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Architecture Australia, July 1999

Architecture Australia, July 1999

Architecture Australia

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

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Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Foreword

There is a tradition within the RAIA that the newly crowned President almost immediately boards a plane for the US to represent the RAIA at …

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Utzon’s Character: Early Catalysts

Utzon’s Character: Early CatalystsAfter three decades of international research, Australian author Philip Drew is ready to publish the first serious analysis of Jørn Utzon’s life …

Features

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Corporate Overhaul

Photography John Gollings, Brett BoardmanRice Daubney has completed an unpopular assignment to update John Andrews’ Sulman Award-winning American Express Tower at King and George Streets, …

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Wagga Central

Photography Patrick Bingham-HallCultural nerves in Wagga Wagga have been both soothed and inflamed by the arrival of a new civic centre, designed by Melbourne’s Garner …

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Social Golf

Photography Grant MudfordHank Koning and Julie Eizenberg, Australian architects in Los Angeles, have produced a colourful practice range to support the film city’s current fascination …

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Visceral Living

Photography Tim GriffithBirth, violence, religion, football, sex and menstruation. Wood Marsh toy with life’s dangerous engagements in a warehouse-to-residence conversion for adventurous Melbourne clients.Above Red-tiled …

Archive | Peter Skinner | 1 Jul 1999

Jungle Rhythms

Rex Addison reveals another marvellous bush pavilion to shelter his family’s rituals and pleasures.

Radar

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Interior

Katie Molnar and James McGrath highlight a new Sydney hair salon with a sinuous wall of illuminated, computer-manipulated and super-enlarged follicles. Andrew Nimmo inspects their …

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Students

The University of Tasmania’s summer timber workshop at Launceston has become a highlight of the national student calendar—and two campus bus shelters emerged from the …

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Headlines

Right UTS’ newly named Peter Johnson Building, designed by Cox Richardson. Scanning the nation for architectural news and noteworthy nuances.NATIONAL Many architects designing public spaces …

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Books

Noting new books at Architext BELL: THE LIFE WORK OF GUILFORD BELL, ARCHITECT 1912-1992Edited by Leon van Schaik, compiled by Ronnen Goren, published by Bookman …

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Heide’s Next Scenario

Left Model of O’Connor + Houle’s winning scheme for the MOMA at Heide/Banksia Park, with the original house at top right.   O’Connor + Houle …

Archive | 1 Jul 1999

Projects

YORKE PENINSULA: WHEAL HUGHES MINE VISITOR CENTRE South Australia’s Copper Coast has a new visitor centre, at Moonta on Yorke Peninsula, designed and built by …