Brian Zulaikha’s first foreword for Architecture Australia as the president of the Australian Institute of Architects.
The editor’s letter from the July 2011 issue of Architecture Australia.
This Melbourne practice’s iconic projects chart an intriguing course through context, form-making and the urban experience.
Geoff Warn reviews an exhibition charting the pioneering modernist forms of this influential Western Australian architect.
A complex set of factors influences the participation of women in architecture. Karen Burns picks apart the issues.
BVN Architecture’s critic-in-residence program spurs intellectual engagement and builds a studio culture.
Ideas for remaking the city with an eye on connection and sustainability shaped this recent symposium.
“Partnering for solutions” was the theme of this year’s Green Cities conference. Ceridwen Owen reflects on the debate.
21st Century Tokyo: A Guide to Contemporary Architecture by Julian Worrall and Erez Golani Soloman.
The 2011 national conference Natural Artifice was a feast of ideas, but not conversation, according to Ceridwen Owen.
The Young Architects Forum at the 2011 national architecture conference allowed emerging architects to discuss their work.
Michael Lewarne and Angelo Korsanos discuss Natural Artifice, the 2011 national architecture conference.
Rachel Hurst caught up with Juhani Pallasmaa at the 2011 National Architecture Conference Natural Artifice.
Leanne Zilka caught up with Manuel Aires Mateus when he was in Melbourne for the 2011 national architecture conference.
A full listing of the winners in this year’s South Australian AIA chapter awards, with a comment by Francesco Bonato.
A full listing of the winners in this year’s Victorian AIA chapter awards, with a comment from jury chair James Staughton.
John Wardle Architects creates a zinc-clad city wall for the university’s Footscray Park campus, housing laboratories, a library and specialist sports science facilities.
This police station by Kerstin Thompson Architects demonstrates a meticulous approach to spatial planning.
Meaning, motifs and a necessary ambiguity overlap in Lyons’ public face for the Central Institute of Technology in Perth.
Lacoste + Stevenson reinvigorates Rushcutters Bay Park with an addition to the existing grandstand and a kiosk next door.
A full listing of the winners in this year’s ACT AIA chapter awards, with a comment from jury chair Shelley Penn.
A full listing of the winners in this year’s Tasmanian AIA chapter awards, with a comment by Peter Poulet.
A full listing of the winners in this year’s Northern Territory AIA chapter awards, with a comment by John Mainwaring.
A full listing of the winners in this year’s Western Australian AIA chapter awards, with a comment by Patrick Pinder.
Andrew Woodward remembers his father, Bob Woodward, BArch (Hons) FRAIA, AILA.
Scott Osborne of Total Synergy discusses the challenges of managing a busy practice – invoicing, budgets, backups – and how a strategic approach can smooth the way.
Autodesk Ecotect Analysis software can help analyse the performance of conceptual building designs.
A letter published in Architecture Australia discussing the dropping of “Royal” from the Institute’s name.