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Architecture Australia, July 2005

Architecture Australia, July 2005

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Foreword

Building connections

Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Reflection

ONE OF THE MOST common complaints about architectural magazines is that buildings are always published just-finished in all their gleaming newness – pictured before clients …

Exchanges
Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Exchanges

Exchanges

Archive | James Birrell | 1 Jul 2005

Letters

Birrell on Sulman

Radar

Awards
Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Awards

THE FIRST INSTALMENT OF THE RAIA STATE AWARDS IN THE LEAD UP TO THE NATIONALS IN SYDNEY ON 27 OCTOBERNEW SOUTH WALES0102030405060708091011121314151617181920Public BuildingsSulman Award—New Head …

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Exhibition

A place for the people

Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Sustain

Sustaining edg(e)

Revisited
Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Revisited

Australian embassy, beijing

Books
Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Books

ROOM 4.1.3 INNOVATIONS IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURERichard Weller. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005. $95.This is an impressive publication. Beautifully put together, it records an impressive body …

Obituary
Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Obituary

Vale neville gruzman

Obituary
Archive | Keith Neighbour | 1 Jul 2005

Obituary

An important early Australian modernist, Jack McConnell was an RAIA Gold Medallist, Institute president and winner of many awards.

Obituary
Archive | Don Bailey | 1 Jul 2005

Obituary

An Institution Vale Ronald Andrew Gilling, 1917–2005

Headlines
Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Headlines

INTERNATIONAL Lee & Kerry’s winning entry in the international ideas competition for the central Kakolanmäki hill site, Finland. Images from the portfolio which won Brett …

Features

Horse play
Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Horse play

The commitment to form. A small house by andrew wilson explores complex relationships between image, figure and experience, and the potential of contemporary country life.

Serenity bears no signature
Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Serenity bears no signature

Chenchow little’s szirtes residence uses the apparent banality of council negotiations to generate a productive cycle of improvisation and response. The result is a house of understated, ephemeral richness.

Building 8
Archive | 1 Jul 2005

Building 8

Between box hill’s commercial crust and its quieter domestic streets, building 8 by spowers helps brand box hill tafe while also inviting connections to both environments.

Studied informality
Archive | Paula Whitman | 1 Jul 2005

Studied informality

Rigorously pragmatic and joyously playful, the noosa arts and environmental tourism centre, by project services, skilfully sets the scene for a new tafe campus.

Craigieburn bypass
Archive | Leon van Schaik | 1 Jul 2005

Craigieburn bypass

This bold new freeway work, by taylor cullity lethlean, tonkin zulaikha greer and robert owen, demonstrates vicroads’ commitment to high quality design, and continues the extension of melbourne’s vibrant design culture into the city’s periphery.