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NewsNews • 28 Oct 2021

Deakin Law School Building by Woods Bagot conceived as a campus lighthouse

The new Deakin Law School Building in Melbourne by Woods Bagot is described by principal Sarah Ball as ‘intentionally non-institutional and as a ‘campus lighthouse.’  Peter Bennetts The five-level building includes flexible, active learning spaces in a move away from the traditional lecture theatre typology. Technology bars, group pods and individual spaces for connection or private study offer both a sense of formality and informality. The building’s arresting geometry derives from the mix of non-traditional learning spaces contained within.In support of student health and wellbeing, two levels of the building are entirely designated as places for student retreat and contemplation on campus. A Wellness Ga... More

Product • By ALPOLIC® | Metal Composites MaterialsALPOLIC PIGMENTO Series Finishes


The textured aspect of zinc shows through the color just as the grain of wood is visible through coats of stain. ALPOLIC® MCM is proud to partner with VMZinc® to offer our new PIGMENTO® zinc composite material. Using modern pigment technology to showcase the naturally grained texture of QUARTZ-ZINC®, the result is a revolutionary new look in elegant tones. PIGMENTO® is not a painted finish, which makes the surface color practically maintenance free. The color is created by adding mineral pigments to a durable protective coating, creating beautifully organic hues like red, blue, brown, orange and grey.   The subtilty of the depts of the pigment is unsurpassed by any building material available. SURFACE TREATMENT... More

Project • By Neumann Monson ArchitectsApartments


As real estate costs and rents escalate and urban density increases, the micro-unit is an increasingly appealing solution. Renters benefit from access to public transit, proximity to employment, and 20% to 30% lower rental and utility costs.    The 41’x95’, 7-floor-tall building occupies a constrained downtown site left by the burning of a much-loved historic house. The original, salvaged front doors memorialize the main entry.   Above ground floor retail, 36 micro-units cater to young professionals and graduate students. One-bedroom units (474-sf) bookend each level’s single-loaded corridor. Between them, studio units (284-sf) maximize usable space with a compact kitchen and bathroom, built-in storage,... More

Project • By Pollard ArchitectsPrivate Houses

CS Residence

The CS Residence is four-bedroom house with three car garage and a bike workshop in the garage. The clients’, avid bikers and software owners, had purchase a site from when they were married and sat on it for many years, thinking of what they could build. Pollard Architects were chosen for a prominent list of architects, because of our level of design and unique approach to their site and program. The residence resides at the base of Mt. Olympus, a prominent iconic mountain cliff in the Salt Lake City Valley, in Olympus Cove. The site is on the end of a dead-end street on the down hill side facing north west towards the city. The views to Mt. Olympus and the views to the valley and the city beyond were enriched by the specific layout o... More

Project • By OB Architecture LtdPrivate Houses

Holm Place

Holm Place is a new dwelling in the rural village of South Warnborough, Hampshire, UK. Planning permission was granted in August 2014, and the project was completed in July 2017.The 0.12 hectares site is located in the upper garden of Manor Court, a 17th century Grade II listed building which is situated in the South Warnborough Conservation Area.The design of the house aims to build a successful relationship with the listed building, utilising materials and forms that are reflective of the scale and proportion of the site. The sensitive siting of the design together with an exemplary architectural response sought to enhance the character of the area.Manor Court is surrounded by a generous garden which itself is bounded by protected mature... More

Project • By OB Architecture LtdPrivate Houses


We were given the kind of brief most young aspiring practices dream of: to design a contemporary house in a wonderful location overlooking the sea. The twist here was that the house had to be highly accessible whilst avoiding the ‘institutionalised’ feel that many homes for people with impaired mobility occasionally suffer from. The site presented us with a few challenges. First of all, it was set between 2 traditional, low lying thatched cottages identified as being of architectural significance. Secondly, the views out to sea were only achievable at first floor level, and thirdly, the front, less-private side to the plot faced south meaning there would be a conflict between the road and the proposed garden that would front onto it.... More