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Architecture Australia, May 2005

Architecture Australia, May 2005

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 May 2005

Foreword

THE STRUCTURE OF OUR PROFESSIONAS WE CELEBRATE the 75th anniversary of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects, it is timely to reflect on the changes …

Archive | 1 May 2005

Reflection

PUBLIC RELATIONSI HAVE ALWAYS been cranky about those architects who see publishing in Architecture Australia only in terms of PR, architects who treat me as …

Essay
Archive | 1 May 2005

Essay

The piety of rust
Thoughts on australian place-making

Archive | 1 May 2005

Letters

IN DEFENCE OF SULMANIn reference to “James Birrell in conversation with John Macarthur” (Architecture Australia, vol 94 no 2 March/April 2005), James Birrell’s statements about …

Radar

Landscape
Archive | 1 May 2005

Landscape

Constructing the national landscape

Exhibition
Archive | 1 May 2005

Exhibition

The studio of jørn utzon creating the opera house

Projects
Archive | 1 May 2005

Projects

AWMDenton Corker Marshall are working on their third building at the Australian War Memorial Complex. Following the Administration Building of 1988 and ANZAC Hall of …

Film
Archive | Stephen Ward | 1 May 2005

Film

Film and architecture

Books
Archive | 1 May 2005

Books

TONKIN ZULAIKHA GREER ARCHITECTS Essays by Geoffrey London, Adrian Dannatt, Peter Tonkin and Peter Emmett. Edited by Patrick Bingham-Hall. Pesaro Publishing, 2005. $55. The latest …

Headlines
Archive | 1 May 2005

Headlines

INTERNATIONAL Tim Griffith won a commendation in the European Prize of Architectural Photography • Architects Albert Mo and Andrew Maynard were among the seventeen Australian …

Features

Canopy apartments
Archive | 1 May 2005

Canopy apartments

Drawing on the tradition of the paddington terrace, alex popov associates’ latest apartment project provides a model for high-quality medium-density urban developments.

Darkness and noise
Archive | 1 May 2005

Darkness and noise

Slotted into the base of the westin hotel, a series of tenancies by six degrees animate melbourne’s city square with a highly active facade, while also asserting interior depth.

Mccormick centre
Archive | 1 May 2005

Mccormick centre

The outcome of years of informal experiment, phillips/pilkington’s mccormick centre for the environment is a considered exploration of architecture, sustainability and regional identity.

Archetypal addison
Archive | 1 May 2005

Archetypal addison

Celebrating everyday life under folding, flowing roofs, rex addison’s two most recent houses demonstrate the ongoing evolution of long-term themes and strategies.

Brisbane Magistrates Court
Archive | Antony Moulis and Sheona Thomson | 1 May 2005

Brisbane Magistrates Court

Cox Rayner and Ainsley Bell + Murchison’s magistrates court explores a process-based approach to the integration of art and architecture.