News and nuance
The second instalment of the Australian Institute of Architects State Awards in the lead-up to the National Awards to be held at the Melbourne Recital Centre on 29 October.
The Art of Selling Green
The Architecture of the Australian CourthouseElevational view of the Victorian County Court by Daryl Jackson Architects, Lyons and SKM Architects, architects in association (2002).The Ceremonial …
Both ordinary and special – David Tait outlines the challenge of designing court spaces for jurors.
Courtrooms and culture
John Denton outlines Denton Corker Marshall’s justice work in the United Kingdom.
Between civic memory and a future of hope
Heritage and Technology
Philip Kirke, of Hassell, Describes the challenges faced and strategies adopted in the Kalgoorlie Courts Project.
The new court for Port Augusta strives to remove some of the barriers for Aboriginal communities associated with the Western justice system.
Restorative justice is written into the architecture of Collingwood’s Neighbourhood Justice Centre.
John Hockings, of Architectus, describes the design for Brisbane’s latest justice project.
Two new buildings add to the set of distinctive architectural voices in the Parramatta Justice Precinct — the Sydney West Trial Courts, by Lyons, and the Justice Building by Bates Smart.