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Architecture Australia, January 2004

Architecture Australia, January 2004

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Foreword

THE YEAR OF the Built Environment 2004 (YBE) is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for architects and architecture to put up or shut up. This sentiment may …

Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Reflection

ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF ARCHITECTURE IN AUSTRALIAFLICKING BACK THROUGH one hundred years of Institute journals gives an extraordinary sense of both the familiar and the …

One hundred years of discourse
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

One hundred years of discourse

Architecture australia begins this year’s centenary celebrations with an overview of the magazine’s history. Philip goad reflects on the challenges and realities of recording australian architecture.

Letters
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Letters

REVIEWING THE GARDEN OF AUSTRALIAN DREAMSThe last case of a garden being censored was in 1620 in Heidelberg. There, the hortus palatinus designed by Salomon …

Features

Small building, large building
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Small building, large building

Small building, large building

Somers ‘shed’
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Somers ‘shed’

Somers ‘shed’

Watering sydney
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Watering sydney

Watering sydney

‘A simple gesture across a piece of land’
Archive | John Macarthur | 1 Jan 2004

‘A simple gesture across a piece of land’

Simplicity, beauty and site are all positioned as complex, unstable things in the house at Lake Connewarre, by Kerstin Thompson Architects.

Landscape, the fabric of architecture
Archive | Gevork Hartoonian | 1 Jan 2004

Landscape, the fabric of architecture

Moving between the monumental and the vernacular, FJMT’s new complex for Edith Cowan University’s Joondalup Campus negotiates the ground between landscape and community.

Radar

Rejudged
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Rejudged

Judging architecture

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Exhibition

Sound and light humour

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Exhibition

Watching the animals

Projects
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Projects

CUSTOMS HOUSELacoste + Stevenson, together with PTW Architects and Tanner Associates, are undertaking the refurbishment and renovation of the Customs House at Circular Quay. The …

Books
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Books

ACCLIMATISATION: ARCHITECTURE AT THE TOP END OF AUSTRALIADavid Bridgman. Royal Australian Institute of Architects, 2003. $38.50.Having just returned to living in the tropics of north …

Essay
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Essay

Aboriginal housing has the state of the art improved?

Headlines
Archive | 1 Jan 2004

Headlines

INTERNATIONAL Australian War Memorial, London, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer and Janet Laurence. At a Rememberance Day dedication service, the Queen and Prime Minister John Howard unveiled …