A development application has been submitted for the long-awaited development at the World Heritage-listed Cascades Female Factory Historic Site in South Hobart.
US-based education and advocacy organization The Cultural Landscape Foundation has launched an international landscape architecture prize worth US$100,000 to be conferred biennially.
A community-based organization in Melbourne’s St Kilda has launched a $5,000 ideas competition to reimagine a historic jetty.
The National Gallery has launched a design competition for the fifth annual Architecture Commission to be installed in 2019.
Rush Wright, Liminal Architecture and Snøhetta have won the competition for the design of the new History and Interpretation Centre at the Cascades Female Factory Historic Site in South Hobart.
St Kilda Triangle named design site for international sustainable energy infrastructure ideas competition
The design site for LAGI 2018 Melbourne will be the St Kilda Triangle, while the main exhibition space will be Federation Square.
The Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI) has partnered with the Victorian government to stage its 2018 competition.
LA+ journal has launched a $10,000 international ideas competition to design a hypothetical island.
Randwick City Council has announced the winner of the $300k Kensington to Kingsford international ideas competition.
A design team led by CHROFI has won the national design competition for a new conservatory in the Australian National Botanic Gardens, Canberra.
Australia- and Spain-based architecture firm Smar Architecture Studio has won first place in an international competition to design the new €25-million ($36.8-million) Science Island in Lithuania.
A national architectural design competition has been launched for the $50 million redevelopment of Frankston railway station in Melbourne’s south-east.
Aspect Studios has won an international ideas competition to transform the Tenderloin district in San Francisco, California, with a scheme described as “an antidote to everyday life.”
The four shortlisted designs in the Kensington and Kingsford: K2K Urban Design Competition have been revealed.
The Power Street Loop design competition raises some pertinent questions about who has the say on our urban places.
A proposal for a series of “disaster-resilient parks” by a team of New Zealand designers wins This Public Space competition.