Simon Whibley’s practice merged with Workshop Architecture in about 2016.
[ In early 2019, the Thorntons’ older website was still available here: http://www.thorntonarchitecture.com/ ]
Dymphna Clark discusses the Manning Clark house by Robin Boyd with the ABC in 1994. A fine interview in which we learn that Dympha first heard of Boyd reading The Age in isolated Croydon…
Martin Morrell accumulates photos, addresses, and news of Canberra’s mid-century modernist housing.
Guest lectures from 2015, and maybe beyond, at Bond University’s Abedian School of Architecture.
Tom Bunny’s selection of the world’s more peculiar buildings. The website was turned into a spammy real estate site around 2014, so best access the original via the web archive.
Through The Infinite City, we tell stories of people and place, design and belonging, survival and celebration in Belfast & beyond.
“The initiative group of MAPS consists of young architects, historians, heritage managers and journalists from different countries. We work in close cooperation with preservationists, architects and historians within Russia and abroad to raise awareness about the present destruction of the city’s historical buildings. Through these contacts, we are working to give Russian preservationists and Muscovites a greater international voice. We invite international experts to advise on more sustainable approaches to the historic built environment.”
ArchiTeam Cooperative is a membership association for Australian architects working in small, medium and emerging practices.
NA M are interested in following and partaking in the journey of people as they embark upon one of the most exhilarating, terrifying, exhausting and rewarding endeavours an architect could ever make – their own practice… NA M’s gatherings feature brief and concise presentations by local practices, talking about their projects, featuring them at various stages from speculative to completion.
The Architects for Peace Pro Bono service began in 2006, connecting community groups with architects working pro bono.
Website for the Alvar Aalto Museum and Muuratsalo Experimental House in Jyväskylä, as well as the Aalto House and Studio Aalto in Helsinki.