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443 07:08 Australia – Living off the Land

eshop.publisher: The Japan Architect
eshop.release_year: 2009
eshop.issn: 03899160
eshop.format: 132 stran, 22 x 29 cm, pb
eshop.language: english, japan
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Reflective of the recent trajectory of Australian architecture, the twelve small housing projects featured here grapple in their own particular ways with the themes of sustainability, digital futures, indigenous cultures and landscape/urbanism. Accompanied by plans and texts, architects featured include: Glenn Murcutt, Sean Godsell, Durbach Block, Stutchbury and Pape and John Wardle Architects.

Essay: Philip Goad - Small = Big, Islands + Space: New Australian Architecture

Wendy Lewin & Glenn Murcutt: Lewin & Murcutt House

Interview: Glenn Murcutt - Thoughts on the Ecology of Architecture

Sean Godsell Architects - St Andrews Beach House, Future Shack
Durbach Block Architects - Holman House, Sixel Miller Cottage
Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects - Walmajarri Community Centre, Sheep House

Essay: Chris Abel - A Fragile Habitation: Coming to Terms with the Australian Landscape

Stutchbury and Pape - Springwater, Beach House
John Wardle Architects - Vineyard Residence
Jackson Clements Burrows Architects - Cape Schanck House
O’Connor + Houle Architecture - Heide Redevelopment
Gregory Burgess Architects - Twelve Apostles Visitor Centre
Donovan Hill - N House
Casey Brown Architecture - James-Robertson House
Troppo Architects - Retreat at Cap du Voltigeur