Architecture Australia, September 2004

Architecture Australia, September 2004

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Foreword

WHEN YOU GRADUATED in architecture, were you able to predict who among your colleagues would be the future leaders of our profession? Were there those …

Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Reflection

WHAT HAPPENED TO THEORY?THIS ISSUE OF Architecture Australia includes interviews with three of architecture’s most significant theorists – Kenneth Frampton, Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley. …

Centenary
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Centenary

AA 1904–2004 HOMEGAMEHomegame is a limited edition of 40 prints. Hand-coloured, they measure 300 x 385 mm. Prints can be purchased from Rex Addison for …

The editors
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

The editors

What were the aims and intentions of the editors of Architecture Australia and its predecessors?How did they position the magazine? How did they represent Australian …

Obituary
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Obituary

Vale hugh buhrich

Frampton, Colomina, Wigley

Three of architecture’s most significant theorists – Kenneth Frampton, Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley – visited Sydney recently. They spoke to three of Australia’s best young architectural thinkers

Features

Towering transparency
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Towering transparency

Lyons’ latest exploration of skin and surface is the billowing, ultra-transparent curtain wall of the bhp billiton tower, the first project completed on melbourne’s qv site.

Urbanity in the suburbs
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Urbanity in the suburbs

Taut and compact, the first of tony caro architecture’s works for broughton anglican college skilfully infiltrates the school, lending it a measured yet intimate urbanity.

More than just for living
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

More than just for living

Promoting social interaction and enhancing client confidence, deborah fisher’s residential wings for the kalkadoon aboriginal sobriety house work to support rehabilitation processes.

Academic community
Archive | Conrad Hamann | 1 Sep 2004

Academic community

Gathering griffin details and answering the dome of newman college, edmond and corrigan’s academic centre also comprehensively addresses its complex wider university context.

Radar

Sustain
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Sustain

What are the myths and possibilities of esd? catriona mcleod spoke with john doggart and danielle mccartney during their speaking tour aimed at ‘debunking the myths and mistruths about going green’.

Awards
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Awards

Raia state awards

Books
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Books

CONCRETE POETRYCONCRETE ARCHITECTURE IN AUSTRALIAJoe Rollo, with foreword by Cecil Balmond, Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia, 2004. $125.This beautifully illustrated book juxtaposes thirty-six disparate buildings …

Memory
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Memory

National emergency service memorial

Essay
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Essay

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

Headlines
Archive | 1 Sep 2004

Headlines

INTERNATIONAL One of two images by C3D Interactive selected for publication in Elemental. Styx Valley Protest Shelter, one of the projects Andrew Maynard will exhibit …