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Architecture Australia, March 2003

Architecture Australia, March 2003

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Mar 2003

Letters

OutrageA multi-storey building has been put up anonymously in the heart of Adelaide. It is quite obviously one of the most clumsy and unresolved installations …

Archive | 1 Mar 2003

Foreword

Firestorms%br% The recent firestorms which ravaged Canberra left an extraordinary ashen imprint 530 houses totally destroyed and a further 1000 partially damaged. With only 70% …

Features

Gold medallist
Archive | 1 Mar 2003

Gold medallist

RAIA Gold Medallist 2003 Peter Corrigan: life through architecture

Federation square
Archive | 27 Jun 2012

Federation square

Melbourne’s most significant set of new public buildings and spaces is now open. Four critics – John Macarthur, Graham Crist, Gevork Hartoonian and Zara Stanhope – approach the project from four directions.

Sky garden
Archive | Katrina Simon | 1 Mar 2003

Sky garden

Poignant and provocative, Sky Garden reconfigures the materials and techniques of the traditional memorial to create a project which is at once familiar and unusual. Katrina Simon reviews the Pentagon Memorial proposal by Room 4.1.3 and collaborators, one of six short-listed in the international competition.

Radar

Books
Archive | 1 Mar 2003

Books

The culture driven workplace: Using your company’s knowledge to design the officeDavid Week. RAIA Education Division, 2002. $38.50.David Week’s book, published by the RAIA and …

Projects
Archive | 1 Mar 2003

Projects

Craigieburn BypassTaylor Cullity Lethlean, with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer and artist Robert Owen, have won the competition to design Melbourne’s northern gateway – part of the …

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Mar 2003

Exhibition

A series of photographs by skeet booth and damian brinley records the worn, torn fabric of the much-loved bondi icebergs club. Review by naomi stead.

Urbanity
Archive | 1 Mar 2003

Urbanity

Gevork hartoonian review the exhibited plans to rebuild new york’s ground zero.

Headlines
Archive | 1 Mar 2003

Headlines

InternationalTroppo Architect’s competition winning design for two buildings at Tel Aviv University.Troppo Architects have won an international competition for the Porter School of Environmental Studies …

Landscape
Archive | Julian Raxworthy | 1 Mar 2003

Landscape

Catherin bull has just published the first overview of australian landscape architecture. Julian raxworthy reviews the volume and suggests further research directions to build on this work.