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Flinders Street shortlist

posted 10.12 in news.

The shortlisted entrants for the Flinders Street Design Competition were announced on Sunday. Many of Melbourne’s larger more established practices are represented. Only ARM and NH chose to go it alone, with the other Melbourne practices...

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ARM pay respect

posted 08.11 in news.

Ashton Raggatt McDougall won the About Face award this evening at the Think Brick awards in Myer’s Mural Hall. In a generous move, ARM director Ian McDougall immediately donated the $20,000 bounty to the trust fund set up for Nick Murcutt...

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ARM TV

posted 06.11 in news.

ARM’s self-made video, part 1. Walk into the offices, and a chat with the directors. They are all looking a little jaundiced. Fond memories of the ‘trials of fire’ of the Half Time club.

Media, museum

posted 10.10 in news.

In a Weekend Australian in late August, Christopher Allen reviewed an exhibition being held at the National Museum of Australia. The review (of Yiwarra Kuju: The Canning Stock Route) is pushed to the end of a long spiel on the 10 year old...

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ARM get gonged

posted 07.09 in news.

Not unpredictably, Ashton Raggatt McDougall grabbed the Gold Logie at the Victorian Architecture Awards for the Melbourne Recital Centre. A good rundown of last night can be found, oddly enough, on the American Bustler website. Also, the South...

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Surface Agitation

posted 02.09 in news.

Melbourne Recital Centre is to open on Monday, plugging the last gap in a sequence of arts buildings running from Hamer Hall to The Malthouse theatre a kilometre away. The Age was shown through the recital centre by ARM architect Ian McDougall and...

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Ashton Raggatt McDougall

posted 02.08 in resources.

Radio National: Charles Jencks

posted 09.01 in news.

Interviewed while in Australia in 2001 (transcript).

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