This year’s South Australian Architecture Awards were held at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on July 4, where the state’s finest projects received recognition across 13 different categories.
The SAHMRI exhibition The Space Within continues Bridgette Minuzzo’s exploration of new media.
For Liam Mugavin, a love of Japanese design underpins a striking furniture and lighting portfolio that is beginning to receive national attention.
Sydney’s Megan Morton has made her name as one of this country’s mos respected stylists.
The annual SA Architecture Awards have once again recognised the excellence and innovation of the state, with major projects and unique developments alike receiving accolades this evening.
Read the full citation of the 2014 SA Architecture Awards
With the opening of the new Jeffrey Smart Building, the University of South Australia offers its students and staff a world- class facility.
The newest addition to Light Square has already got people talking and, once Palladium on Light, is built it will undoubtedly become one of Adelaide’s most covetable residential addresses.
With the recent opening in Rundle Place of the new Adelaide City Council City Library, Hassell shows off its design for the library of the future.
At the recent Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards ceremony in Hobart Troppo co-founders Phil Harris and Adrian Welke deservedly walked away with the evening’s highest accolade.
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