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 …

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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 …


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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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. …

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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.


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 …

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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, …