Brett Boardman is a commercial photographer with a degree in architecture from the University of Sydney and is a key collaborator for Terroir. He graduated from Architecture at the University of Sydney and had a stunningly short career. Unable to escape architecture, he now spends all of his time photographing it.
A play on levels, roof planes and uncommon craftsmanship, this 1970s house by Allen Jack and Cottier – long kept somewhat secret – is a thrilling exemplar of the organic modernism of the Sydney School.
A garden pavilion designed by Christopher Polly Architect provides a striking counterpoint to a 1960s brick bungalow, subverting the physical and conceptual limitations of an “unapologetically suburban” setting.
With the onset of new technology, expanded living arrangements, procurement models and financial structure, Alysia Bennett assesses the options for citizens living 3.0 lifestyles in cities designed for a 1.0 world.