Timothy Moore is a project director at Right Angle Studio. Previously, Timothy was the editor of Architecture Australia, and the managing editor at Volume magazine in Amsterdam, a creation between Rem Koolhaas’s OMA, Columbia University and Archis. Before moving to Amsterdam, Timothy worked as a graduate architect in Berlin for SMAQ architects. He also holds a combined degree in Arts/Economics with majors in Cultural Studies and Economics with minors in Creative Writing, Indonesian and Japanese. Timothy has written for a variety of publications, including Pin-Up magazine, An Architektur, Architecture Review Australia, and Al Manakh.
Swimming is central to Australian identity, whether at the beach, in a river or a backyard pool or creek. Timothy Moore considers a growing trend of individual and organisational interests leading Australian community pool construction proposals.
The arrival of a flock of look-alike cafes is often synonymous with urban renewal. Have cafes become merely “a market-driven solution to achieve an active street front in Australian cities”?