The review of the exhibitions and public programs of the nma has recommended dramatic changes to the garden of australian dreams. Michael keniger confronts the panel’s “emaciated design vision”.
HUMAN SCALE IN ARCHITECTURE GEORGE MOLNAR’S SYDNEYJo Holder, Robert Freestone and Joan Kerr. Craftsman House, 2003. $66.Reading this compilation of Molnar’s life work is a …
INTERNATIONAL The competition-winning entry by PTW Architects for the National Aquatic Centre, Beijing. The competition-winning entry by PTW Architects for the National Aquatic Centre, Beijing. …
NEW SOUTH WALES 01 NSW 02 NSW 03 NSW 04 NSW 05 NSW 06 NSW 07 NSW 08 NSW 09 NSW 10 11 NSW 12 NSW 13 NSW 14 NSW 15 NSW 16 NSW 17 NSW 18 NSW Public BuildingsSulman Award—UTS, …
IN 1993, THE Royal Australian Institute of Architects adopted the International Union of Architects Declaration of Interdependence for a Sustainable Future. By adopting the declaration, …
MEMORY AND INTERPRETATIONThis issue of Architecture Australia gathers together a range of work under the theme memory and interpretation. It presents two broad kinds of …
How do we simultaneously memorialize and interpret past trauma? sandra kaji-o’grady reviews the competition entries for the west gate bridge memorial park.
Peter tonkin and janet laurence contemplate the potential of the contemporary monument in a world fascinated with memorializing.
The australian war memorial in london, by tonkin zulaikha greer and janet laurence, weaves personal and official memory together in a poignant claim for tolerance and inclusion.
A series of slender blades embedded in the landscape, denton corker marshall’s stonehenge
The dramatic form and refined detailing of scottsdale’s forest ecocentre, by morris-nunn and associates, makes a considered contribution to the ongoing debates around sustainability.
Installations within the first pump station on western australia’s golden pipeline treats the existing building as the ground for interpreting the history of the goldfields water scheme.
How might architecture interpret cultural identity? Shaneen Fantin explores the complexities.
The undercroft development at the Shrine of Remembrance is a skillful response to the need to remember the dead while avoiding the dangers of glorification.
Gall and medek’s shelter for the lark quarry dinosaur trackways draws on the industrial heritage of outback queensland to create a machine for conserving and interpreting.
Sue Phillips explores the complexities of tourism and what it is to be local.
By both challenging and reinforcing picturesque modes of viewing, Donaldson + Warn’s latest walkway gives visitors new ways to engage with Perth’s oldest park.