Ross’s photography career has spanned everything from fashion to fine arts. Early work in minimalist street photography for streetware advertising led to his current interest in photographing architecture. He began his career in London, shooting for glossies Honey, Vogue and Tatler, then moved to Paris where he contributed to fashion magazines Glamour and Elle. Since returning to Australia, he has shot for Vogue, and brands LG, G-Star and Mooks.
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Memorializing the tectonics of tunnels, bridges and nineteenth-century suburban train stations, this red-brick, big-box building in inner-city suburban Sydney is a rich form of infrastructure architecture that represents an investment in workers and in the area’s rapidly changing urban fabric.
When a family friend bought a property in southern New South Wales, Penny Collins and Huw Turner, of Collins and Turner, jumped at the chance to design. Here, Penny and Huw reflect on their first house together, a pristine object in the landscape.
The distinct yet complementary methods of CO-AP Architects principals Tina Engelen and Will Fung are united in the work by the practice, bridging design generations to make a marked contribution to Australian architecture.
German-born, classically trained hotel manager Timo Bures doesn’t believe in hotels as “homes away from home.”
For people of faith, religious buildings are tangible places in which to contemplate a transcendent being. Ursula de Jong examines how universal ideas of divinity, togetherness and worship are expressed in historic and contemporary architecture.