Architecture Australia, January 2001Architecture Australia
Provocative, informative and engaging discussion of the best built works and the issues and events that matter.
Brisbane’s winding riverbank is home to two new and very different theatre and gallery complexes.
Denton Corker Marshall skilfully negotiate the complexities of the contemporary museum.
Sheltering the shipwrecked Pandora, the shining parasol roof of the Museum of Tropical Queensland alludes to many things – sails, scale-clad skeletons, upturned boat hulls.
With an entirely new interior – a zen den, a beach and a table you walk on – plus a refurbished exterior, Campus MLC is a very stylish workplace for Generation X.
For a few days in october last year daniel libeskind hit melbourne: exhibition openings, press conferences, a sold-out public talk, newspaper articles, television and radio interviews. Architecture had a captivating and articulate spokesperson. Here is peter corrigan’s ruminations on the visit and karen burns’ interview with libeskind.
It doesn’t seem that long ago that I was preparing to take on the challenge of the national presidency. Only one year ago we were …
IT, IFC, FTP, IAI, Project Webs, Alliance Structures, 3D Models. So many new acronyms, so much new jargon. What does it all mean and where might it take us? Andrew Gutteridge outlines the vocabulary of new information technologies.
“There are some avaricious architects, but there are many more unprincipled developers who will milk the system to the full.” - John Duncan.
Noting new books at Architext.
Watching TV and capturing the moment. Patrick Bingham-Hall and John Gollings were commissioned by the OCA to photograph the Olympics in process. Here is their post-occupancy evaluation.
One world famous architect, three exhibitions, two institutions and a dealergallery. Museums, Jewish projects, drawn works. Justine Clark finds her waythrough Lineage: The Architecture of Daniel Libeskind.
Beyond petroleum. Paula Whitman drives up to BP’s new travel centres.
Artful parody, understated design, Australian cosmopolitanism – new genres are emerging in Australian landscape architecture. Helen Armstrong reports from last year’s AILA Awards.
Melbourne: Curtain Wall Image: John Gollings Redevelopment work continues at RMIT, with Stage 2 of the Urban Spaces Project now underway. Peter Elliott collaborated with …
Scanning the nation for architectural news and nuances.
Shot gun marriages produce new Ideas for the City. Dimity Reed reports.