Tag: AA March 2014 Dossier: Architecture books

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.

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.

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?