This issue of Architecture Australia is guest edited by John de Manincor and Sandra Kaji-O’Grady, the creative directors for Material, the 2013 National Architecture …
Cox Rayner Architects imprints the tectonic force of the landscape into the walls of a Queensland outback museum.
A work by Living Room Theatre with sets done pro bono by young Sydney architects.
Collins and Turner Architects gives their Sydney apartment block a shimmering cloak of steel.
A brick spillway by Monash Architecture and Hiroshi Nakao reflects rhythms of human occupation.
Richard Kirk’s design of the new ABC headquarters in Brisbane makes it a cultural landmark.
A small-scale urban intervention in Sydney’s Chinatown by Lacoste + Stevenson and Frost Design.
Paul Morgan Architects crowns an iconic Melbourne market with a pragmatic and elegant roof.
Dr Sandra Kaji-O’Grady, co-convenor of the 2013 national conference, urges architects to experiment with new materials.
Are so-called “biomaterials” redefining how architects engage with biological systems?
John de Manincor talks with David Pigram, Iain Maxwell and James Gardiner about material technology and use.
In architecture, interrogations of authenticity have become part of a broader debate on cutting-edge materials, writes Sean Anderson.
The upcycling architecture of Ross Langdon, Campbell Drake and Ben Milbourne.
A heightened responsiveness to place is the hallmark of this Tasmanian-born practice.
A strong idea is the foundation for strong design at whatever scale says architect and jeweller Genevieve Lilley.
Professor Nigel Bertram reflects on the impact of small public structures in regional towns.