Architecture Australia, March 2014

Architecture Australia, March 2014

Architecture Australia

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

Preview

Silt by Bureau Proberts.
Archive | Cameron Bruhn | 21 Mar 2014

AA March/April 2014 preview

The work of architects is presented in three very different ways in this issue of Architecture Australia. This triumvirate presents us with an opportunity to …

Projects

The long, low Science and Engineering Building forms a bracket at the southern edge of the university’s Mt Helen campus in Ballarat.
Projects | Brett Seakins | 16 Jun 2014

Science and Engineering Building

Sinclair Knight Merz’s robust addition to Federation University Australia in Ballarat.

The Cairns Institute at James Cook University’s Cairns campus.
Projects | Michael Keniger | 27 May 2014

The Cairns Institute

Woods Bagot and RPA Architects design a facility for tropical studies at James Cook University, Cairns.

The small-scale gallery enlivens the back garden of a house in central Victoria.
Projects | Leon van Schaik | 19 May 2014

Arrow

PHTR Architects transforms the humble shed into a glimmering architectural object.

The Doherty Institute occupies a prominent corner on Royal Parade in Melbourne, and is co-located with Royal Melbourne Hospital and University of Melbourne’s medial building.
Projects | Des Smith | 2 Jun 2014

The Doherty Institute

University of Melbourne’s new medical research facility by Grimshaw and Billard Leece Partnership.

The Silt apartments, located under the south-eastern flank of Brisbane’s Story Bridge.
Projects | John de Manincor | 25 Jun 2014

Silt Apartments

A Brisbane multi-residential project by Bureau Proberts.

Dossier

Nigel Coates, sketch for Caffè Bongo in Tokyo (1986) – a period of frenzied public interest in the glamour of architecture.
Discourse | Leon van Schaik | 21 May 2014

The changing landscape of architecture book publishing

Is the architectural monograph losing its relevance, or can it still engender critical debate?

Minimono: Paul Morgan Architects
Review | Carey Lyon | 29 May 2014

Minimono: Paul Morgan Architects

Carey Lyon reviews a new monograph on the work of Paul Morgan Architects.

Timber canopies at Darling Quarter, Sydney, by fjmt.
Review | Elizabeth Farrelly | 10 Jul 2014

Architecture as Material Culture: The work of Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp

Elizabeth Farrelly reviews a monograph on Australian architecture practice, Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp.

Hayball, Dandenong Education Precinct, Dandenong.
Review | Sam Spurr | 3 Jul 2014

Exchange: Collaboration, Convergence, Conversations

A monograph on urban transformations by one of Australia’s largest practices, Hayball.

Multitudes: Hassell 1938–2013
Review | Leon van Schaik | 19 Jun 2014

Multitudes: Hassell 1938–2013

Leon van Schaik assesses the merits of this book, which marks seventy-five years of work by Hassell.

Rem Koolhaas: National identity in architecture
People | Andrew Mackenzie | 25 Mar 2014

Rem Koolhaas

Curator of the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale tells Andrew Mackenzie his vision.

Awards

Phil Harris and Adrian Welke, co-founders of Troppo Architects.
Award | 20 Mar 2014

2014 AAA Awards: Gold Medallists

Adrian Welke and Phil Harris (Troppo Architects) awarded the 2014 Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal.

Phil Harris and Adrian Welke, co-founders of Troppo Architects.
People | Philip Goad | 20 Mar 2014

2014 Gold Medal: Environmental fit

Philip Goad reflects on the work of the 2014 Gold Medallists, Phil Harris and Adrian Welke.

Andrew Burns, Andrew Burns Architects.
Award | 20 Mar 2014

2014 AAA Awards: National Emerging Architect Prize

Andrew Burns honoured at the 2014 Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards.

2014 AAA Awards: National President's Prize
Award | 20 Mar 2014

2014 AAA Awards: National President’s Prize

Ross Langdon posthumously honoured at the 2014 Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards.

Jackie Cooper and Haig Beck.
Award | 20 Mar 2014

2014 AAA Awards: International Committee Prize

Haig Beck and Jackie Cooper honoured at the 2014 Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards.

2014 AAA Awards: Leadership in Sustainability Prize
Award | 20 Mar 2014

2014 AAA Awards: Leadership in Sustainability Prize

John Macdonald of DesignInc honoured at the Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards.

2014 AAA Awards: Architectural Education Prize
Award | 20 Mar 2014

2014 AAA Awards: Architectural Education Prize

Professor Miles Lewis honoured at the 2014 Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards.

HY William Chan, University of Sydney.
Award | 20 Mar 2014

2014 AAA Awards: Student Prize

HY William Chan honoured at the 2014 Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards.

2014 Dulux Study Tour group, clockwise from top left: Suzannah Waldron, Ben Milbourne, Jenna Rowe, Michael Zanardo, Cherry Williamson.
Award | 20 Mar 2014

2014 AAA Awards: Dulux Study Tour

Suzannah Waldron, Ben Milbourne, Jenna Rowe, Michael Zanardo, Cherry Williamson.

[re]activating pivotal moments, Jessica Chidester (RMIT University).
Award | 20 Mar 2014

2014 AAA Awards: Colorbond Steel Student Biennale

Three students honoured at the 2014 Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards.

More articles

Green Can, Karama, Darwin, NT, 1982.
People | Hully Liveris | 4 Nov 2014

Long Live Troppo

Friend and collaborator Hully Liveris recalls his experiences working alongside Troppo Architects’ Adrian Welke and Phil Harris.

Phil Harris and Adrian Welke, co-founders of Troppo Architects.
People | Victoria Laurie | 7 Oct 2014

Tales from the Top End

Victoria Laurie speaks with 2014 Gold Medallists, Phil Harris and Adrian Welke of Troppo Architects.