Architecture Australia, January 2014

Architecture Australia, January 2014

Architecture Australia

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


Lune de Sang Sheds by CHROFI.
Archive | Cameron Bruhn | 31 Jan 2014

AA January/February 2014 preview

This issue of Architecture Australia considers how Australian architecture serves as both a symbol and an expression of the different cultural identities of each state. …


The simple and elemental pavilion at Wilkinsons Point, delivered as part of Stage Two, juts out into the bay.
Projects | Paul Owen and Aaron Peters | 7 Mar 2014

Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park (GASP)

Room 11 completes its award-winning work at the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park in Tasmania.

The Advanced Engineering Building, viewed from the north, showing the glazed volume housing the studios.
Projects | Haig Beck and Jackie Cooper | 17 Mar 2014

Advanced Engineering Building

An new integrated teaching and research facility at University of Queensland.

Sunk into the hillside, Shed 1 will become surrounded by the forest as it matures.
Projects | Tracey Woods | 17 Apr 2014

Lune De Sang Sheds

Two monumental ‘sheds’ by CHROFI are part of a landscape regeneration project in northern NSW.

The Dayboro Veterinary Surgery steps down the steeply sloping site.
Projects | Douglas Neale | 22 Apr 2014

Dayboro Veterinary Surgery

A Queensland veterinary clinic by Owen and Vokes and Peters responds to the rural vernacular.

Abedian School of Architecture
Projects | Andrew Mackenzie | 11 Apr 2014

Abedian School of Architecture

Bond University’s new learning centre by CRAB Studio is a triumph of the occupant over the object.

The North Bondi Surf Life Saving Club by Durbach Block Jaggers. Bondi is supposedly an Aboriginal word for “water breaking over rocks”.
Projects | Laura Harding | 14 Feb 2014

North Bondi Surf Life Saving Club

A mosaic-tiled, sculptural observatory on Australia’s most famous beach.

Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects’ proposal, “100 Forests/100 Gardens,” features a flexible “tartan” grid informed by the Griffins’ water axis.
Projects | Philip Thalis | 31 Mar 2014

The National Arboretum, Canberra

An ambitious scheme that transformed a fire-ravaged site into a project for the research and display of trees.


Melbourne Now
Discussion | Maitiú Ward | 16 Dec 2013

Melbourne Now

Maitiú Ward reviews a sweeping survey of Melbourne’s cultural identity, now on at the NGV.

Fumihiko Maki: Designing from the inside out
People | Philip Drew | 15 Apr 2014

Fumihiko Maki: Designing from the inside out

Pritzker Prize Laureate Fumihiko Maki talks with Philip Drew.

Leon van Schaik, Differentiation, ideogram, 2012.
Discussion | Geoffrey London | 29 Sep 2014

Reviewing Design Review

The design review process is a fixture of architecture schools, but does it have a place in the creation of our cities?


Rodney Eggleston and Anne-Laure Cavigneaux.
People | Ray Edgar | 22 Apr 2014

March Studio

The ambitious work of March Studio is underpinned by an abiding interest in materiality.

Matthias Hollenstein and Felicity Stewart.
People | Lucy Humphrey | 8 Apr 2014

Stewart Hollenstein

A competition-winning scheme for Green Square brought this young Sydney studio into the spotlight.