75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE RAIATHE YEAR 2005 marks the 75th anniversary of the incorporation of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects as the national organization …
MORE FARRELLY PLEASEDoancha just love Elizabeth Farrelly’s articles (“Elegant Sheddery”, Architecture Australia vol 94 no 1, Jan/Feb 2005). They absolutely hurtle along. Just as you’re …
Sombre but not heavy, ordered yet irregular, harmer architecture’s latest mausoleum provides a significant space in which to remember and house the dead.
Something from almost nothing. Two projects by m3architecture explore the architectural potential of apparently banal materials and programmes.
Fluid, lush and hairy, undulantamuses and discomforts. Alice hampson and sebastian di mauro’s permanent installation transforms the non-place of the waiting room into an engaging aesthetic experience.
1+2 architecture’s new facilities for the tasmanian town of richmond negotiate a complex context – historic, pragmatic and conceptual – with contemporary restraint and sensitivity.
Expressive yet pragmatic, Paul Morgan Architects’ Sound Studio for RMIT’s Spatial Information Architecture laboratory explores acoustic insulation and rejoices in anthropomorphism and sci-fi imagery.
Architect, planner, author, the ‘slightly non-saintly’ James Birrell is this year’s RAIA Gold Medallist. Jim talks with John MacArthur while friends and colleagues recall the man, his work and his influence.
Cosmopolitan urbanism heads north. Resort tourist, rainforest feral, gold coast glamour and backpacker chill – the spectacularly redeveloped cairns esplanade has it all.
With a clear commitment to the quality of the public realm, Bernard Seeber Architects have inserted an elegant, modest pavilion into the chaos of the Fremantle Leisure Centre.
INTERNATIONALLeon van Schaik is guest curator for the Australian section of the Mare Nostrom exhibition at the Rotterdam Architecture Biennale. Exhibiting architects are Donovan Hill, …
FLUID CITYTRANSFORMING MELBOURNE’S URBAN WATERFRONTKim Dovey with co-authored chapters by Leonie Sandercock, Quentin Stevens, Ian Woodcock and Stephen Wood. UNSW Press, 2004. $59.95.This book is …
Darwin city waterfront
The works in Ian Friend’s recent exhibition respond to romantic ideals of archtiecture and the work of Giuseppe Terragni.
School of Law. UNSW NORTH MALL DEVELOPMENT ZONE UNSW is undergoing further redevelopment. The North Mall Development Zone, at the Anzac Parade end of the …