Hot Modernism: building modern Queensland 1945–75

Disciplines, Public Places, Stories

Hot Modernism: building modern Queensland 1945–75

Hot Modernism: building modern Queensland 1945–75 is the State Library of Queensland’s latest major exhibition and events program unearthing the stories

Disciplines, Public Places, Stories

An Alternative Approach to Volume Housing

To design a house with environmental sensitivity in a typical green-fill subdivision? Introducing the ‘Crossroad Concept’. In essence, the idea

Disciplines, Public Places, Stories

Spaces of Engagement: Memorials

RMIT’s Quentin Stevens has undertaken significant research into memorial design, looking at the way the public engages with memorials, the

Disciplines, Public Places, Stories

The Smaller Home is the Greener Home

Houses are getting bigger and bigger, further out of reach financially and there are less of us per house than ever

Disciplines, Public Places, Stories

Taira Nishizawa’s X-ray Architecture

The body of work produced by Taira Nishizawa Architects exemplifies the nuanced complexity of contemporary Japanese architectural culture. Japan is

Disciplines, Public Places, Stories

Human Centred Architecture: House as Home

The architectural design process should be human centred. As human centred designers, we (Surroundings) put people at the centre of our