Architecture Australia, May 2001

Architecture Australia, May 2001

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 May 2001

Foreword

I look forward to my term as President of the RAIA for 2001-2002 which commenced on 1 May. The ›› outgoing President, Ed Haysom, gave …

Archive | 1 May 2001

Putting lipstick on the gorilla?

Clare Newton investigates the roles of, and possibilities for, government architects.

Archive | 1 May 2001

Letters

Institute History ›› IPP Ed Haysom’s semi-apology (AA ›› March/April 2001) to David Standen, for ›› getting our Institute history wrong, got that ›› history …

Features

Ribbons of Light
Archive | 1 May 2001

Ribbons of Light

Hassell’s elegant addition to the North Sydney Olympic Pool - from competition winning scheme to shimmering building.

Remote Protoype
Archive | 1 May 2001

Remote Protoype

Paul Memmot reviews the design stage of the Papunya Region Pilot Housing Project - a new initiative in remote Aboriginal housing.

Gradient architectures
Archive | 1 May 2001

Gradient architectures

Mobile, fluid, continuous. For Kerstin Thompson the concept of “gradient architecture” is a way of thinkingand building inbetween. Four current projects demonstrate the possibilities.

Surgery and repair
Archive | 1 May 2001

Surgery and repair

Stuart Niven outlines Adelaide’s plans for the recovery of its public edge.

Building/Wall
Archive | Dr Karen Burns | 1 May 2001

Building/Wall

Two houses by Brearley Middleton differently explore the architectural possibilitiesof the wall.

Radar

Projects
Archive | 1 May 2001

Projects

Current Projects

Delight
Archive | 1 May 2001

Delight

Science and place, technology and making. Philip Goad reports on Roy
Grounds’s bush laboratory.

High Tech
Archive | 1 May 2001

High Tech

A bridge over the Tiber. Ross Ramus looks at urbanism, infrastructure and technology via Robert Watson Architects’ competition design for a pedestrian bridge in Rome.

Urbanity
Archive | 1 May 2001

Urbanity

City as a Stage was the first event in the run up to the 2002 Adelaide Festival, which promises a
particular focus on matters architectural. Judith Brine gives her impressions.

Interior
Archive | 1 May 2001

Interior

Double possibilities. Ruan Xing speculates on Hootan Golestani’s architectural exploration of dentistry and art.

Archive | Naomi Stead | 1 May 2001

Competition

Sydney swimming. Naomi Stead explores design strategies in the Ultimo
Aquatic Centre and Public Space Design Competition entries.

Books
Archive | 1 May 2001

Books

Noting new books at Architext

Archive | 1 May 2001

Headlines

Scanning the nation for architectural news and nuances.

Event
Archive | Paul Walker | 1 May 2001

Event

Charles Jencks visited Australia recently “to report
on the state of contemporary architecture”, and to
visit some of ours. Paul Walker responds.