David Neustein is a director of Other Architects, a collaborative practice based in Sydney. David teaches within the Masters of Architecture program at the University of Technology, Sydney, tackling diverse topics such as landscape infrastructure, temporary installations, neoclassicism and professional practice. A prolific contributor to the design debates, David publishes articles in professional journals and mainstream media, and is the architecture critic of The Monthly. In 2012 he was awarded the biennial Adrian Ashton Prize for Architectural Journalism from the Australian Institute of Architects (NSW Chapter).
With care for Country a critical aspect of its design, the krakani lumi standing camp is Taylor and Hinds Architects’ poetic and evocative interpretation of the traditional shelters built by Tasmania’s Aboriginal people.
Dissolving the distinction between inside and out, architecture and landscape, Rose House 2 in Melbourne’s Fitzroy North builds on Baracco and Wright Architects’ well-established, reparative approach to site, context and ecology.