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Sustainability - Your laws do not apply to me

posted 11.11 in news.

Readings sale table, 2011 The Fifth Estate reported in late August that the AIA Sustainability Awards were on their way out, having done their dash. A photo caption summed it up: “It’s over: green bling gongs all gone.” Unable...

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NSW Awards exhibition

posted 08.09 in events.

3 – 15 AUGUST, 10.00am – 5.00pm (EXCLUDING SUNDAYS)
SYDNEY’S CENTRE FOR ARCHITECTURE
TUSCULUM
3 MANNING STREET, POTTS POINT
FREE ADMISSION

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Awards time

posted 10.08 in news.

Melbourne architects gathered the lion’s share at the ®AIA national awards. The Melbourne Age gives a straightforward listing of the winning projects, Elizabeth Farrelly at the Sydney Morning Herald is not taking it as easily . To...

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Lotsa buildings

posted 10.08 in news.

Wow, free internet. I’ve lost my bearings wandering about a huge room at the WAF filled with A2 panels describing many of the hundreds of entries to the awards. The good folk here have just launched a web site which shows the full 722...

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Unbuilt

posted 12.07 in news.

The winners of the Architecture Australia Unbuilt Prize for 2007 can now be viewed online. The overall winner was A Clinic for the Exhausted, by RMIT student Michael Spooner. I don’t understand it, but as an exercise in drawing it is fairly...

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Cape Tank

posted 12.07 in news.

The Age interviews Melbourne architect Paul Morgan about his Robin Boyd award-winning house in Cape Schanck. “The tank was the first thing that Morgan drew when he sat down to design the house”.

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