Tag: Dossier: Australian style

Points of approach to the (clockwise from top left) Canada, South Korea, Mexico and Australia national pavilions at the World Expo 2010 in China.
Discourse | Graham Crist | 25 Sep 2012

How open are we?

Graham Crist contemplates how the perimeter of a national pavilion conveys an identity.

State of origin

State of origin

Timothy Hill, John Macarthur and Naomi Stead in conversation about the promotion of Queensland architecture.

A view towards the newly completed Swanston Academic Building from RMIT Building 8.

Hunters in the city

A new addition by Lyons Architecture on Melbourne’s Swanston Street opens up a reflection on Victorian architecture.

A view towards the newly completed Swanston Academic Building from RMIT Building 8.
Review | Sandra Kaji-O'Grady | 5 Sep 2012

Lyons: more and less

Sandra Kaji-O’Grady reviews More: the Architecture of Lyons.

When it opened in 1982 the NGA sat in a bare landscape. Today it hosts a native garden.
Discourse | Mark Raggatt | 15 Aug 2012

The swagman and the squatter

The legacy of Canberra’s National Gallery and the High Court of Australia buildings, by Mark Raggatt.

The proposal for the Australian pavilion at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale approaches the pavilion as an infrastructure rather than a box that contains the participants.

Looking to Venice

Gerard Reinmuth and Anthony Burke on curating Formations – the last hoorah for Australia’s pavilion at Venice.