Tag: Architect

Matthew Bird, Studiobird.
People | Ian McDougall | 13 May 2014

Matthew Bird, Studiobird, Melbourne

Studiobird speculates on things outside the mainstream of architecture.

Kerstin Thompson: “it’s about how people live”
People | Justine Clark | 5 Jun 2013

Kerstin Thompson: “it’s about how people live”

The highly awarded houses of Kerstin Thompson Architects age well, and are better for being filled with everyday stuff.

From left: Huw Turner and Penny Collins.
People | Maitiú Ward | 8 Apr 2013

Profile: Collins and Turner Architects

Maitiú Ward profiles the body of work by Huw Turner and Penny Collins.

Ghost Town
Exhibitions | 7 Feb 2013

Ghost Town

Platform present an exhibition of unbuilt and speculative work.

NMBW Architecture Studio (L–R): Nigel Bertram, Lucinda Mclean & Marika Neustupny.
People | Maitiú Ward | 7 Feb 2013

Profile: NMBW Architecture Studio

Each residential project by NMBW Architecture Studio turns the ordinary into something special.

(L–R): Matthew Ritchard, Brian Bass, Leigh Woodley, Alex Popov and Aya Maceda.
People | Natalie Ward | 21 Jan 2013

Profile: Popov Bass Architects

A Scandinavian design influence with a practical approach to Australian urban conditions.

Harry Seidler: Architecture, Art and Collaborative Design – a travelling exhibition
News | Peter Salhani | 20 Sep 2012

Harry Seidler travelling exhibition

A three-year touring exhibition about the collaborative work of Harry Seidler.

Architecture students at work in RMIT's Building 45.
Discussion | George Molnar | 21 Aug 2012

The function of the schools of architecture

First published in 1964, George Molnar’s discussion gives current debates around architectural education a context.

The practice team: Anna Field, Celia Carroll, Louise Lovmand and Andrew Burges.
People | Natalie Ward | 1 Aug 2012

Andrew Burges Architecture

Expression of scale, compactness and flexible space characterize the residential work of this Sydney practice.

Risk & insurance: protecting your practice
Talks | 7 Jul 2012

Risk and insurance seminar

Part of the Refuel National Seminar Series, this session looks at protecting your practice.

The Houses of William Wurster: Frames for Living by Caitlin Lempres Brostrom and Richard C. Peters.
Discussion | 8 Jun 2012

The Houses of William Wurster

This book celebrates the life and work of William Wurster in a compilation of some of the architect’s best-known houses.

In 2010, women architecture graduates started on salaries that were, on average, 88% of men’s starting salaries. Pictured here are some of the staff at Bates Smart.
Discussion | Justine Clark | 24 May 2012

Engendering architecture

Women’s involvement in architecture is not only about social justice, it’s an economic imperative.

Genevieve and Chris de Campo of de Campo
People | Tobias Horrocks | 10 Apr 2012

Genevieve and Chris de Campo

Specializing in insulated precast concrete construction, de Campo Architects is working towards a sustainable future.

L5 Builing, University of NSW, Kensington, NSW.
Discussion | Xing Ruan | 19 Mar 2012

The great image has no form

A testimonial to 2012 Gold Medallist Lawrence Nield by Xing Ruan.

Perth architect Philip Griffiths.
News | 5 Dec 2011

Philip Griffiths receives WA board award

Perth architect Philip Griffiths has been presented with the Architects Board of WA’s Board Award.

Harry Seidler and Max Dupain, 1991.
Talks | 21 Oct 2011

Max Dupain and Harry Seidler

David Marr talks to Penelope Seidler and Jill White about Max Dupain and Harry Seidler.

Kelso House 2005. The rear of the house is articulated by a series of white, punctuated fins.
People | Marcus Baumgart | 1 Oct 2010

Profile: Architects EAT

Albert Mo, Eid K. Goh and James Coombe have an expanding folio of individualized homes.

Discussion | 1 Aug 2010


The latest addition to Taschen’s Basic Architecture Series, which profiles a selection of architectural greats.

Ando: Complete Works 1975–2010
Discussion | 1 Jun 2010

Ando: Complete Works 1975–2010

The work of renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando is something to be celebrated

Athens has the least green space per resident of any European capital. Point Supreme's 2007 study, titled Heaven, explores ways of remedying this.
People | Esther Anatolitis | 1 Jun 2010

Point Supreme

A small architecture practice creating interventions amongst the history and chaos of Athens.

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