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Architecture Australia, November 2000

Architecture Australia, November 2000

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

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Letters and Fixes

SYDNEY BUNGALOW DEFINEDThe use of types may seem like mere semantics to some, but when a clear misnomer occurs, it calls for some honest redefinition …

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Obituary

SIR LESLIE MARTIN 1908-2000Professor Sir Leslie Martin, MA, PhD, FRIBA, who, along with Cobden Parkes, Eero Saarinen and fellow Mancunian Harry lngham Ashworth, chose Jorn …

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Foreword

During the recent Olympic Games in Sydney, I had the privilege of spending some time at the Homebush venue. I was with a group of …

Features

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Commendation for Urban Design

DESCRIPTIONThis commission involves providing the basic urban infrastructure for the new development in Melbourne of 220 hectares of land around the river and Docklands. This …

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Commendation for Public Buildings

DESCRIPTIONThe new building for RMIT’s Faculty of Art, Design and Communication explores the expressive characteristics of academic activity and the industrial processes of the printing …

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ESD & EED Award

DESCRIPTIONThe Institute of Languages comprises twenty-six classrooms, seminar spaces and associated amenities. From the project outset the architects sought to reinvestigate the typical classroom model …

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Colorbond Award for Use of Steel Commendation for Public Buildings

DESCRIPTIONThe NSW Tennis Centre is the venue for the Olympic tennis and subsequently will be the headquarters of Tennis NSW. The major tennis championship in …

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International Award

DESCRIPTIONThe Westpac Trust Stadium is a purpose-built, 34,500 spectator sports and entertainment stadium located in Wellington. The stadium is designed to accommodate both oval-shaped and …

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President’s Award for Recycled Buildings

DESCRIPTIONA 1903 derelict warehouse has been converted to a residence above and office below. The existing building and location (and budget) were the main prompts …

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Interior Award

DESCRIPTIONThis family home has been extended forward from its original site between three massive elm trees. The new spaces have been elevated as interlocking platforms …

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Walter Burley Griffin Award for Urban Design

DESCRIPTIONRMIT’s City Campus is undergoing a metamorphosis, an urban transformation which sheds its fortress image and opens it up to the city. The Urban Spaces …

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Architecture - The Future

Architecture - the Future FAST-PACED TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE, LOW-COST INTERNATIONAL PROVIDERS AND CHANGING PROCUREMENT METHODS ALL PRESENT SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES TO THE PROFESSION. SO WHERE DO WE …

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Piano in Sydney

"I propose, then, that the building will open up, play with the light, the view, the sun, the breezes, the wind; that it might have …

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Commendation for EED & ESD

DESCRIPTIONThe original Prairie Hotel at Parachilna - constructed from stone and corrugated iron - has been modified to provide four suites, refurbished, and extended with …

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Commendation for EED & ESD

DESCRIPTIONSited at the entrance to the Royal Darwin Hospital, the Childcare Centre looks out over the spacious grounds of the hospital. In the distance a …

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Commercial Commendation

DESCRIPTIONThe "sustainable sheds for tourism" project is located in an area with a high level of nature conservation value, that is also of significance to …

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Commendation for Housing

DESCRIPTIONThe residence is situated on a densely timbered, sloping 3,000 square metre hill block overlooking the Kalamunda National Park. The building is located toward the …

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RAIA Awards 2000

of projects now taking environmental issues as key motivating factors - a university building, childcare facilities at Darwin Hospital, an hotel in rural South Australia …

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Robin Boyd Award for Housing

Robin Boyd Award for Housing – Emery Residence by Denton Corker Marshall

Special Jury Award
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Special Jury Award

Apartments at Newington (Precinct 3) by HPA Architects, Planners and Interior Designers with Bruce Eeles and Associates and Vote Associates

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Commendation for Housing

Carter/Tucker House by Sean Godsell Architects

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Commendation for Housing

Reeves House by Stutchbury and Pape, Peter Stutchbury and Sue Harper in association.

Commercial Award
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Commercial Award

363 George Street by Denton Corker Marshall

Special Jury Award for International Practice
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Special Jury Award for International Practice

Wohnpark Neue Donah by Harry Seidler & Associates

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Commendation for Housing

St Lucia house by Peter Skinner and Elizabeth Watson Brown

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Sir Zelman Cowen Award for Public Buildings

The Scientia, UNSW by MGT Architects

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Commendation for EED & ESD

Olympic Lighting Towers by Tonkin Zulaikha

Lachlan Macquarie Award for Conservation
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Lachlan Macquarie Award for Conservation

St Stephen’s Chapel by Robin Gibson & Partners

Radar

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Books

FREDERICK ROMBERG: THE ARCHITECTURE OF MIGRATION 1938-1975 Editor Harriet Edquist. RMIT University Press, $34.95.Frederick Romberg - described by Conrad Harmann as one of the most …

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Headlines

FMSA Architects’ winning design for Melbourne’s Federation Arch.associate at Hayball Leonard Stent >> The Hanover Design Competition will pair architects with developers in an attempt …

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Projects

WASHINGTON: SUN WALL Innovarchi’s entry for the US Department of Energy’s Sun Wall Competition, left, focused on improving the aesthetic qualities of photovoltaic (PV) arrays, …