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Architecture Australia, July 2013

Architecture Australia, July 2013

Architecture Australia

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

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West Kimberley Regional Prison by TAG Architects and Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects.
Archive | 5 Jul 2013

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  This issue of Architecture Australia traces the truly wide-ranging influence the profession has on our communities, our livability and our cultural richness. The projects …

Projects

The 8-storey, 40-metre-tall TRI building.
Projects | Brit Andresen | 6 Sep 2013

Translational Research Institute

The collaborative research laboratory by Wilson Architects and Donovan Hill.

The crucifix/light-catcher is directed towards Broadway.
Projects | Philip Drew | 4 Oct 2013

St Barnabas Anglican Church

A new church for a new time, though fjmt’s design embodies ancient religious symobolism.

The Majestic Theatre building has been modified many times.
Projects | Peter Tonkin | 15 Nov 2013

The Majestic

A deft inner-Sydney theatre conversion by Hill Thalis.

A colourful array of pop-out balconies on the north and east elevations.
Projects | Justine Clark | 7 Oct 2013

Atherton Gardens Social Housing

A Melbourne public housing project by McCabe Architects and Bird de la Coeur Architects.

A colourful, glazed, third-floor projection breaks the flush wall.
Projects | Cameron White | 22 Oct 2013

Kyme Place Rooming House

A unique Port Melbourne apartment complex for the homeless by MGS Architects.

A Corten block is set athwart the hill, with the black upper floor sitting at a right angle across it.
Projects | Leon van Schaik | 25 Oct 2013

View Hill House

A manifesto of architectural intent: Leon van Schaik reviews John Denton’s Yarra Valley house.

Dossier

AA Roundtable 09 panel discussion in Perth, March 2013.
Discourse | 9 Oct 2013

AA Roundtable 09

The Economics of Good Architecture

The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia
Review | Shaneen Fantin | 13 Dec 2013

The Biggest Estate on Earth

Shaneen Fantin reviews Bill Gammage’s publication on how Aborigines made Australia.

Queen Victoria Building, Sydney.
Review | Philip Goad | 13 Dec 2013

Public Sydney: Drawing the City

Professor Philip Goad reviews the seminal work by Philip Thalis and Peter John Cantrill.

Platform

Assemblage’s winning scheme for the Iraqi parliament complex in Baghdad.
People | Robert Bevan | 15 Oct 2013

Profile: Assemblage

Peter Besley talks about his small London practice and its competition-wining design for Iraq’s parliament complex.

Brian Donovan (left) and James Grose (right) of BVN Donovan Hill.
Practice | Luke Slattery | 27 Nov 2013

BVN Donovan Hill: a timely merger

James Grose and Brian Donovan on the merging of their acclaimed architectural practices.

Footnote

Publican Arthur Elliot (left) and Rev. Robert Forsyth (right).
The World | Rev. Michael Paget | 8 Oct 2013

Barneys’ signboards: words of God?

The Rev. Michael Paget reflects on the infamous signboards of St Barnabas in Sydney.

More articles

The prison comprises forty-two buildings within a campus masterplan.
Projects | Elizabeth Grant and Peter Hobbs | 9 Oct 2013

West Kimberley Regional Prison

A custodial environment that allows Indigenous prisoners to maintain their connection to country.