Architecture Australia, November 2005

Architecture Australia, November 2005

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

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Foreword

BRAVOCONGRATULATIONS TO THE RAIA’S 2005 National Architecture Award winners and commendation recipients, featured throughout this awards issue of Architecture Australia. This year’s winning projects, as …

Hybrid vigour
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Hybrid vigour

How might architecture and art critically engage each other?
Naomi stead considers the work of richard goodwin.

Silhouette, tactility, chiaroscuro
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Silhouette, tactility, chiaroscuro

Dispelling myths and planning the future: the architecture – planning interface.
James birrell, the 2005 raia gold medal recipient, presents his a. S. Hook address.

Features

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Judging the 2005 raia architecture awards

Judging the
2005 raia national architecture awards

Sir zelman cowen award for public buildings
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Sir zelman cowen award for public buildings

JURY CITATIONThe Australian War Memorial is dedicated to the men and women who fought for Australia in theatres of war. The existing War Memorial building …

Robin boyd award for residential buildings
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Robin boyd award for residential buildings

JURY CITATIONA remarkable relationship between client and architect has produced a house that has the intensity and strength of a spiritual place. The house celebrates …

Lachlan macquarie award for heritage
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Lachlan macquarie award for heritage

JURY CITATIONThe Mint is of exceptional cultural significance. It contains one of the oldest buildings in Sydney, the southern wing of Governor Macquarie’s Rum Hospital, …

Award for commercial buildings
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Award for commercial buildings

The conversion of a heritage-listed Melbourne architectural icon into a new retail and commercial facility has ensured the future of one of Australia’s most prominent …

Award for commercial buildings
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Award for commercial buildings

JURY CITATIONThis project makes a significant contribution to the quality of the workplace in an industry that is an integral part of Australia’s history. When …

Walter burley griffin award for urban design
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Walter burley griffin award for urban design

JURY CITATIONThe Walsh Bay Redevelopment comprises a large-scale mixed-use development on a sensitive maritime heritage site in Sydney’s inner harbour. The project provides urban infrastructure …

Award for sustainable architecture
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Award for sustainable architecture

JURY CITATIONEcolinc is a demonstration project. Established as a collaborative venture, the facility teaches diverse environmental topics to schoolchildren across a range of age groups. …

National jury award
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National jury award

JURY CITATIONThe IXL Development is a remarkable work. This National Jury Award recognizes the depth of the project, its strength across a range of categories, …

National jury award
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National jury award

JURY CITATIONThis National Jury Award recognizes that the opportunities and constraints embodied in multi-residential projects are very different to those of the single bespoke house. …

25 year award
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25 year award

JURY CITATION1973. Photographer Wolfgang Sievers.Today. Photographer John Gollings.BHP House set new standards for multistorey office buildings in the 1970s, through its clarity of design and …

Colorbond award
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Colorbond award

JURY CITATIONAs with traditional shearing sheds, the architecture of this project is all about the roof. At the Deepwater Woolshed, however, the big sprawling roof …

Commendation for public buildings
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Commendation for public buildings

JURY CITATIONOn the outskirts of Tewantin, South-East Queensland, the Noosa Centre TAFE rests effortlessly within its pristine bush setting. The college is comprised of three …

Commendation for public buildings
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Commendation for public buildings

JURY CITATIONA commendation is made for the design of the home of Rugby League and Rugby Union in Brisbane commonly called “The Cauldron” or Suncorp …

Commendation for residential buildings
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Commendation for residential buildings

JURY CITATIONAn understated, low-profile street presence intentionally contrasts with the dramatic, cinematic revealing of the vast ocean presence over which House Holman presides. This single-family …

Commendation for residential buildings
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Commendation for residential buildings

JURY CITATIONThe White House is comprised of a two-storey Federation house, additions to the rear and a garage with studio over fronting the rear lane, …

Commendation for residential buildings
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Commendation for residential buildings

JURY CITATIONThis elegant and restrained addition to the rear of an Art Deco house in Brisbane explores the potential of the suburban backyard as a …

Commendation for residential buildings
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Commendation for residential buildings

JURY CITATIONThe reconstruction and replanning of this beautifully crafted terrace house in Paddington faithfully retains the context of the street, but beyond the facade a …

Commendation for heritage
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Commendation for heritage

JURY CITATIONSituated in the centre of Western Australia’s capital city, the Perth Town Hall is the only convict-built town hall in Australia. As one of …

Commendation for interior architecture
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Commendation for interior architecture

JURY CITATIONA commendation is awarded to this project for the creative and thorough brief development, the consultation process, the design intentions and the outstanding results. …

Commendation for urban design
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Commendation for urban design

JURY CITATIONThe Webb Bridge is part of the Melbourne Docklands’ public art scheme and is the outcome of a successful collaboration between Denton Corker Marshall …

Neville quarry architectural education prize
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Neville quarry architectural education prize

PROF. LEON VAN SCHAIKRMIT UNIVERSITYThis certificate is awarded to Professor Leon van Schaik in recognition of his outstanding contribution to design education in Australia, and …

Student prize for the advancement of architecture
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Student prize for the advancement of architecture

JOSHUA MORRINUNIVERSITY OF SYDNEYThis certificate is awarded to Joshua Morrin in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the advancement of architecture, both nationally and internationally, …

Glenn Murcutt Student Prize
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Glenn Murcutt Student Prize

Glenn Murcutt Student Prize

Lachlan Macquarie Award for Heritage
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Lachlan Macquarie Award for Heritage

State Library of Victoria

Award for interior architecture
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Award for interior architecture

National@Docklands by Bligh Voller Nield

Commendation for residential buildings
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Commendation for residential buildings

JURY CITATION Image: Kraig Caristrom The Canopy Apartments are an elegant medium-density development on Sydney’s North Shore. The beautifully crafted project draws on the Paddington …

Radar

Headlines
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Headlines

INTERNATIONALThe 9th US/ICOMOS International Symposium will be held 20–22 April 2006, in Newport, Rhode Island. The Symposium will focus on World Heritage conventions ›› Global …

Exhibition
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Exhibition

Pavilions for new architecture

Books
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Books

THE FOUNTAINHEADS: WRIGHT, RAND, THE FBI AND HOLLYWOODDonald Leslie Johnson McFarland & Company, Inc, 2005. $US45.In recent years, postwar American architecture and Cold War politics …

Practice
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Practice

The thrill of the grease trap

Competition
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Competition

East Darling Harbour