Architecture Australia, July 2010

Architecture Australia, July 2010

Architecture Australia

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

Radar

Headlines
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Headlines

INTERNATIONALWilliam J. Mitchell, Professor of Architecture and Media Arts and Sciences at MIT and alumnus of UMelb, died in June after a battle with cancer. …

Exhibition
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Exhibition

Please don’t let me be misunderstood

Education
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Education

25 years on — the colorbond student biennale

Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Urbanism

Bringing plan-making back into planning

Urbanism
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Urbanism

Victoria square tarndanyangga

Event
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Event

Food for thought

Books
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Books

Jørn utzon — the logbooks

Conference
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Conference

Extra/ordinary

State Awards
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Awards

And the winners are … We present the outcomes of the Australian Institute of Architects State Awards in the lead-up to the National Awards to be held in Canberra on 28 October.

Tasmanian Architectural Narratives 2010
Review | 1 Jul 2010

Tasmanian Architectural Narratives 2010

Mathew Hinds and Stephen Loo report on the 2010 Tasmanian Architectural Narratives weekend.

The proposal for Barangaroo South.
Discourse | Amelia Thorpe | 2 Jul 2010

Bringing plan-making back into planning

Amelia Thorpe reflects on Barangaroo and lessons from Part 3A.

The southern end of the square includes the Mosaic Garden and a wetlands area.
Projects | Matt Davis | 2 Jul 2010

Victoria Square Tarndanyangga

Matt Davis comments on Adelaide’s latest urban regeneration project.

Discussion panel, (L-R) Sandra Kaji-O'Grady, Karen Burns, Hannah Tribe, Ninotschka Titchkosky, Justine Clark.

Extra/ordinary

Four delegates at the Australian Institute of Architects National Conference respond to its exploration of the culture.

Comment

Foreword
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Foreword

Beat a path to the institute’s door

Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Reflection

Architecture and individualism

Obituary
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Obituary

Vale robert woodward am 1923—2010

Aa roundtable 03
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Aa roundtable 03

Sustainable Futures: New Modes of Practice

Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Letters

Readers write

Panelists Natasha Palich, Jim Gall, Ceridwen Owen, Carey Lyon and Shane Murray.
Discourse | 1 Jul 2010

AA Roundtable 03

What practice can do to move towards a more sustainable future.

Features

Madec
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Madec

Asymmetry and social purpose. Phillips/Pilkington Architects reworks a dormant Methodist church as a new home for the Mildura and District Education Committee.

Adelaide zoo
Archive | 1 Jul 2010

Adelaide zoo

Hassell’s entrance precinct and panda exhibit at Adelaide Zoo welcome two bamboo-loving Chinese expats.

Kerr Street apartments
Archive | Simon Anderson | 1 Jul 2010

Kerr Street apartments

At once civic and civil, this multi‑residential project by NMBW Architecture Studio demonstrates a particular formal and spatial ingenuity.

Pirrama park
Archive | Olivia Hyde | 1 Jul 2010

Pirrama park

Chasing pigeons at Sydney’s newest waterside park, by Aspect Studios Landscape Architecture, Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects and CAB Consulting.

Irregularly shaped windows frame views of Melbourne's rail yards and city skyline.
Projects | Peter Johns | 1 Jul 2010

Yardmasters

A large black rectangle looms beyond the end of platform five at Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station.

View north from the corner of Harris Street and Pirrama Road. The park’s waterfront promenade is an important link in the open space that extends from Glebe to Rushcutters Bay.
Projects | Olivia Hyde | 1 Jul 2010

Pirrama Park

Sydney’s awarded waterside park by Aspect Studios, Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects and CAB Consulting.