On June 30th, the Sydney Monorail will cease operation, begging the question: What will become of the infrastructure?
A slice of Sydney’s network of cycleways continues to grow, branching, meandering and extending throughout the city and beyond. When I first arrived in Sydney in October of 2010, construction was underway.
Manhattan has a river that clearly defines its edge. Paris has a highway, the Périphérique, which can be considered the division of city and suburb. Sydney itself is massive; one of the largest cities in its land size with over 300 suburbs.
Fragments of this past scattered throughout the city are reminders of the convict roots of a new nation. Once a continent-sized prison, it's today what many people think of, thanks to its civil liberties and live-and-let-live social attitudes-one of the most free places on earth.
Thousands attend University of Technology Sydney School of Architecture's final review exhibited outdoors all over Sydney.
You might not think of Sydney as a jungle, but the city comes with bats, spiders, lizards, snakes, bizarre insects and an exotic array of bird species.
Sydney is packed with art festivals for summer: Sculpture by the Sea, Vivid Sydney and Outpost Young Artists Project on Cockatoo Island.
Besides walking, driving and cycling, buses are a common mode of public transportation here. Sydney does have train and ferry systems however given the city's sprawling suburban nature...
A look at what Sydney and Melbourne are doing with their forgotten spaces: the "laneways" between buildings.
A photographic tour of one of the most prolific architects in Sydney, Harry Seidler