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Architecture Australia, January 2003

Architecture Australia, January 2003

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Foreword

Lifting architecture to a level of national pride and national importance is the challenge facing the profession and the RAIA over the next few years. …

Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Letters

AWARDS PROCESSThe workings of the 2002 National Awards Jury, as explained by chair Ed Haysom in the last issue (AA November/December 2002), leave a lot …

A. S. Hook Address
Archive | Brit Andresen | 1 Jan 2003

A. S. Hook Address

Brit Andresen, the RAIA’s 2002 Gold Medallist, outlines the ideas that drove her practice, teaching and research partnership with Peter O’Gorman.

Features

Arts and Iconicity
Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Arts and Iconicity

The dramatic forms of the malthouse development, by wood marsh, provide a new home and a new image for three arts institutions. Review by sandra kaji-o’grady.

Pattern and Event
Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Pattern and Event

Jones coulter young’s latest building for curtin continues to develop the campus palette while exploring the university as a site of urbanity and sociability. Review by lee stickells.

Oceanic Pool
Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Oceanic Pool

The latest incarnation of the andrew (boy) charlton pool, by lippmann associates, celebrates sydney’s culture of sun, body and landscape. Gevork hartoonian does three laps.

Design Centre – Tasmania
Archive | Rory Spence | 1 Jan 2003

Design Centre – Tasmania

Launceston’s new ‘living room’, by David Travalia, Richard Leplastrier and team, is set to become the centre of the city’s cultural and intellectual life.

Foliage
Archive | Graham Crist | 1 Jan 2003

Foliage

Lyons’ new Botany Wing at the University of Melbourne is a dense, four-sided material debate that optimistically brings the lessons of the suburbs to the centre.

Radar

Headlines
Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Headlines

InternationalLigare Lunette, highly commended in the ar+d Emerging Architecture Awards.Sean Godsell Associates’ Peninsula House, winner in the ar+d Emerging Architecture Awards. Photo Earl Carter. “C:Drive”, …

Preview
Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Preview

Federation square the p’s and q’s of a major project

Biennale
Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Biennale

What next?

Community
Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Community

Bocce pavilion

Urbanity
Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Urbanity

Diversity and the west

Projects
Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Projects

Warragamba DamLahz Nimmo Architects and landscape architects Spackman + Mossop have formed a joint venture, LNSM, for the Warragamba Dam Master Plan, Visitor Information Centre …

Books
Archive | 1 Jan 2003

Books

De-placing difference: architecture, culture and imaginative geographyEdited by Samer Akkach. Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture, The University of Adelaide, 2002, $45.This serious, scholarly …

Event
Archive | Justine Clark and Peter Myers | 1 Jan 2003

Event

Justine Clark reflects on last year’s symposium, and Peter Myers makes a riposte against the theme.