narrow to country
The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco is out of the way now, sandwiched between The Presidio military barracks and a residential neighbourhood.
19.06.14 in buildings heritage
Perhaps read these first or things won’t make sense: Keep Reading...
12.04.13 in buildings
A week ago three people died while they were walking down Swanston Street.
07.04.13 in buildings
On Thursday afternoon two young pedestrians were Keep Reading...
31.03.13 in buildings
Tower Melbourne (left and middle), Abode 318 (right).
15.08.12 in buildings heritage
The National Mutual tower in Collins Street (Godfrey & Spowers, Hughes, Mewton and Lobb) lost a marble facade tile today, clearing the plaza 10 storeys below.
30.01.12 in buildings
The Australia Council yesterday announced its shortlist for the Venice pavilion competition.
24.11.11 in buildings
Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu let the Keep Reading...
10.11.11 in film buildings
The news caught up with me on the morning of September 12th 2001, when I got to work.
11.09.11 in buildings
DCM’s long-awaited visitors’ centre at Stonehenge is about to be built, Keep Reading...
10.06.11 in buildings sustainability
A great 2007 doco is on Keep Reading...
06.06.11 in buildings
The Oz tin shed is to be replaced.
04.06.11 in buildings
Good? Bad? Ugly? All three? This video from Sunday’s Art Nation also contains a glimpse of Lab’s ideas for Fed Square East.
23.05.11 in buildings video-clips
Architect / protaganist: Federation Square
As a preface to an upcoming article on prefab housing, which may not be ready for a while… here is a Grand Designs repeat about the construction of a german Keep Reading...
21.05.11 in buildings
Here’s a link to ABC 730 Tasmania’s Keep Reading...
19.05.11 in buildings heritage
Architect / protaganist: State Offices (Hobart)
OK, so you’ve paid $32M for a site in Point Piper, but it’s not on the sea side of the road, and its pretty damn steep.
05.01.11 in buildings weird-wonderful
20.12.10 in buildings