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Architecture Australia, March 2006

Architecture Australia, March 2006

Architecture Australia

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

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Foreword
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Foreword

GOLD MEDAL AND RAIA INTERNATIONALEvery year the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA) honours an architect orarchitectural firm with the highest accolade the Australian profession …

Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Reflection

THERE AND HEREOnce again it has been a privilege to compile the coverage of the RAIA Gold Medal – this year it was a pleasure …

Obituary
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Obituary

VALE BELINDA BRITO 1972–2005Photograph Ben HewittSydney’s architectural community recently lost one of its brightest young participants. Ben Hewett and Maryam Gusheh remember their cheeky, energetic …

Obituary
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Obituary

VALE GAVIN WALKLEY 1911-2005From a portrait by Ivor Hele, CBE, 1968.Architect, landscape architect, town planner, academic. Giles Walkey remembers the many achievements of his father, …

Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Practice

SPECIFYING FOR SUSTAINABILITYArchitects are well placed to help effect change in the built environment, and specifications are on the way of subtly moving practices towards …

Obituary
Archive | Geoffrey London | 1 Mar 2006

Obituary

Vale Jeffrey Howlett 1928-2005

Obituary
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Obituary

Vale Trevor Reddacliff 1942-2005

Features

Shipwreck Lookout
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Shipwreck Lookout

Neeson Murcutt Architects’ highly refined viewing apparatus at Homebush Bay.

L5
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

L5

Crisp, clear and very lean, L5 is Bligh Voller Nield’s latest building for the University of New South Wales.

Kerry Hill - RAIA Gold Medallist
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Kerry Hill - RAIA Gold Medallist

RAIA gold medal Kerry Hill

North Terrace
Archive | Gini Lee | 1 Mar 2006

North Terrace

Both conduit and locale, stage one of the redevelopment of Adelaide’s North Terrace, by Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Peter Elliot, draws on the past to reimagine the city’s future.

Australian Wildlife Health Centre
Archive | Naomi Stead | 1 Mar 2006

Australian Wildlife Health Centre

Minifie Nixon’s Australian Wildlife Health Centre at the Healesville Sanctuary takes a highly experimental approach to programme, technique and form.

Radar

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Exhibition

74’ 56 [SPACE IN THE SOUND OF ARCHITECTURE]PHOTOGRAPHY ROBERT COLVIN. Overview of the recent exhibition by Chelle Macnaughtan. Three lines of prints hung in the …

Headlines
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Headlines

INTERNATIONALJohnson Pilton Walker’s design for the Science and Engineering Building for UNSW’s Singapore campus.Model of Wood Marsh’s ACCA for Museums of the Twenty-first Century.Johnson Pilton …

Competition
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Competition

NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERYThe winning entry by Johnson Pilton Walker, as seen on arrival.Models of the shortlisted entries. Top to bottom: the winning scheme by Johnson …

Memorial
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Memorial

MANDURAH WAR MEMORIALOverview of Mandurah War Memorial during a ceremony.Looking along the main ceremonial approach. The “Eternal Procession” of pillars marches across the site along …

Unbuilt
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Unbuilt

THE OFFERINGTHE OFFERING Project team— Richard Weller, Gary Marinko, Mike Rowlands, Bruce RoweKaren Burns considers Richard Weller and Gary Marinko’s shortlisted entry to the Tsunami …

Books
Archive | 1 Mar 2006

Books

TAKE 4: COLLABORATION AND COALITIONCREATING ARCHITECTURAL KNOWLEDGE IN CONTEMPORARY PRACTICEEdited by Louise Wallis, Paula Whitman and Susan Savage. RAIA, 2005. $33. I like the intent …

Competition
Archive | Philip Goldswain | 1 Mar 2006

Competition

Philip Goldswain reviews the recent competition for Perth’s new performing arts venue.