An introduction to the July/August 2014 issue of Architecture Australia.
Denton Corker Marshall’s Visitor Centre is an ethereal counterpoint to the enduring presence of Stonehenge.
A bold tectonic house in the Daintree Rainforest by Charles Wright Architects.
Terroir and Cubo Arkitekter’s youth housing project establishes a new model for social architecture.
In this project at UNSW, Bates Smart humanizes the notoriously lean typology of student housing.
BVN Donovan Hill gives architectural voice to a botanical ark in Mount Annan, New South Wales.
This police station by Kerstin Thompson Architects embodies a domestic and civic conversation.
Artist Callum Morton and architect Nigel Bertram contemplate the intersection of art and architecture.
Toby Reed reflects on his practice at the boundaries between architecture, art and film.
Callum Morton speaks to British artist Nathan Coley about his practice.
A semipermanent intervention on the front lawn of Tasmania’s MONA by Monash University’s Design-Make program.
This Queensland studio explores the friction between robust built form and urban erasure.