Tags: Education

Dr Chau Chak Wing Building / Frank Gehry

Resembling a crumpled paper bag on one side and a mass of glass shards on the other, the Dr Chau Chak Wing building is... Read More

Charles Perkins Centre / FJMT

The first Indigenous Australian university graduate, the late Charles Perkins was a pioneering icon, emblematic of a world changing for the better. The new Charles Perkins Centre at Perkins' alma... Read More

Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building / Durbach Block Jaggers x BVN

With a naturally rendered facade inspired by the organic forms of a tree grove, contrasted against 700 colourful, box style windows, The Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building... Read More

The Sustainable Industries Education Centre

Located within an abandoned car manufacturing plant, Adelaide's new Sustainable Industries Education Centre (SIEC) is a wryly appropriate metaphor for the decline of dirty industries and the... Read More

Specifier Magazine Issue 116

The New Art Museums of Rio / House of Music / JA Curve Church / Fairfield Hacienda / Florence St / North Bondi Surf Lifesaving Club / The Ozone House / UTS Great Hall / 2014 Venice Biennale / Meet... Read More

UTS Great Hall

Located inside the podium of a much-maligned Brutalist tower, the University of Technology Sydney's (UTS) Great Hall and Balcony Room forms a majestic contrast to its surrounds. With its angular forms... Read More

Abedian School of Architecture

Housing the next generation of architects, Bond University's new Abedian School of Architecture is, appropriately, an exemplar illustration of good design. Both a learning and a social environment,... Read More

Emerson College LA

Sunset Boulevard has a new architectural star with Emerson College's campus in Los Angeles. Housing the Boston-based college's semester-long internship program – through which students gain... Read More

Library in Muyinga

A modest structure in a small town of Eastern Africa speaks volumes on the relationship between architecture and the communities it serves. BC Architects' library for deaf children in Burundi... Read More

The Centre for Carbon Food and Water

Australia's first multidisciplinary research centre for agricultural and environmental studies has opened at the University of Sydney's semi-rural Camden campus. The building is a response to... Read More

2013 Pritzker Prize Winner: Toyo Ito

Toyo Ito has been awarded this year’s Prtizker Prize, becoming the 37th recipient of the architectural world’s highest honour. Describing him as a ‘creator of timeless... Read More