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Architecture Australia, March 2005

Architecture Australia, March 2005

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Foreword

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 …

Reflection
Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Reflection

Public works

Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Letters

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 …

Features

Gatehouse mausoleum
Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Gatehouse mausoleum

Sombre but not heavy, ordered yet irregular, harmer architecture’s latest mausoleum provides a significant space in which to remember and house the dead.

Minimal means
Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Minimal means

Something from almost nothing. Two projects by m3architecture explore the architectural potential of apparently banal materials and programmes.

Discomforting delight
Archive | Louise Noble | 1 Mar 2005

Discomforting delight

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.

Comfort stop
Archive | Dr Julia Gatley | 1 Mar 2005

Comfort stop

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.

Invasion of the Pods
Archive | Conrad Hamann | 1 Mar 2005

Invasion of the Pods

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.

RAIA Gold Medal
Archive | 1 Mar 2005

RAIA Gold Medal

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.

Tropical urban
Archive | Shaneen Fantin | 1 Mar 2005

Tropical urban

Cosmopolitan urbanism heads north. Resort tourist, rainforest feral, gold coast glamour and backpacker chill – the spectacularly redeveloped cairns esplanade has it all.

Skinny dipping
Archive | Philip Goldswain | 1 Mar 2005

Skinny dipping

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.

Radar

Headlines
Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Headlines

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, …

Books
Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Books

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 …

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Exhibition

Mastering architecture

Urbanity
Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Urbanity

Darwin city waterfront

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Exhibition

The works in Ian Friend’s recent exhibition respond to romantic ideals of archtiecture and the work of Giuseppe Terragni.

Projects
Archive | 1 Mar 2005

Projects

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 …