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post updated 7 October 2021

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Australian Architecture Developments

We feature major Australian Building Developments on this page. The focus is on contemporary Australian buildings but information on traditional architecture is also welcome.

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Building Developments in Australia

Building Developments in Australia, chronological:

Kew House, Melbourne, Victoria – 19 Aug 2013
Design: Nic Owen Architects
Kew House - Australian Building Developments
photo : Rhiannon Slatter
The design solution resulted in little change to the overall footprint, consisting of the removal of a late rear extension ‘meals room’ and replacing it with ‘the claw’. Aptly named by the owners the new family-room embraced the sloping land reaching up to the rear raised garden. The claw-roof was conceived to provide solar protection to the north while allowing the winter sun indoors. The claw is surrounded on 3 sides with full height glazing, extending the living environment into the rear landscaped yard.

Dandenong Government Services Offices, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Design: HASSELL
Dandenong GSO Australian Building Developments
photograph : Peter Bennetts
Dandenong GSO – 5 Oct 2012
The Government Services Offices development is one of the key projects of the Revitalising Central Dandenong initiative, a major urban renewal project being led by Places Victoria and the Victorian State Government. Developed and built by Grocon, the challenge of this landmark development was to create a high standard of urban design and quality workplace in this outer-suburban region, and to assist in the rebirth of the precinct as a major mixed-use activity centre.

Florida Beach House, Perth, Western Australia
Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects
Florida Beach Home
photo © Peter Bennetts
Florida Beach House
This is a modern day holiday house only one hour from the capital of Western Australia and surrounded by the sprawling Perth suburbia. We are interested in the past and rapidly disappearing holiday homes that once dominated the nearby landscape, houses that embodied the weekender experience designed with restraint, economy and robustness. This house captures these dying qualities while screening the occupants from the emerging suburban houses and protecting them from the strong winds and storms. A deck is created on each of the cardinal points allowing the occupants to live externally any time of the year.

Australia Building Developments, alphabetical:

Deakin University Building, Melbourne
Woods Bagot
Australian University Building
photo : Peter Bennetts
Australian University Building
Deakin University’s new Burwood Highway Frontage Building is set to be a world-class educational facility that will create a major impression at the entrance of the University. The new building will define a new urban precinct from within the campus and aligns with the University’s aspirations to be a contemporary, friendly and welcoming environment.

The Denton, Melbourne
Omiros One Architecture
The Denton Apartments Melbourne
picture from Omiros One Architecture
The Denton
The front building has been designed to function like a propylaeum, with filtered views of a ‘secret garden’ through a mesh of arched gateways. Facades are tiered back to ensure privacy and maximum daylight penetration into the courtyard.

The Dome House, Hawthorn, Adelaide
McBride Charles Ryan
Dome House
photograph © John Gollings
The Dome House
This project is a home in Hawthorn designed to accommodate at the various stages of its life, a family, a single person, and a single person with large visiting family. The design concept of this home was to take a perfect shape, the copper sphere, and to remove parts.

Energex Headquarters, Brisbane
Cox Rayner / BVN Architecture
Energex Headquarters Brisbane
photo : Christopher Frederick Jones
Energex Headquarters

Falvey House, Warburton, Victoria
BKK Architects
Falvey House
photo : Shannon McGrath
Falvey House

form apartments, Zetland, Sydney
Turner + Associates ; Bolles + Wilson
form apartments Australian Building Developments
picture from T+A
Australian Apartment building

Goods Shed North, Melbourne, Victoria
BVN Architecture / Elenberg Fraser
Goods Shed Melbourne Australian Building Developments
image © Digital Fx
Goods Shed Melbourne

Gooseberry Hill house, West Australia
Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects
Gooseberry Hill house
photo © Shannon McGrath
Gooseberry Hill house

Griffiths House, Jervis Bay, NSW
BVN Architecture
HMAS Creswell Griffiths House
image from architect
HMAS Creswell Building

Harley Davidson, Lane Cove, Sydney
Tony Owen NDM
Harley Davidson Australia Building Developments
picture from architects
Australian office architecture

Highgate Hill Residence, Brisbane
Richard Kirk Architect
Highgate Hill Residence
image from architect
Highgate Hill Residence

Innocent Bystander Winery, Yarra Valley
Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects
Innocent Bystander Winery Australia
photo © Peter Bennetts
Innocent Bystander Winery

Ivy Venue, Sydney
Woods Bagot with Hecker Phelan Guthrie
Ivy Sydney Australian Building Developments
image from architect
Ivy Sydney

The Ivy, Brisbane
BVN Architecture
The Ivy Brisbane
photo : Christopher Frederick Jones
The Ivy Brisbane

Kangaroo Valley House, NSW
Turner + Associates
Kangaroo Valley House
photograph © Brett Boardman
Australian house

Kingston Foreshore, Canberra, ACT
PTW Architects
Kingston Foreshore Australian Building Developments
picture from PTW
Kingston Foreshore

Knoll Maleny Residence
Blueprint Architects Pty Ltd
Knoll Maleny Residence
photo © Aperture Architectural Photography
Knoll Maleny Residence

Leongatha Learning Centre, Victoria
Paul Morgan Architects
Leongatha Learning Centre Australian Building Developments
picture from PMA
Leongatha Learning Centre

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Proposed Australian Buildings

Grollo Tower, Melbourne
560m high

The Wave – tower, Queensland
2007
DBI Design

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