has been appointed for the expansion of Arthur Boyd’s Riversdale property in New South Wales.