Karl Fender’s introduction to the March 2011 issue of Architecture Australia.
Departing editor of Architecture Australia Justine Clark’s last editorial.
News stories from the March 2011 issue of Architecture Australia.
Internal organization drives the design of Gehry Partners’ new business school for UTS.
A review of an exhibition curated by Mark Szczerbicki.
Christopher Vernon considers Romaldo Giurgola’s renderings from an exhibition in Parliament House.
Philip Goldswain reflects on a talk by Thom Mayne of Morphosis that took place in Perth.
Antony Di Mase reflects on the potential of lighting and architecture.
How vision and strategy are missing from the Australian Government’s National Urban Policy discussion paper.
This book explores the intersections between architecture, urbanism and a felt reality of destruction and instability.
Kerry Hill Architects’ State Theatre Centre for Perth celebrates transparency, opacity and the urban experience.
Scale Architecture has designed a neat covered outdoor learning area (COLA) at the Australia Street Infants School in Sydney.
Glass walls provide a transparency in the laboratories and consulting rooms of BVN’s new facility at the University of Sydney.
Ashton Raggatt McDougall continues its exploration of the tension between ideas and materiality in RMIT’s Building 22.
Graeme Gunn, Des Smith and David Beynon in conversation, 15 January 2011.