Architecture Australia, July 2004

Architecture Australia, July 2004

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Foreword

WHEN I TOOK over as the 65th National President of the RAIA on 27 May this year, I gave an outline of the key issues …

Reflection
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Reflection

AA 1904–2004 In the mid 1970s Architecture in Australia ran an occasional series ‘The Photographers’. Richard Stringer was the first photographer featured, in December 1974 …

Centenary
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Centenary

NOMADISM – MENHIRS – CITY – DADA – SURREALISM – SITUATIONISTS – POROSITY – PARASITISM. PSYCHIC AUTOMATISM, PSYCHOGEOGRAPHY AND DIRECT INTERVENTION IN THE CITY. THE …

Obituary
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Obituary

Vale rory spence

Interview
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Interview

Foster and partners come to the antipodes

Photography and architecture
Archive | Adrian Boddy | 1 Jul 2004

Photography and architecture

Photography and architecture 100 years of picturing australian buildings.

Features

Sweet whiteness
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Sweet whiteness

Richard kirk architect’s sophisticated new premises for the cutting edge post-production company is an elegant and thorough solution to a complex brief, site and experience.

Spirituality and landscape
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Spirituality and landscape

The chapel for the australian centre for christianity and culture, by bligh voller nield, explores contemporary spirituality by drawing a connection to the land.

Compare and contrast
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Compare and contrast

The adaptive reuse of an ultimo warehouse by woods bagot takes ‘contrast’ to the extreme. The result is a new project in which preservation and intervention are interdependent.

Grafts and crafts
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Grafts and crafts

Taking its metaphors from viticulture, john wardle architects’ richly detailed vineyard house is the latest in a long tradition of distinguished houses on the mornington peninsula.

Hugh Buhrich’s house
Archive | Elizabeth Farrelly | 1 Jul 2004

Hugh Buhrich’s house

The late Hugh Buhrich talks about the legendary house he designed and built for his family in the late sixties.

Radar

Competition
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Competition

Mobsta a celebration of cities

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Exhibition

The architect’s universe

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Exhibition

Space and image inside hill end

Books
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Books

HASSELL POETIC PRAGMATISMRobert Powell and Patrick Bingham-Hall. Pesaro Publishing, 2003. $50. In its engaging coverage of one of Australia’s most prominent corporate practices, this book …

Essay
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Essay

Architectural feasts or professional fausts? a double perspective on the bargains of globalization

Headlines
Archive | 1 Jul 2004

Headlines

International Hayball Leonard Stent’s 3 Spaces project in Beijing. Bligh Voller Nield have been shortlisted in an international design competition to redevelop the Noumea Airport …