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Architecture Australia, January 2005

Architecture Australia, January 2005

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Forewood

Women as directors?

Reflection
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Reflection

Gender, feminism, architecture

Crossing the molongo
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Crossing the molongo

THE HIGH COURT BECAME A DINING ROOM FOR LAST YEAR’S RAIA AWARDS, WITH COL MADIGAN AS DINNER SPEAKER. WE PRESENT THE TALK, ALONG WITH DRAWINGS …

Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Letters

THEORYIn discussions about theory (AA September/October 2004), statements which would otherwise be thought dubious or false can seem like novel or arresting truths. Mark Wigley …

Obituary
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Obituary

Vale Neville Quarry 1933-2004.

Features

Housing the future
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Housing the future

What futuristic potential to particular materials hold? six architects undertake ambitious physical experiments in concrete, cardboard, glass, timber, steel and clay.

The mint
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

The mint

With the considered layering of existing and new fabric and forms, fjmt have crafted a home for the historic houses trust of new south wales, and a new public space for sydney

Queenscliff centre
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Queenscliff centre

lyons’ 6-star, turf-roofed queenscliff centre takes environmental responsibility to new levels, interacting in complex ways with the surrounding wetlands, dunes and the bay.

Paradise won
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Paradise won

dawson brown’s james-robertson house joins the pittwater harbour dialogue, with massive sandstone walls, corrugated copper and cantilevered glass boxes reaching for the sky.

National @ Docklands
Archive | Scott Drake and Graham Brawn | 1 Jan 2005

National @ Docklands

Bligh Voller Nield’s new HQ for the National Australia Bank puts amenity before status as it bring about workplace change.

Radar

Competition
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Competition

Other small ecologies

Books
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Books

BATES SMART150 YEARS OF AUSTRALIAN ARCHITECTUREPhilip Goad. Thames and Hudson, 2004. $95My first encounter with the work of Bates Smart in architectural discourse was via …

Unbuilt
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Unbuilt

elegant sheddery

Biennale
Archive | Charles Rice | 1 Jan 2005

Biennale

We were virtually there

Headlines
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Headlines

INTERNATIONALLab architecture studio are the architects for the new Museum of Bristol, UK • Ashton Raggatt McDougall has been shortlisted for the Fengxian New Library …

Heritage
Archive | 1 Jan 2005

Heritage

Where to now? The Double Dimension: Heritage and Innovation