Top 10 Architecture & Design articles of the month for September

We’ve rounded up ten of the biggest stories you may have missed for the month of September. There is something in every industry that requires in-depth reading. Find our Top 10 below.

Denton Corker Marshall + HDR to design $478 million biomedical accelerator in Sydney

Denton Corker Marshall + HDR design scheme has been selected for the Sydney Biomedical Accelerator (SBA), a premier 36,000m² healthcare, research and education facility in Australia equipped with a range of research facilities laboratory and clinical learning spaces.

Discover the details of the project here.


Renderings released for major state hospital redevelopment

A $750 million redevelopment for the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital has been announced, with Bates Smart and Neeson Murcutt + Neille as well as Jacobs handling the delivery.

Read all about the reinvigorated RPA here.

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DKO-designed Melbourne hotel complete

Marriott’s latest adventure in Melbourne, the AC Hotel designed by DKO Architecture, embodies the boldness and grandeur of the AC brand through functionality, contemporary materials and open layouts.

The hotel can be read here.

A Sydney Harbor

The simplicity of sky and sea is key to the interior design of One Sydney Harbor

Sydney’s One Sydney Harbour, developed by Lendlease is the ultimate project. Three towers comprising 808 residences sit on the world’s most iconic waterfront. Creating a new standard in luxury living in Barangaroo South, the project has been in the making for around ten years.

Find out more about Sydney’s most exclusive address here.

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Grimshaw’s groundbreaking Sydney proposal goes public

Grimshaw Architects have proposed a groundbreaking development on the site of the Sydney Estate car park which would see four new performance venues built to cement Sydney’s place as the country’s arts capital.

The potential shaping plan of the city is in full view here.

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Architectus reveals bold vision for Brisbane’s Roma Street Precinct

New pedestrian bridges and pedestrian boulevards, green spaces to gather and tell the truth, viewing platforms on the river, revitalized heritage buildings and even a new “Grand Central”… these are some of the ideas revealed by multi-award winning Australian architecture and design studio, Architectus as part of their bold new vision for the Roma Street Precinct in Brisbane.

Take a look at the practice plans here.

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See! The 2022 National Architecture Awards Shortlist

The Australian Institute of Architects has unveiled the shortlist for the 2022 National Architecture Awards, with 85 entries in 13 categories.

See the shortlist here.

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Hames Sharley appoints TEN new interior specialists

Hames Sharley has bolstered its Melbourne team with the appointment of Sonja Duric as Director, along with nine additional workplace interior design specialists.

Read the full list of appointments here.

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The rise and rise of high performance centers in Australia

The “competitive advantage” desired by elite sports teams takes many forms. Some are physical, some psychological, and some completely wacky. What we’re starting to see is the upgrading of several facilities, particularly within Australian rules football, to try to give players and staff every possible chance to prepare as best they can.

We learn about the new Wests Tigers Center of Excellence here.

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Architectus, Arup, ANZ Breathe + cancer devices are the main winners of the Australian Good Design Awards 2022

Recognizing and rewarding excellence in cutting-edge design and groundbreaking innovation since 1958, the prestigious annual Australian Good Design Awards program this year brought together the creative and design community for the first time since the start of the pandemic to an official ceremony at the Sydney International Convention Centre.

Find the full list of winners here.

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