iredale paterson hook architects, bear the imprint of murcutt's favoured planning typology. as murcutt demonstrated to great effect, stringing all the accommodation out along a single axis not only facilitates natural ventilation across narrow width of the structure, but also perfectly expresses the infinite expanse of the australian landscape.
Robin Boyd - brilliant architect of vision, yet another who died before reaching the heights of acceptance. Author of "The great Australian Ugliness" which has even greater relevance today, you should read it.
This surprisingly modern addition transformed an 1880 bungalow in Adelaide, Australia, into a spacious and sensuous abode. Photo by James Knowler. Photo by: James KnowlerCourtesy of: James Knowler Photography
too little too late chris abel, most planners and environmentalists in australia now agree that a sustainable strategy for development must include substantial increases in the density of the urban population, supported by a major shift from private to public transportation - strategies which directly challenge the great australian dream so eloquently expressed in these houses
recent australian works are reflective of a more diffuse and unsettled trajectory for architectural practice. in subtle ways they show the emergence of four design themes that will dictate the future of architecture: sustainable architecture; digital futures; indigenous cultures; and landscape/urbanisms
concessions to their greater landscape context or celebratory condesations of communities of small buildings? opposite of o'connor + houle heide redevelopment
concessions to their greater landscape context or celebratory condesations of communities of small buildings? opposite of greg burgess's twelve apostotles visitor centre
For 50 years Harry Seidler has played a vital role in international architecture. His work is widely recognized as an original and intensely creative contribution to the architecture of the second half of the Century.