Archiecture Australia June 2013

Words – Jeff Malpas Sometimes it can take time for the vision that belongs with a practice to emerge in a way that can be widely recognized or understood. In the case of Room 11, a practice based around the quartet of Tom Bailey, Nathan Crump, Aaron Roberts, and James Wilson, and now operating with offices in both Hobart and …

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100 Contemporary Houses Vol 2 – Taschen

Innovations at home Exceptional contemporary houses from Chile to Croatia to China Designing private homes offers architects more freedom than corporate projects to express their ideas and try out new concepts. Conceiving living spaces is not without its own set of challenges, for which architects are forever looking for innovative solutions—rethinking the way we inhabit our home and live our …

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INFRASTRUCTURE AS ARCHITECTURE

  SCOTT LLOYD + KATRINA STOLL Jovis Publishers, Berlin, 2010 The spatial needs of contemporary cities and their supporting infrastructures stretch far beyond traditional city, territorial and national borders. New cultural practices are formed in these expanding contexts, allowing projects from terra-forming infrastructures to open-source design systems to grace the anthologies of architectural strategy and expression. This ventures architecture deeper into the …

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FALLEN – ISSUE 10

  WORDS Kara Allen & Lauren Whiffen Editors/Creative Directors – FALLEN   In the year 2100, the mainland of Australia will be connected to Tasmania via a grand infrastructure project. Spanning Hobart to Melbourne, the umbilical bridge will act as a spine for high-speed transit, allowing hyper-connectivity for personal, commercial and agricultural commodities. It will initiate new urban centers, thereby …

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A Place in the Sun

Review by ARCHITECTUREAU Much like the ancient Egyptians did, Australians worship the sun. It might not be a holy devotion in our case, but there’s still an attachment that, in turn, is reflected in our homes. The houses featured in this book are intelligent examples of designing around light – whether it be working with the sun to create homes that reduce …

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ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW 125 – GASP STAGE 1

Room11′s GASP! Boardwalk is the first stage of an art and sculpture park in the Hobart suburb of Glenorchy. Building on the success of MONA, it revitalises the edge of Elwick Bay with creative architecture, bringing exuberance to the waterfront. Photographer Jasmin Latona Author Judith Abell Down on the river, within the bounds of the City of Glenorchy, something extraordinary is happening. …

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Architectural Review 114

Practice Profile: Room11 June 24, 2010 Despite its relative youth, Room11 is fast accumulating a body of work both complex and refined. Author Michael Roper At first glance Room11 cuts a familiar profile, its built oeuvre consisting largely of the kind of well-mannered bushland residences that litter our brief yet rich history of architectural park rangers. Its projects speak of the …

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Architecture Australia JAN / FEB 2010

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ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW 106 – Kingston House

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Architectural Review 94

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AR August 2009

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