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Perth Arena by ARM and Cameron Chisholm Nicol.

Perth Arena by ARM and Cameron Chisholm Nicol. Image: John Gollings and Greg Hocking

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Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law by Architectus in association with Guymer Bailey Architects, and RMIT Design Hub by Sean Godsell Architects in association with Peddle Thorp Architects.

Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law by Architectus in association with Guymer Bailey Architects, and RMIT Design Hub by Sean Godsell Architects in association with Peddle Thorp Architects. Image: John Gollings and Earl Carter

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Fairhaven Residence by John Wardle Architects.

Fairhaven Residence by John Wardle Architects. Image: Trevor Mein

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Hamer Hall by ARM Architecture.

Hamer Hall by ARM Architecture. Image: John Gollings

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Australia House by Andrew Burns Architect in association with Atelier Imamu.

Australia House by Andrew Burns Architect in association with Atelier Imamu. Image: Brett Boardman

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Architecture Australia November/December 2013.

This issue of Architecture Australia celebrates the 2013 National Architecture Awards. One of the most interesting things about this year’s winning projects is their sheer diversity, the broad scope of architecture that they represent. Featuring all shapes, sizes and budgets, the National Awards set the standard for architecture in Australia.

Included in the Dossier is an essay from 2013 Gold Medallist Peter Wilson reflecting on the themes explored in his A. S. Hook Address, Annabelle Pegrum previews the shortlisted proposals for the 2014 Venice Biennale creative directorship, and Robert Grace reviews the award-winning Finding Country exhibition at the 2012 Venice Biennale.

Cameron Bruhn, editorial director, Architecture Australia

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