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Architecture Australia, July 2000

Architecture Australia, July 2000

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Jul 2000

Letters and Fixes

AUSTRALIA 200026 August-2 SeptemberUniversity of Canberra-30 Years-Making the Difference. A week of public celebrations acknowledging the contributions of UC and CCAE graduates to the community …

Archive | 1 Jul 2000

Obituary

 Vale: Richard Butterworth LFRAIA; Al Arb A - Architect, Arbitrator and RAIA Gold Medallist 1986For thirty years, from the late 1950s, Richard Butterworth played an …

Archive | 1 Jul 2000

Foreword

The recent interim findings of the Productivity Commission inquiry have swept over the architectural profession like yet another ‘the end is nigh’ premonition. Certainly the …

Features

Archive | 1 Jul 2000

Logic and Language

 Top left Central corridor with air-conditioning in the walls and ducting in the curved ceiling panels. Second from top One of the upstairs lobbies, paved …

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Essential Clarity

The Design King studio in Sydney has produced another accomplished coastal house, influenced by Louis Kahn and vintage gems of the Sydney bush school.Photography by …

Archive | 1 Jul 2000

Civic Superiority

Delivering the third new office tower at Sydney’s King and George Street intersection, Denton Corker Marshall soars above heritage complexities with cool, discriminating authority.Photography by …

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Terminal Velocity

 Plan 1 Baggage Makeup 2 Hire Car 3 Breezeway/Café 4 Check-in Counters 5 Check-in Hall 6 Bar/Kiosk 7 Lobby 8 Departures Hall 9 Outbound Immigration …

Archive | 1 Jul 2000

Sublime Camping

Entrepreneurial architect Ken Latona’s latest eco-trekking lodge, at the Bay of Fires in Tasmania, is his finest production yet. Straddling the crest of a hill, …

New Salvation
Archive | Doug Evans | 1 Jul 2000

New Salvation

Stepping aside from residences intricately crafted on high budgets, John Wardle’s Melbourne office has lately finished a new public service project: economical revisions to a Salvation Army hostel for homeless men.

Radar

Archive | 1 Jul 2000

Books

 Noting new books at Architext PETER STUTCHBURYPhilip Drew with Richard Leplastrier, Philip Goad and Neilson Warren. Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall. Pesaro Architectural Monographs, $54.95. Spread …

Archive | 1 Jul 2000

Expo 2000

 described these extravagant late 19th and early 20th century spectacles as “places of pilgrimage to the commodity fetish”. They were also important opportunities for nations …

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Regulation

 Regulation or deregulation – an outline of the state of play.An active and vigorous response has greeted the Productivity Commission’s Draft Report entitled Review of …

Headlines
Archive | 1 Jul 2000

Headlines

Scanning the nation for architectural news and noteworthy nuances.

Archive | 1 Jul 2000

RAIA State Awards

The first instalment of the RAIA state awards, leading to the nationals in Canberra on 17th November.

Archive | 1 Jul 2000

Students

The 2000 RAIA & BHP Colorbond® Steel Student Biennale lets the next generation show their potential. The jury makes three awards.