Projects | Ashton Raggatt McDougall continues its exploration of the tension between ideas and materiality in RMIT’s Building 22.
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Archive | The undercroft development at the Shrine of Remembrance is a skillful response to the need to remember the dead while avoiding the dangers of glorification.
Archive | For some time now, the National Museum of Australia has generated delight and intrigue, controversy and consternation. At the time of its opening, John Macarthur explored questions of geometry and meaning (AA March/April 2001). Now, with the museum fully functioning and attracting over one million visitors in its first year, Catherin Bull considers the landscape and its possible futures, Naomi Stead explores the fit between museum and museology, and Steve Ashton reflects on the Acton Peninsula Alliance.
Archive | Geometry and meaning at the National Musuem of Australia
Archive | RMIT’s daring campaign of architectural patronage brings another controversial public building to Melbourne.
Archive | Interior award – Ashton Raggatt McDougall
Projects | ARM’s revision of Melbourne’s monumental Hamer Hall, reviewed by Paul Walker for Artichoke.
Projects | ARM Architecture makes a range of functional improvements to Melbourne’s Hamer Hall.
News | Two new courtyards complete the axial symmetry of an earlier masterplan envisioned for Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance.
Review | ‘First look’ stories dominated the news in a year of grand openings.
News | The Mayor of the Gold Coast has unveiled new designs for an outdoor performance venue, dubbed Splash, by ARM Architecture.
Discourse | Andrew Mackenzie reviews recent commentary on ARM Architecture’s Portrait building, and finds it marred by racism and unsubstantiated opinion.
News | Grocon has donated over $270,000 to the Big Issue’s Homes for Homes fund.
Discourse | A reflection on building in the face of oblivion at the Shrine of Remembrance Visitor Centre.
Projects | ARM Architecture’s final additions to the Shrine of Remembrance offer a contemporary foil to the memorial’s classicism.
News | The SA government unveils designs for a $220m redevelopment of the Adelaide Festival Plaza by ARM and Taylor Cullity Lethlean.
Discourse | Big buildings must do far more than simply provide amenity for the people who live in them, argues ARM Architecture.
Projects | The facade of ARM Architecture’s “Portrait” apartment tower in Melbourne is a worthy civic-minded gesture but, behind it, a dehumanizing financial logic is at play.
News | The Sydney Opera House has appointed ARM to redesign its largest performance space, the concert hall.
Awards | Shrine of Remembrance, Galleries of Remembrance by ARM Architecture.
News | Dubbed the “big brain,” the form of ARM’s Geelong Library recalls the tradition of great domed buildings as a civic symbol.
News | The SA government has released new visions of the Adelaide Festival Plaza redevelopment designed by ARM and TCL.
Review | Vivian Mitsogianni, RMIT associate professor, reflects on the work of the 2016 Gold Medallists, the directors of ARM Architecture.
News | The SA government has announced the redevelopment Adelaide Festival Plaza, by ARM and TCL, will go ahead after signing key agreements with stakeholders.
Review | Philip Goad reflects on the “openly figurative, demonstrative, discursive and even anxiously abrasive” attributes of the 2016 Gold Medallists, Stephen Ashton, Howard Raggatt and Ian McDougall.
News | The NSW government has revealed working designs for a comprehensive upgrade of the World Heritage-listed Sydney Opera House.
Awards | Victorian Desalination Plant & Ecological Reserve by Aspect Studios.
Awards | Completion of the Courtyards at the Shrine of Remembrance by Rush\Wright Associates.
Review | Dimity Reed discusses how a ‘cultivated resilience’ has enabled 2016 Gold Medallists, the directors of ARM Architecture, to create bold and ambitious work embedded with historical, fabled and emotional references.
Review | From RMIT Storey Hall to the Shrine of Remembrance and Geelong Library and Heritage Centre, the architecture of ARM seizes the attention of passers-by and seeks to become an object in the public imagination.