Disciplines, Features, Public Places, Sight + Sound, Stories

Review: 2016 UQ Architecture Lecture with Kevin Low

Kevin Low of Small Projects is a deep thinker and his work has been described as possessing “the quality of

Design Thinking, Disciplines, Features, Sight + Sound, Stories

Review: UQ Architecture Lecture with Juliet Moore

Are architects driven by obtaining media attention and are their projects dictated by the media? Juliet Moore of Melbourne-based firm Edwards Moore

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Review: UQ Architecture Lecture with Rodney Eggleston

Melbourne-based architect Rodney Eggleston’s practice, March Studio, has garnered a reputation for producing highly sophisticated retail spaces and has perfected

Design Thinking, Disciplines, Stories

Reflection: ArchitectureAP Symposium

If we ponder the national discourse placing Australia in a position where ‘innovation’ is the proposed solution to enacting an

Disciplines, Features, Public Places, Sight + Sound, Stories

Review: UQ Architecture Lecture with Richard Kirk

Richard Kirk’s presentation at the UQ Architecture lecture was predominantly about how architects can contribute to the public realm of a

Disciplines, Local Focus, Public Places, Stories

Pre-fab Post-war Housing

After the Second World War, Australia faced a demand for housing which far outstripped the number available. In 1945, the

Disciplines, Public Places, Stories

Book Review: Hot Modernism Queensland Architecture 1945-1975

Hot Modernism Queensland Architecture 1945-1975 is one of the major outcomes of a large research project which set out to

Disciplines, Public Places, Stories

Review: UQ Architecture Lecture with Kieran Wong

Kieran Wong, of Western Australia based Coda Studio, is a natural raconteur who delivered a delightfully engaging presentation about his practice and

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Moon Hoon: The Architecture of Delight

Aesthetic delight in architecture is inherently subjective and Moon Hoon’s oeuvre is polarising. There is something inherently beguiling in the