The first thing you’ll notice about the January/February 2013 issue of Architecture Australia is the change to the masthead and cover design. This reflects the …
Shelley Penn’s foreword to the Jan/Feb 2013 issue of Architecture Australia.
ARM Architecture makes a range of functional improvements to Melbourne’s Hamer Hall.
This RMIT building by Allan Powell Architects shows a maturity and restraint often found in genuinely iconic buildings.
Tony Hobba Architects’ beach kiosk at Torquay, Victoria.
Experimentation yielded an intriguing Brisbane tower by Cox Rayner Architects.
Japan’s robust Australia House by Andrew Burns shows simplicity is a complex affair.
Photographer Brett Boardman reflects on his experience shooting Andrew Burns’s opus.
A village of learning centres by McBride Charles Ryan looped around a set of courtyards.
Bates Smart’s National Centre for Synchrotron Science in Melbourne creates the conditions in which to see.
Stories about the people and issues shaping architecture.
A publication by Australian artist and architect, Richard Goodwin, aims to change our view of cities.
Beatriz Colomina in conversation with Nicole Kalms and Ari Seligmann about new media and architectural ideas.
The architect behind Monash University’s new school of music talks to Michael Roper.
The 2012 Institute Gold Medallist, Lawrence Nield, reflects on the use of materials and specialization.
Angelique Edmonds argues that design-led public engagement is key to fostering a sense of community.
Opportunities to use daylight in architecture are as abundant as light itself.
For the directors of multidisciplinary Perth practice Felix, innovation is everything.
After working internationally, two Australian architects find a home at Hassell.
Laura Harding muses on regularity and strangeness in the urban built environment.