An occasional blog by a Sydney student, highlighting the odder pieces of architecture from overseas.
A bi-monthly online periodical with a focus on… you guessed it, Canberra.
“canberralab is … the actualisation of a latent desire of a group of young architects to establish a discourse within Canberra’s design community.”
Ronan Moss told the Canberra Times that… “one thing that needs to happen is we need to have more of an open discussion, outside of the usual conversations about Walter Burley Griffin and his plan, and the constraints of that plan.”
Sydneysider Dan Hill’s City of Sound blog has been steaming along since 2002, showing no loss of momentum (a rare thing). He describes his interests as gravitating, “towards recurring themes of cities, architecture, design, media and culture – often colliding in the same post.”
The video (see the full post ) is from a pecha kucha night so plenty of noise beware.
Well-researched articles about things architectural, by D.J. Huppatz at Swinburne Uni.
“Grain of Salt is a collection of thoughts predominantly on architecture and design by Perth Architect, Daniel Juengling.”
“It is time for action.
We welcome all designers, architects, homeowners and hunters, artists, purveyors of mid-century ephemera, and most importantly anyone who simply appreciates this era and Modernist design and who would like to know more.
We want to raise the profile of Mid-Century design and Modernist principles.
We want to see the integrity of these buildings in the suburbs, country and the coast acknowledged and preserved.
We want you to be a part of it.”
Perth’s Best has a growing collection of photos of Perth’s architecture mid Century onwards. Quite a few Iwanoffs and Donaldson and Warns.
Marcus Trimble’s follow-up to Gravestmor, keepin Sydney covered. This site also features the work of his practice.
Brought to you by a mudwrestling Australian and his friends: “TGM (The Grafik Museum) is a design blog, filled with posts from many creative industries, such as graphic design, architecture, art, fashion and much more. These come from creative individuals and design studios all over Australia.”
Dr Alan Davies: “The Melbourne Urbanist is a site for discussion about key issues in planning and development, particularly in my city, Melbourne, Australia.”