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Architecture Australia, July 2003

Architecture Australia, July 2003

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Jul 2003

Foreword

IF EVER WE needed a reminder of why we became architects, and why we continue to fight our way through the emotional, professional and economic …

Reflection
Archive | 1 Jul 2003

Reflection

IT IS WITH GREAT sadness that we record the passing of Peter Johnson, architect and educator, who died on 8 May this year. (A tribute …

Obituary: Peter - Richard Norman Johnson
Archive | Jennifer Taylor | 1 Jul 2003

Obituary: Peter - Richard Norman Johnson

Educator, practitioner, connoisseur, and much more. Jennifer Taylor recalls the charms, the commitments and the many entwined lives of Peter Johnson.

Obituary: Barry Patten
Archive | Neil Clerehan | 1 Jul 2003

Obituary: Barry Patten

Neil Clerehan recalls the full life of Barry Patten, one of our most successful corporate architects.

Obituary: David Moore
Archive | Anthony Browell | 1 Jul 2003

Obituary: David Moore

Anthony Browell remembers David Moore, one of Australia’s most significant photographers.

Features

Public works
Archive | 1 Jul 2003

Public works

Donaldson + warn’s new senior campus at mindarie builds on western australia’s tradition of fine public works to develop a school which advances the architecture of education.

Docklands update
Archive | 1 Jul 2003

Docklands update

The first public spaces at melbourne’s docklands are now accessible. Scott drake overviews the precinct, while eli giannini draws on her own experience with the site to comment on its complex history and possible futures.

Zigzag cabin
Archive | Brett Boardman | 1 Jul 2003

Zigzag cabin

Perched on a steep slope in the NSW bush, Drew Heath’s zigzag cabin is an escape from, and challenge to, urban convenience.

A small brutalist castle
Archive | Naomi Stead | 1 Jul 2003

A small brutalist castle

Peter Tonkin and Ellen Woolley’s tough yet refined house for themselves opens up debate about the relationship between art and architecture.

Urbanity and the campus
Archive | Sheona Thomson and Antony Moulis | 1 Jul 2003

Urbanity and the campus

GPN3, by Peddle Thorp + Donovan Hill, is an accomplished building which seeks to have significant urban effects on the St Lucia campus of the University of Queensland.

Shelter
Archive | Graham Crist | 1 Jul 2003

Shelter

Harmer Architecture’s latest mausoleum is a small, subtle shelter on the edge of Mildura.

Radar

Headlines
Archive | 1 Jul 2003

Headlines

INTERNATIONALBAU International’s winning competition entry for Sustainable Village for the Zhejiang Province Electrical Power Company in Ninghai, China.Ashkan Mostaghim and Theodora Alana Kioussis’s shortlisted entry …

Installation
Archive | 1 Jul 2003

Installation

Construction drawings 02 - jonathan dady’s latest installation uses the idea of drawing to negotiate between art, architecture and the public realm. Review by justine clark.

Projects
Archive | 1 Jul 2003

Projects

TRACES OF BUSANBlack Kosloff Knott’s entry to Korea’s Busan Tower Complex ideas competition celebrates the diversity of the city – spiritual, physical and abstract. The …

Awards
Archive | 1 Jul 2003

Awards

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Books
Archive | 1 Jul 2003

Books

BY-PRODUCT-TOKYO Nigel Bertram, Shane Murray, Marika Neustupny. RMIT University Press, 2003. $27.50. By-Product-Tokyo is an outcome of a research project instigated by Shane Murray, lead …