The merger of two of Adelaide’s most well respected architecture practices, Grieve Gillett and Dimitty Andersen Architects, signals a dynamic business partnership.
The much-anticipated Festival of Architecture and Design launches as an annual event this October, promising a program of events and activities targeted at the wider community.
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.
Read the full citation of the 2014 SA Architecture Awards
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.
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.
The Light Gallery at the Centre for Creative Photography showcases the work of five Adelaide-based architectural photographers in a new exhibition.
A sense of artistry characterises the highly anticipated renovation of Magill Estate restaurant by Pascale Gomes-McNabb, one of the country’s most exciting interior architects.
The Dulux Study Tour offers five of the country’s emerging architectural talents the opportunity to travel the globe for 11 unforgettable days. Adelaide-based Sean Humphries was one of this year’s…
With new Fringe venue The Depot, architect Steve Grieve continues his three-decade career of combining two loves – the arts and architecture.
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