A weekly guide to what’s going on in the less obvious places in Melbourne.
RMIT’s respected but long out of print guide to Melbourne architecture – well stocked with maps, photos and profiles.
A new maps-based visual index of buildings around the world.
A guide to architecture in Northern Norway – Nordland, Troms, Finnmark and Svalbard – these are some very cold looking buildings.
This looks handy.
“Building Connections is a multi layered resource aimed at supporting the teaching of architecture units as part of the Visual Arts Syllabus Stage 6.
This site has been around as long as Butterpaper! Martin Morrell accumulates photos, addresses, and news of Canberra’s mid-century modernist housing.
A nice little site with a good survey of modern houses in Christchurch circa 1940 to the 1980s.
Dead shopping centres of the U.
“This guide gives a basic introduction to ecological sustainability issues and specifically how the built environment affects them.
The Victorian State Governments “Good Design Case Studies” web resource contains a variety of infill houses and multi-residential projects that they think hit the mark.
“guiding architects is an international network for architectural guided tours.
This year’s PDF survey of salary ranges in the construction industry, by Hays.
An extract on Hong King’s architecture from Frommer’s Hong Kong Day By Day .
Confused by a blurry old drainage plan covered in random letters?
A diary of everything architectural going on in London.
Stuart Harrison’s two page guide to Melbourne architecture – useful for visitors.
This is a great resource for contemporary european buildings – photos, maps, and most importantly, addresses.
Google map put together in late 2008 on the occasion of the Powerhouse exhibition, Modern Times.