Endorsed by
Architecture Australia, May 2004

Architecture Australia, May 2004

Architecture Australia

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

Radar

Headlines
Archive | 1 May 2004

Headlines

INTERNATIONALBligh Voller Nield’s design for a new stadium in Venice. Buro and Holt’s design for the 14-storey Moonbeam building in Beijing.Denton Corker Marshall have seven …

Exhibition
Archive | 1 May 2004

Exhibition

Part of the enormous stephenson & turner archive is revealed in a recent exhibition at the state library of victoria. Hannah lewi considers the role of the exhibition and the archive.

Projects
Archive | 1 May 2004

Projects

ANUm3architecture have designed bicycle shelters to sit outside the Australian National University’s Burton and Garran Hall. The proposal promotes cycling by siting the structures at …

Archive | 1 May 2004

Response

Picking up naomi stead’s discussion of criticism, julian raxworthy explores the legacy of reyner banham – one of the twentieth century’s most influential critics – to argue for engaged and ‘interested’ criticism.

Competition
Archive | Philip Drew | 1 May 2004

Competition

University of Sydney campus 2010 competition

Books

Books

DESIGN RESEARCH Peter Downton. RMIT University Press, 2003. $27.50. Is design research? Peter Downton thinks so and in this scholarly and philosophical work he argues …

Event
Archive | Maryam Gusheh | 1 May 2004

Event

Matter and making, pleasure and ethics, architecture and the everyday. Maryam Gusheh reviews two recent symposiums which used the work of keynote speaker Marco Frascari to canvas a range of issues.

Features

Smart uniform
Archive | 1 May 2004

Smart uniform

Bates smart’s new south wales police headquarters at parramatta provides a polished new corporate image for the police and the government.

Into the cauldron
Archive | 1 May 2004

Into the cauldron

Enormous yet intimate, suncorp stadium by hok sport + venue + event, with pdt architects, provides a robust new home for brisbane rugby.

The Ogilvie house
Archive | Jennifer Taylor | 1 May 2004

The Ogilvie house

‘Hugging the earth tightly’, Kerry Hill Architects’ recent Sunshine Coast house presents a rich response to place, while offering an engaging alternative to Queensland traditions.

Antarctic Innovation
Archive | Peter Raisbeck | 1 May 2004

Antarctic Innovation

The new living quarters at the Australian Antarctic Division’s (AAD) Davis Station.

Concrete butterfly
Archive | Tobias Horrocks | 1 May 2004

Concrete butterfly

Carefully framing landscape and views, Inarc’s Studley Park house draws on its context – natural and constructed – while challenging notions of neighbourhood character.

Comment

Archive | 1 May 2004

Foreword

IT IS EASY TO EXTOL the virtues of modern architecture; as professionals we are committed to its conception and delivery every day of our working …

Reflection
Archive | 1 May 2004

Reflection

AA 1904–2004 In the early decades of last century the magazines that would become Architecture Australia brought a wide range of material on fine art, …

Letters
Archive | 1 May 2004

Letters

MORE ON CRITICISMNaomi Stead’s thoughtful piece on architectural criticism generalizes three longstanding complaints about the practice, one of which is that criticism is not sufficiently …

Sydney Opera House
Archive | Cameron Bruhn | 1 May 2004

Sydney Opera House

The Opera House with the proposed colonnade which will house openings to the Western Foyer. Looking along the proposed colonnade. The Western Foyer with new …