The RAIA’s Victorian magazine, lots of guest editors so the content is never predictable.
AR is now one of the big daddies of the architecture media in australia. It doesn’t have any online content of the magazine, but they have a separate website that includes many articles.
One of Australia’s biggest and most reliable architecture magazines. Back issues are available to read online.
“A new independent publication exploring mid 20th Century design, art, architecture and furniture in Brisbane.”
Some images from past issues can be viewed on the website.
A one-off print magazine coinciding with Victoria’s State of Design Festival 2009. Just a poster on the website, telling us where we can buy it, but they hint at more.
A Japanese magazine shop in central Melbourne with a nice selection of Japanese architecture publications, fresh off the plane.
This Sydney-centred magazine has had an online offshoot delivering news and pics almost daily since 2004.
Zoomable scans of the first few issues of Post are free to view. Post reckons it’s an accessible student-intiated mag that’s definitely not your conventional archijournal.
“POST is an accessible student initiated magazine. Architecture journals traditionally critique buildings just after completion, contributing to their portrayal as static and uncontaminated objects.
POST sits outside of this convention, revisiting spaces. It explores architecture as an ever-involving process, acknowledging that the success of a space largely depends upon its relationship with the inhabitant. POST aims to represent multiple attitudes towards architecture from inhabitant through to practitioner; architect, developer, builder, artist, interior designer, writer etc.”
Nice publication which looks indepth at projects world-wide. The PDFs of all magazines are there for the viewing.