Designed by government architect Hillson Beasley in the Federation Free Medieval style, the Perth Technical School is a three-level red-b
The Parmelia Hilton Perth was built by Lord Alastair McAlpine and opened in 1968.
Bishops See Gardens represents an historic location for the social and cultural development of Western Australia. Located on the corner
Only in Perth’s vibrant West End will you find the historic St George’s House near Kings Park and the Barracks Arch.
Occupying one of the city’s most visible intersections The First Church of Christ Scientist, Perth is an often over-looked architectural
Strategically located on 250 St Georges Terrace, adjacent to Perth's premier business district, QV.1 offers sweeping views over the Swan
London House is one of Perth’s premier office buildings and contains a number of features including an award winning lobby that will be o
From the early 1930’s the site of Central Park has had a rich architectural history and was originally home to the iconic Foy & Gibson. The site was abandoned in the 1970’s and was vacant for a number of years until it was acquired by Central Park Developments.
One of Australia’s largest design practices, HASSELL is a leading architecture, interiors, landscape and planning studio with more than 8
Constructed between 1975 and 1978, the purpose built Telstra Exchange Building remains WA’s tallest and largest telecommunications exchan
The first showroom of it's kind in WA, Brickworks Design Studio at 67 King Street provides an intricately designed space to help select f
Post- studio does architecture. Stairs Gallery does art. Spacemarket (a co-tenant) stretches across both.
Shop, eat, drink and get your mutton chops trimmed - not many places offer such a diversity of experience.
One of Perth’s most influential new commercial developments, this five star Green Star building is a superb example of sustainable develo
Cameron Chisholm Nicol is an Australian leader in integrated architectural, urban and interior design.
Recognised as a distinctive landmark defining the Perth skyline, 108 St Georges Terrace is a unique property playing an important role in
The iconic building we know today as 108 St Georges Terrace faced an uncertain future in the early 1980’s to become Perth’s tallest build
During Open House Perth come and experience daily practices of the Geyer studio, engaging designers in inspired discussions on design for
Originally operating as Moana Café and acknowledged in 1912 as “the finest building of its kind in the Commonwealth” (architecturally), t
Spacecubed is WA's largest coworking space and hub for the entrepreneurial community of Perth, offering creative working space, mentoring, events and a network of likeminded 'do-ers' to support WA entrepreneurs and innovators who want to get their ideas off the ground.
Founded in 1894, the Karrakatta Club is a private club for women with interests in art, business, literature, music, science and social c
Officially opened in December 2000, the Bell Tower is a purpose built 82.5m high copper and glass campanile designed to house 12 bells do
Founded in 1868, with the current clubhouse built in 1905, the WA Rowing Club is the last remaining rowing club on the Swan River foresho
The Perth Concert Hall is renowned as one of the finest acoustic venues in the southern hemisphere, hosting legendary performers includin
The Duxton Hotel stands at the previous site of the Christian Brothers College, an independent school for boys established in January 189
The District Court of WA sits on the site previously home to St George’s Hall theatre (1870).
Built in the Federation and Free Style, the Curtin Graduate School of Business offers an interesting glimpse into Perth City’s history.
Founded in 1895, the Art Gallery of Western Australia comprises three heritage buildings within the Perth Cultural Centre.
The Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) is a longstanding organisation supporting the development and presentation of contemporary
Originally the site of the Old Gaol, the WA Museum first opened in 1891 housing just the Geological Museum.
Currently in its fourth year since opening, the State Theatre Centre presents a diverse range of contemporary performing arts.
At 27 years, Gotham Studios is Western Australia’s longest running artist-run initiative currently housing 13 visual artists, arts writer
The Perth City Link is one of Western Australia’s most important public infrastructure projects. Changing the face of Perth's CBD the project includes the sinking of the Wellington Street bus station and the Fremantle railway line from the Horseshoe Bridge as far as King & Lake Streets.
Paper Mountain is a Perth based artist run initiative with a gallery, creative co-working space (The Common Room) and studios, located in
Beau Est Mien Prints and Design is a printmaking studio and design shop dedicated to the joy of creating.
Built in 1890, the heritage listed Federation Romanesque style building is currently home to Gramercy Studios, a software development stu
Jeffrey Howlett and Don Bailey’s 13 storey modernist block, originally opened in 1963, was set for demolition by the early 1990s. After
Dating back to the days of European settlement upon the Swan River when water transport was the colony’s main method of travel Barrack St
"Exploring Future Cities with the AUDRC"
A civic building in the Federation Academic Classical and Stripped Classical styles, Parliament House was officially opened in 1904 to co
Kings Park Education is a facility and home base for educational programs run by the Botanic Parks and Gardens Authority.
The Bali Memorial was commissioned in honour of the victims of the terrorist bombing in Bali and those individuals and institutions that
The Walkway is carefully located to enable visitors a range of experiences within the Botanic Garden and to highlight WA's native flora a
St Denis Catholic Church in Joondana was designed by Ernest Rossen and is perhaps one of WA’s most interesting modernist buildings. Insp
Chindarsi Architects is one of Western Australia’s most sought after residential architectural practices. Chindarsi Residence is located
Home of award winning architect Jonathan Lake Architects the Lake House is an exceptional home on a small site in North Perth.
This handmade transformation of a small unit, located within a sixties block of flats in North Perth, sought to revitalise the interior i
CASA31 is result of five years of renovation combining an historic 1930s home with a modern extension. The architects have cleverly reta
Studio Bomba is a co-operative space nestled in amongst the houses of a Leederville neighbourhood.
Blending the past with the present, this old corner shop-house has been reimagined as a vibrant family home meets working studio.
On a site surrounded by shops, cafes and pubs, Apartment House occupies the South side of the block making the most of the winter sun and
The Creative Arts House is like being at your cool best friend’s house, the space is open and warm, with interesting details and quirky f
The Rialto Terrace Apartments consist of a former 1920's clothing factory that has been modernised for the 21st century.
'La Petite Galerie, a micro gallery offering studio space for emerging artists, is housed within the Building for Diversity project by CO
ANZAC Cottage was built in one day on February 12,1916 by the community of Mount Hawthorn as a home for a returned wounded soldier and hi
Home to WA’s premier ballet company, the West Australian Ballet Centre is located on the historic site of the former blind institute in M
Set on a small block, this efficiently designed steel and timber framed project by Mountford Architects was developed in response to the
Built over the former East Perth Locomotive Depot, the Public Transport Centre is one of Perth’s best examples of Brutalist style archite
Ever wondered who/ what changes the green light to red?
Originally located in Adelaide Terrace, construction of ABC Perth’s new home in East Perth was completed in 2005. The new building achie
The Urban Coe-Op is open source City-making at its best.
Forming part of a complex of buildings (that include St Columba's Church (1937), Presbytery (1938), St Columba’s Catholic Primary School
Heritage House, Gallery + Cultural Centre was built in 1904 for the South Perth Road Board. This Federation Free Style building has stro
The Mends Street Jetty has aesthetic, historic, social and representative cultural heritage significance.
Built in 1899, is representative of the development of Mechanics’ Institutes in Western Australia from the mid-nineteenth century, and is
The South Perth Bowling Club was founded in 1916 on the present site in Mends Street, with one green and a small weatherboard clubhouse.
Get a VIRTUAL glimpse of the new City of Perth Library designed by Kerry Hill Architects will be a vibrant community hub.
It is the first major civic building built by the City of Perth since the Perth Concert Hall over 40 years ago, and aims to bring vibrancy, community engagement and culture into the Perth City Centre
The Paddington Street project involved the renovation of a 100 year old cottage in North Perth. Sited east west, the narrow home and small scale rooms needed light, space and access for a growing family.
The Psaros Lifestyle Centre showcases a number of Psaros apartment projects in one location. It has been called the Lifestyle Centre as it reflects the Psaros ethos - not just building apartments, but creating lifestyles. It has been designed so people have the convenience of not having to travel to numerous locations to find their perfect property and is ideally located within walking distance of the Perth CBD.