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.

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 …

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.

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.