Architecture Australia, May 2010

Architecture Australia, May 2010

Architecture Australia

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

Comment

Archive | 1 May 2010

Foreword

what the future holds

Archive | 1 May 2010

Reflection

Architecture, ethics and the city

Practice
Archive | 1 May 2010

Practice

Energy efficiency — in search of common ground

Archive | 1 May 2010

Letters

Readers write

Radar

Headlines
Archive | 1 May 2010

Headlines

InternationalLAVA’s Tower Skin, winner of the Future of Re-Skinning Award in the ZEROprize Re-Skinning Awards.The Green Building Council of Australia has signed a memorandum of …

Aaaa extra
Archive | 1 May 2010

Aaaa extra

The second instalment of the Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards.

Unbuilt
Archive | 1 May 2010

Unbuilt

New directions in the AA Prize for Unbuilt Work and AA Roundtable.

Exhibition
Archive | 1 May 2010

Exhibition

Philip Goldswain reviews Built, an exhibition at the Art Gallery of WA, which explores the built environment and the modernist object.

Exhibition
Archive | 1 May 2010

Exhibition

Architecture 10

Exhibition
Archive | 1 May 2010

Exhibition

eco-cubby

Archive | 1 May 2010

Opinion

AffordabLe Housing

Flying to Venice
Archive | 1 May 2010

Flying to Venice

Flying to Venice | NOW + WHEN FINALISTS

Books
Archive | 1 May 2010

Books

ADDICTED TO ARCHITECTURERobert Dickson. Wakefield Press, 2010. 256pp. RRP $89.When I was an architecture student in Adelaide there were practices everybody aspired to work for …

Urbanism – Barangaroo
Archive | 1 May 2010

Urbanism

Debate rages around Barangaroo, Sydney’s largest and most significant urban development for decades.

Discourse | James Birrell | 1 Jul 2010

Affordable Housing

Affordable housing is a pressing and increasingly complex issue. James Birrell outlines the situation, with an emphasis on South East Queensland, and proposes ideas to consider for the future.

The masterplan for the preferred scheme.
Review | Lee Stickells | 1 May 2010

Barangaroo – the debates

Lee Stickells outlines the debates around Sydney’s largest and most significant urban development for years as at May 2010.

The preferred scheme for Barangaroo by Lend Lease and Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
Discourse | Brian Zulaikha | 2 May 2010

Barangaroo – the public interest

Brian Zulaikha provides his perspective on Barangaroo, Sydney’s largest and most significant urban development for decades.

The preferred scheme for Barangaroo by Lend Lease and Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
Discourse | Craig Allchin | 2 May 2010

Barangaroo – the fine grain

Craig Allchin provides his perspective on Barangaroo, Sydney’s largest and most significant urban development for decades.

The design by Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects, Paul Berkemeier Architect and Jane Irwin Landscape Architects, which won the international design competition.
Discourse | Marcus Trimble | 2 May 2010

Barangaroo – the public presentation

Marcus Trimble provides his perspective on Barangaroo, Sydney’s largest and most significant urban development for decades.

The preferred scheme for Barangaroo South by Lend Lease with a design team led by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
Discourse | Todd Murphy | 2 May 2010

Barangaroo – shaping Sydney’s future

The Barangaroo Delivery Authority’s Todd Murphy tracks Barangaroo’s progress to early 2010.

The preferred scheme for Barangaroo South, by Lend Lease, with a design team led by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
Discourse | Angelo Candalepas | 2 May 2010

Barangaroo – working the detail

Angelo Candalepas provides his perspective on Barangaroo, Sydney’s largest and most significant urban development for years.

The competition-winning proposal by Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects, Paul Berkemeier Architect and Jane Irwin Landscape Architects.
Discourse | Laura Harding | 2 May 2010

Barangaroo – a living city?

Laura Harding provides her perspective on Barangaroo, Sydney’s largest and most significant urban development for decades.

The preferred scheme for Barangaroo South, by Lend Lease, with a design team led by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
Discourse | Craig Burton | 2 May 2010

Barangaroo – seeing ahead(land)

Craig Burton provides his perspective on Barangaroo, Sydney’s largest and most significant urban development for decades.

The preferred scheme for Barangaroo South, by Lend Lease, with a design team led by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
Discourse | Roderick Simpson | 2 May 2010

Barangaroo – politics and process

Roderick Simpson provides his perspective on Barangaroo, Sydney’s largest and most significant urban development for decades.

Tidal cranes by Jennifer Turpin, from the HTBI competition scheme.
Discourse | Brendan Randles | 2 May 2010

Barangaroo – urban tensions

Brendan Randles provides his perspective on Barangaroo, Sydney’s largest and most significant urban development for decades.

Features

Lowy cancer research centre
Archive | 1 May 2010

Lowy cancer research centre

Lahz Nimmo Architects in association with Wilson Architects brings the academic and the clinical together for the most recent addition to UNSW.

Pitched roof house
Archive | Stanislaus Fung | 1 May 2010

Pitched roof house

Conformity and novelty – Chenchow Little Architects say “yes” to council regulations.

School of fine furniture
Archive | Stephen Loo | 1 May 2010

School of fine furniture

New pedagogies and student activities directly influence this workshop at the University of Tasmania

Ballast Point Park
Archive | Katrina Simon | 1 May 2010

Ballast Point Park

Remnants of the site’s industrial history colour McGregor Coxall and Choi Ropiha’s harbourside park.

Views to established trees and gardens form an essential element of the Lowy Centre.
Projects | Sandra Kaji-O'Grady | 1 May 2010

Lowy Cancer Research Centre

Lahz Nimmo Architects in association with Wilson Architects brings the academic and the clinical together for the most recent addition to UNSW.

North-eastern corner, opposite the Great Hall. On the upper floor, the mirrored facade conceals the function room, while the “Ned Kelly” window intersects the deck.
Projects | Clare Newton | 1 Jul 2010

Lilley Centre

Learning and the city. Wilson Architects’ new project for Brisbane Boys Grammar.

Punctuated by window boxes and cappings, the fibreglass exterior emphasizes the school’s presence.
Projects | Stephen Loo | 16 Feb 2012

School of Fine Furniture

A furniture workshop at the University of Tasmania by Six Degrees and SBE in association.

Flying metal stair running between the foreshore and a concrete cliff.
Projects | Katrina Simon | 21 Feb 2012

Ballast Point Park

Remnants of the site’s industrial history colour McGregor Coxall and Choi Ropiha’s Sydney harbourside park.