Architecture Australia, September 2008

Architecture Australia, September 2008

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Foreword
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

Foreword

Australian Architecture Takes World Stage

Archive | 1 Sep 2008

Reflection

Indigenous Housing: Walking Alongside

Archive | 1 Sep 2008

Practice

housing

Features

culture and Delivery
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

culture and Delivery

Delivering Culturally Appropriate Aboriginal Housing

Why we do what we do
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

Why we do what we do

Architect Andrew Lane on the pleasures and perils of working in the Indigenous sector and with remote communities.

Archive | 1 Sep 2008

home safe home

Greater Western Sydney is home to a large section of the Aboriginal community, and housing and homelessness are significant issues here too. Gillian Barlow looks at one program that aims to make life a little better.

housing for health
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

housing for health

Twenty years on. Paul Pholeros draws on the long experience of the Housing for Health program to suggest ways forward.

dreaming the great australian dream
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

dreaming the great australian dream

Home ownership has become a hot topic in Indigenous housing. Mark Moran explores the issues, arguing that those who aspire to ownership should be supported.

self-built
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

self-built

Where to now? Stephanie Smith argues that self-constructed housing offers many clues on how to develop more sustainable housing procurement processes.

working together
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

working together

Real partnerships between Indigenous communities, government and the private sector are fundamental to any success in housing. William Tilmouth, Executive Director of Tangentyere Council, addresses the issues, the history and possible futures.

AN architecture of listening
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

AN architecture of listening

Andrew Broffman on Tangentyere Design’s thirty years of working with Indigenous housing and communities.

the detail of things
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

the detail of things

Deborah Fisher and Simon Scally reflect on five years of consultation-intensive housing delivery under the federal NAHS scheme.

dreaming the block
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

dreaming the block

Angela Pitts outlines the Pemulway Project, by Cracknell and Lonergan with the Aboriginal Housing Company, which seeks to rejuvenate The Block.

Indigenous Design Paradigms
Archive | Carroll Go-Sam | 1 Sep 2008

Indigenous Design Paradigms

Working with and against Indigenous design paradigms

Radar

Headlines
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

Headlines

News and nuance

Awards
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

Awards

Australian Institute of Architects State Awards

Queensland, New South Wales

The second instalment of state awards in the lead-up to the National Awards, to be held in South Australia on 30 October.

biennale
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

biennale

Abundant Australia

Abundant Australia opens 11 September at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale – 180 architects have submitted 300 models for inclusion. We present a sneak peek, along with an outline of the historical component by Conrad Hamann.

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

Exhibition

A New Australian Pavilion

Books
Archive | 1 Sep 2008

Books

Reading pleasures

Richard Swanson’s entry.
Review | Sandra Kaji-O'Grady | 1 Oct 2011

A new Australian pavilion

Sandra Kaji-O’Grady considers the exhibition of shortlisted entries to the Di Stasio Ideas Competition in 2008.