Architecture Australia, July 2019

Architecture Australia, July 2019

Architecture Australia

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


Architecture Australia July/August 2019.
Preview | Katelin Butler | 26 Jun 2019

AA July/August 2019 preview

An introduction to the July/August 2019 issue of Architecture Australia.


Porosity at the three public-street frontages, 
in particular the arcade on James Street, strengthens the building’s civic gestures.
Projects | Andrew Scott and Anita Panov | 13 Sep 2019

Urbane luxury: The Calile Hotel

A new hotel in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley is evocative of luxury tropical resorts yet also carefully assimilates into the emerging urban character of the James Street precinct.


The house in Cardigan Street, Carlton shared by Hank, Julie, Steve Ashton and Peter Craig, 1975.
Discussion | Ian McDougall | 29 Oct 2019

Hank Koning and Julie Eizenberg: Made in Melbourne

Ian McDougall reflects on the currents of change in Melbourne during the 1970s and considers how Hank and Julie’s commitment to a social agenda has its roots in their activist student days.

More articles

Owen Kelly (left) and Bobbie Bayley (right).
Award | Editorial Desk AAU | 21 Jun 2019

2019 National Prizes: Student Prize for the Advancement of Architecture

Bobbie Bayley and Owen Kelly are awarded the 2019 Student Prize for the Advancement of Architecture.

In the dining and sitting spaces, solid walls give way to operable glazed panels that allow the pavilion to be transformed into a platform.
Projects | Helen Norrie | 2 Sep 2019

A strong sense of place: Three Capes Track Lodges

Part of an evolving tradition of place-sensitive architecture in the Tasmanian wilderness, these walking lodges sit back in the landscape and let the spectacular scenery take precedence.

Living, farming, cooking and teaching functions coalesce in Daylesford Longhouse, where “common sense yields all sorts of poetic pleasures.”
Projects | Katelin Butler | 29 Jul 2019

Magical sequencing: Daylesford Longhouse

In rural Victoria, a vast industrial shed is the veil for a rationally planned yet intriguing program of living quarters, cooking school and productive farm.

The Belmar Apartments in Santa Monica, California (2014) contributes 160 units of affordable housing to the Ocean Avenue South Development on one side of a public walk. Collaborators: Moore Ruble Yudell Architects and Planners (masterplan partner), KTGY Architecture and Planning (architect of record).

The housing projects of Koning Eizenberg Architecture

Architecture Australia reflects on Koning Eizenberg Architecture’s pragmatic yet ambitious housing projects.

At 500 Broadway, a mixed-use development in Santa Monica, California, an innovative prefabricated steel moment-frame facilitates the plasticity desired to strengthen the connection between home and street. Collaborator: Large Architecture (architect of record).
Discussion | Editorial Desk AAU | 28 Oct 2019

Coming soon: Koning Eizenberg’s upcoming projects

Part of our ongoing review of the work of 2019 Gold Medallists Hank Koning and Julie Eizenberg, we turn our attention to the architects’ future projects, with a collection of responses from peers and colleagues.