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Architecture Australia, May 2000

Architecture Australia, May 2000

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 May 2000

Letters and Fixes

AUSTRALIA 200026-28 June, SydneyAssociation of Architecture Schools of Australasia (AASA) 2000 Conference: Architectural Education for the 21st Century. Contact: Professor Gary Moore. Ph 02 9351 …

Archive | 1 May 2000

Foreword

I am writing my first column to you in a hotel room in New Zealand after attending the general assembly session of the Commonwealth Association …

Features

Archive | 1 May 2000

Australia Offshore

For the first decade in our history, a large number of Australians are building architecture and practices around the world. Here’s an incomplete survey of …

Archive | 1 May 2000

Flashback: Raymond McGrath in Britain

 Raymond McGrath, who left Sydney in 1926 for a career in Britain, is remembered (when he is remembered) as a superb water-colourist and a champion …

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Recycling in Prague

  Top left Pivoting mirror door from an apartment hall to bedrooms and bathrooms. Top right Glass bridge across void in the ground floor of …

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Los Angeles Dingbat

In Santa Monica, expatriate Melburnians Hank Koning and Julie Eizenberg have designed and developed an ecology-sensitive commercial and residential loft building, now partly occupied by …

Archive | 1 May 2000

Singapore Cricket

  Below left and right Two views of the players’ change rooms.

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On the Ruhr

Melbourne University alumnus Peter Wilson and his German partner Julia Bolles run one of Europe’s leading practices. Here’s how their Münster office handled stifling budgets …

London Dining
Archive | Daniel Gruszewski | 1 May 2000

London Dining

Melburnian Robert Grace – now living in France and Britain and flying to Sydney to supervise significant houses – has finished three new restaurants in London.

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Flashback: John Andrews in America

Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra are destroying his brutalist monuments but John Andrews’ achievements still bring honour to Australia in the United States and Canada, writes architectural historian and author, Philip Drew.

Radar

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Headlines

Right Nation Fender Katsalidis’ winning World Tower proposal for Sydney, illustrated by Bozig Design. Below Darling Island wharf apartments, designed by Lacoste-Stevenson with Jackson-Dyke for …

Archive | 1 May 2000

Books

 Noting new books at Architext GRIFFINS IN AUSTRALIA AND INDIA: THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WALTER BURLEY GRIFFIN AND MARION MAHONY GRIFFINTHE Edited by Jeff Turnbull …

Archive | 1 May 2000

Projects

 SYDNEY: TIED TO TIDEPublic artists Jennifer Turpin and Michaelie Crawford have completed another of their dynamic water works; the Tied to Tide installation on the …

Archive | Philip Goad | 1 May 2000

Urbanity

Is Melbourne’s Federation Square project destined to parallel the disappointments of the Sydney Opera House? With a major deletion from the scheme after a change of state government, comparisons are inevitable. Philip Goad reports on a tense situation.