Architecture Stories

ArchiTel stories feature project reviews, interviews with the design team, aspects of the construction, and a mini-documentary of the project, from single innovative residential projects to large scale monumental landmarks. Architects and their clients are now invited to submit commercial, residential, heritage, environmentally sound and public projects for feature on the channel. In some cases, sponsors may be sought to meet the costs of production, all project types will be considered.


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January 19, 2020

In this episode of ArchiTel, we bring you the Taronga Institute of Science & learning by NBRS Architecture. We speak with NBRS Director of Design Andrew Duffin and Associate Ewan Saunders.

The vision of the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning (TISL) is to reveal innovative concepts for science, learning and conservation. Creating an interactive, immersive experience, setting Taronga apart from other science and resea...

November 6, 2019

This week on ArchiTel, we bring you the Capitol Theatre refurbishment by Six Degrees Architects. We speak with project architect Tim Rodgers about this beautiful heritage building in Melbourne's CBD.

Originally designed by Marion Mahony Griffin and Walter Burley Griffin in 1924, RMIT University recently reopened the historic cinema that has been repurposed as an education facility for students studying film and digita...

September 11, 2019

This week on ArchiTel, we bring you the d'Arenberg Cube by Chester Osborn. We speak with Chief Winemaker and Cube designer Chester Osborn about this remarkable project set in the beautiful McClaren Vale region.

The idea to build the d'Arenberg Cube came to Chester Osborn in 2003. 
Inspired by the complexities and puzzles of winemaking, Chester created the idea of a cube-shaped building. 

Each of the five levels have...

July 11, 2019

This week on ArchiTel, we bring you the Punchbowl Mosque by Candalepas Associates. We speak with project architect Angelo Candalepas about this incredible project. 

Punchbowl is a densely populated suburb in the southwest of Sydney, which is known locally for its cultural diversity, with migrant communities from many countries, including those within the Islamic faith. The Mosque provides a new hub for the area’s Muslim communi...

April 29, 2019

This week on ArchiTel, we bring you the Monash University Library in Caulfield by John Wardle Architects. We speak with project architect Jasmin Williamson about this award winning project. 

Special thanks to Monash University, Hansen Yuncken and the project's key consultant team members.

A brutalist brick and concrete library is transformed with many careful interventions into a light filled, open structure at the hea...

December 13, 2018

This week on ArchiTel, we bring you the Books House by Luigi Rosselli Architects. We speak with design architect Luigi Rosselli about this beautiful project.

This home was designed following a reading of The Importance of Living by Lin Yutang, which is a must read in order to gain a greater understanding of the dwelling culture in China.

Luigi Rosselli and Kristina Sahlestrom (project architect) have learned much from the Chines...

December 12, 2018

This week on ArchiTel, Ron Brown talks with Jean Graham about winning the Emerging Architect award at the Sustainability Awards 2018 and her architectural practice - Winter Architecture.

Winter Architecture is a collaborative architecture practice located in Fitzroy and Torquay. With projects in Victoria, NSW and Tasmania, they work alongside a range of design professionals within the community to provide each client with...

December 2, 2018

This week on ArchiTel, Jan Henderson talks with Amy Muir (director at Muir Architecture) and Mark Jacques (landscape architect at Openwork) about their winning proposal Doubleground for the NGV 2018 Architecture Commission.

Inspired by key architectural elements of Sir Roy Grounds’s iconic NGV International building, the 2018 NGV Architecture Commission will transform the NGV Garden by literally raising sections of the lan...

November 25, 2018

This week on ArchiTel, Jan Henderson talks with Paul Herzich, the only practicing Aboriginal landscape architect in Australia. We were fortunate to meet Paul at the Melbourne School of Design - University of Melbourne where he was speaking at the Indigenous Design Symposium.

Paul has a passion for the integration of Aboriginal cultures in the landscape and a strong focus on the health and well-being, and represen...

November 18, 2018

This week on ArchiTel, we bring you the Skipping Girl Vinegar Factory by One20 Group. We speak with architect Adrian Light about his amazing reuse, recycle and repurpose project.

Built in 1890, the building was initially a bakery, then it was turned into a vinegar-making factory in 1900, later becoming known as the “Skipping Girl Vinegar” brand.

The project has been designed to be sustainable down to the construction phase, whic...

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