Architecture Australia, March 2000

Architecture Australia, March 2000

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Mar 2000

Letters and Fixes

 AUSTRALIA 20006-8 April, NewcastleSchool of Architecture, Newcastle Reunion 2000. Contact: Bob Donaldson. Ph: 02 4921 5787. Fax: 02 4921 6913. Email: arrjd@cc.newcastle.edu URL: http://www.newcastle.edu.au/ department/ar/reunion/18-21 …

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Architecture’s Future

 Architecture’s Future affecting not just security systems but basic building design (including open space design). There will be a presently unknowable but fundamentally different technology …

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Foreword

 In approaching the end of my presidency I am tempted to reflect, but I will look forward, and offer some challenges I predict that as …

Features

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Almost Absence

 Almost Absence Top left The main bedroom at the front of the original cottage, seen from the second bedroom. Top right The footbridge linking the …

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Deeply Superficial

With additions to the Box Hill Institute, Lyons continues experimenting with optical manoeuvres, topographic patterns, monumental scale and the potentials of surfaces. Photography by Trevor …

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Ground and Sky

 Ground & Sky Above right North elevation, looking east. Above left Looking north-west from the entry drive, with the guest pavilion at left. Below The …

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Scanning the Cosmos

 Scanning the Cosmos Top Looking east across the forecourt with Scienceworks at right and the Flinders Street Railway Station clocktower at left (borrowed to join …

Archive | Peter Myers | 1 Mar 2000

Knockabout Walkabout

In outback NSW, a cheap and portable house system has been prototyped by Sydney architect Peter Myers.

Archive | Michael Keniger | 1 Mar 2000

Clare Design in Government

Two years ago, Lindsay and Kerry Clare abandoned their small office on the Sunshine Coast to enter the turmoil of Sydney’s development politics, as contract design directors for the NSW Government Architect. Now, as they move back to private practice (remaining in Sydney), Queensland Government Architect Michael Keniger reviews their public schemes and the unusual experiment.

Radar

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History

 John Horbury Hunt‘s rejected 1880s schemes for the Art Gallery of New South Wales are on view in its library until April 21. Archivist Stephen …

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Recycling

 Top right A skybridge apartment at the Colgate Palmolive development at Balmain. Bottom right Siljvol Zone at Sydney Mansions in Surry Hills. Below left Exterior …

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Leisure

 Right Market tents, designed by Hassell, in the showring. Bottom The Hoyts cinema complex by Lend Lease Design with Gensler.Tonkin Zulaikha Architects were responsible for …

Projects
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Projects

NEW YORK: TIMES SQUARE TKTS2K Two Sydney architects at Hassell, John Choi and Tai Ropiha, have won from around 700 entrants a New York City …

Headlines
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Headlines

Scanning the nation for architectural news and noteworthy nuances.

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Exhibition

What is a light house? Various Australian versions are displayed in Professor Antony Radford’s Light/House exhibition at the Adelaide Arts Festival – including some with concrete slabs and substantial masonry walls.

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Books

Noting new books at Architext