Architecture Australia, September 2011Architecture Australia
Provocative, informative and engaging discussion of the best built works and the issues and events that matter.
Brian Zulaikha’s introduction to the September 2011 edition of Architecture Australia.
Timothy Moore’s editorial from the September issue of Architecture Australia.
News stories from the September 2011 issue of Architecture Australia.
A full listing of the winners in this year’s NSW Chapter Awards, with a comment from Murray Brown.
A full listing of the winners in this year’s Queensland Chapter Awards, with a comment from Malcolm Middleton.
A rich suite of visual and aural presentations explored the work of Ashton Raggatt McDougall in this exhibition in Melbourne.
BEMP is held to facilitate conversations between parliament and industry leaders.
A design competition at Brisbane Airport heralds an urban paradigm beyond the rhetoric of Aerotropolis.
Harry Francis Mallgrave’s speedy look at the development of architectural theory and how it relates to neuroscience.
The street facade created by H2o showcases the specialized research taking place at Swinburne.
Melbourne’s inner north welcomes a new community facility, designed with restraint by Baracco + Wright and Richard Stampton.
Three different writers explore the labyrinthine, landmark project by Fender Katsalidis in Hobart.
A careful geometry grounds this elegant brick pavilion by Richards & Spence Architects at St Ignatius Primary School.
Three different responses to the Australia and New Zealand Student Architecture Conference 2011, which focused on crisis.
Rob Malkin explains how Autodesk Revit MEP 2012 software’s analysis and simulations support MEP engineering design processes.
These letters were originally published in the September 2011 issue of Architecture Australia.
An introduction to a set of articles about post-occupancy evaluation published in September 2011 in Architecture Australia.
Melinda Dodson overviews the professional shift towards Building Performance Evaluation with two case studies.
Amelia Borg reflects on the possibility of a sentient building that can evaluate itself.
Sheona Thomson writes about the transformation of a public institution in relation to a study on post-occupancy.
Philip Goad casts light on an award that honours the past in relation to a study on post-occupancy.
Retrofitting the city: divergent experiences of urban renewal.