The development of wood as strong as steel has spawned a new breed of timber towers to revolutionise the way we live in cities.
Traditional ochre markings that adorned Eora men in the late 1700s have inspired Brenda L Croft’s ‘Sea of Hands’ installation at Barangaroo Headland.
A building doesn't become 'iconic' just because it is big and wants to stand out; it has to resonate more broadly with the public, writes Peter Mould.
The designer responsible for overseeing Central Barangaroo’s master planning process, American Philip Enquist, will deliver a public address on designing sustainable cities this week.
Members of the public are often treated as irritants and voyeurs to political processes when the development and acquisition of public land is discussed, writes Mark Rolfe.
Designs from UNSW interior architecture students could form the heart of the proposed cultural centre under the Barangaroo headland.