Peter Clarke is a Melbourne-based architectural photographer working with architectural practices, designers, advertising agencies and industry.
An established photographer with over twenty years’ experience. His work successfully combines his passion for photography, architecture and design, and regularly appears in many Australian and international journals and architectural publications.
His unique graphic style has seen his work extend into many other industries including construction, mining and aviation.
Intergrain finishes have been used to outstanding effect in this handcrafted, timber-clad interior by Bates Smart, designed as a compelling yet tranquil workplace for an architectural physicist.
Four new halls of residence, by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects, McBride Charles Ryan, and Hayball and Richard Middleton Architects, are shaping the urban environment of the Clayton campus and fostering a sense of community.
Australia’s population rose to 24 million in February 2016. How can research, policy and good design keep pace with this growing demand for housing? Leading architects, researchers and policymakers gathered at the Housing Futures symposium in Sydney in July to discuss the future of housing.
A series of case studies at the 2016 Housing Futures forum will examine successful Australian and New Zealand housing models, from student halls of residence and multigenerational living to compact alternatives to the quarter-acre block.