Architecture Australia, July 1996

Architecture Australia, July 1996

Architecture Australia

Provocative, informative and engaging discussion of the best built works and the issues and events that matter.


Archive | 1 Jul 1996


In a world where architecture struggles to make headlines and the importance of the built environment to our future has yet to be appreciated by …

Archive | 1 Jul 1996


Temperature Check of GraduatesLike most statistics, the recently much-publicised Graduate Career Council of Australia’s 1995 Course Experience Questionaire (CEQ) results should not be taken at …

Archive | Kim Dovey | 1 Jul 1996

Architecture for the Aborigines

The representation of Aboriginality in architecture is on the political agenda.


Archive | 1 Jul 1996

Magill Estate

VIP tasting cellar in the basement of the old Spirit Bond Building.The restaurant seen from the north; the base is bluestone.Restaurant interior with Fritz Hansen …

Archive | 1 Jul 1996

Cotton Tree Housing

South (street) elevation of the public housing.North (rear) elevations of the public blocks.Private housing unit (north facade) with one of the retained paperbacks.Typical ground floor …

Archive | 1 Jul 1996

Dynamic Energy

Looking north to the master bedroom (a double volume) with the living zones at right and bedrooms at left.Looking north from the croquet lawn to …

Archive | 1 Jul 1996

Flight Dock

Front (west) facade from the car park.Shopping level and atrium.Ground floor entry foyer and escalators.Detail of the column and roof structure.More photos can be found …

Archive | Michael Keniger | 1 Jul 1996

Isa Oasis

Graham Davis and Helen Josephson deliver an enigmatic interpretive centre to the outback, celebrating Mount Isa’s ancient Riversleigh fossils.


Archive | 1 Jul 1996


What’s been happening? Check this bulletin of newsInternationalCurrent status of Ian Athfield’s organism on a Wellington headland.Glenn Murcutt was jury chair for a recent international …

Archive | 1 Jul 1996


Practice on the NetBy David WeekArchitecture is an industry of small groups. Some 80 percent of architects work in practices employing five people or less. …

Archive | 1 Jul 1996


Edward Suzuki: Buildings and ProjectsIntroductory essay by Philip Drew. Published by Editions Axel Menges; distributed by Bookwise, hardback, $155.Review by Masaaki NakadaAustralian critic Philip Drew …

Archive | 1 Jul 1996


Is New Urbanism the Answer to the City of the Future?Debate hosted by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) on a trend in urban …

Archive | 1 Jul 1996


In the last few months, the profession has lost six notable architects; they’re remembered here.Milo Kanangra Dunphy 1929-1996 Architect Milo Dunphy was renowned not for …

Archive | 1 Jul 1996


Brisbane: University of Queensland Setting an example for large firms to venture with younger architects, Cox Rayner, Bud Brannigan and Innovarchi have won a limited …