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Architecture Australia, September 1998

Architecture Australia, September 1998

Architecture Australia

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


Archive | 1 Sep 1998


   Architecture is addictive. Ask anyone who experiences the high of going beyond the expected and discovering new answers, with new opportunities. Pushed beyond your …

Archive | 1 Sep 1998

Melbourne Docklands

   Negotiating Melbourne’s DocklandsTesting ‘non-prescriptive’ systems of major development procurement, the Authority is juggling diverse and ambitious schemes to extend the city west to the …

Archive | 1 Sep 1998


Controlling the likely future of Walsh Bay is an invisible network… scarily comprising seemingly reasonable people –;Feiko Bouman, Sydney SYDNEY’S ROTATING CARTEL  This is not …


Archive | 1 Sep 1998


BEYOND ARCHITECTURE: MARION MAHONY AND WALTER BURLEY GRIFFIN: AMERICA AUSTRALIA INDIAEdited by Anne Watson, Powerhouse Publishing, $40. When forces of darkness destroyed the Griffins’ Pyrmont …

Archive | 1 Sep 1998

State Awards

RAIA results, leading up to the National announcements at the Cairns Convention on October 3.

Archive | 1 Sep 1998


Scanning the nation for architectural news and noteworthy nuances. AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Activist Jack Kershaw is leading a community group to move theNational Museum away from Acton Peninsula, …


Archive | 1 Sep 1998

Straight Arrow

With forests of electricity pylons and a twisted blade roof, Stutchbury & Pape establish a powerful landscape and architecture presence for the Sydney Olympics Archery …

Archive | 1 Sep 1998

Street Credentials

Recognising the student-attracting value of a spunky mainstreet cultural presence, the University of Melbourne has called in Nonda Katsalidis to compose a new image for …

Archive | 1 Sep 1998

The Garden Shed

Brisbane’s Rex Addison returns to his childhood home to build a personal studio with plain materials and exhilarating geometries: revealing significant creative advances. Photography Patrick …

Archive | 1 Sep 1998

Paradise Limited

  Paradise LimitedDespite difficulties with the planning envelope and program, Burley Katon Halliday deliver a glamorous six-pack apartment block to a prime site on Sydney’s waterfront. …

Archive | 1 Sep 1998

Air and Rhythm

  Air and Rhythm Brisbane architects Brit Andresen and Peter O’Gorman string three pavilions along a lush suburban gully to craft a breezy, battened house which …

Archive | Michael Tawa | 1 Sep 1998

Weaving Around

Circular buildings and meandering paths define spaces added to Sydney’s Tranby Aboriginal Centre by Julie Cracknell and Peter Lonergan with the NSW government’s Merrima design unit.