Life Architecturally follows internationally acclaimed husband and wife team, architect Robert McBride and interior designer Debbie Ryan... This intimate documentary observes the pressures of building a multi-story, twin-tower development; revolutionary new schools, one in the shape of an infinity symbol, and the ongoing construction and design of their own family home – which is on the backburner once again due to how busy they are. — vimeo.com
This crazy building is a real live structure and it's also Australia's very first carbon neutral building. Recently completed, the Pixel Building is an office building located on the former CUB Brewery site in Melbourne. — Inhabitat.com
Over twenty architects, designers, philosophers and photographers across Sydney have participated in a series of creative conversations, which transform the image of this harbour city from generic postcard perfection to a set of multiplicitous, individual urban narratives. These are networks of surrender, whose ambition is not the cohesion of a finished, consumerable product, but the construction of new communities for creative work. — Gwangju-Design-Biennale_MEDIA-RELEASE.pdf
"Networks of surrender" sits in the ‘Communities’ sub-section of the 2011 Gwangju Design Biennale alongside four other invited cities: Johannesburg, Macau, Medellín, and Tel Aviv-Jaffa. The exhibition is a collaboration between three practitioners/academics Samantha Spurr...
GLENN Murcutt, Australia's most internationally recognised architect, famous for the expression ''touching the ground lightly'', won't be able to get his hands near the competition to design a new Australian Pavilion in Venice. — smh.com.au
World-renowned architect Frank Gehry has unveiled plans for his first building in Australia - a state-of-the-art business school to be built in Sydney. The building will feature a wrinkly facade built using a combination of brick and glass. "The hardest thing to do with modern architecture is...
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