Top five: Residential adaptive re-use
With the deadline for Boral’s adaptive re-use ideas competition fast approaching, our editors pick their favourite residential adaptive re-use projects from the last 10 years.
AR 123: The Resilient City
As many of the world’s cities groan under the strain of unprecedented urban sprawl, the current issue of Architectural Review Australia explores the concept of ‘resilience’ in architecture and urban design.
ADR’s top ten books of 2011
From the pages of AR and Inside, our editors pick their top ten books reviewed in 2011 on architecture, design and urbanism.
Helsinki, World Design Capital 2012
As the Finnish capital takes on the mantle of World Design Capital for 2012, Michael Carr considers the relevance of this growing institution and what it might mean to the Australian design community.
Design Conversations: 1 Bligh Street
Christoph Ingenhoven and Architectus director Ray Brown discuss their project 1 Bligh Street, arguably Australia’s first green office tower.
ADR’s 10 Biggest News Stories in 2011
The year in Australian architecture and design news, condensed into 10 bite-size chunks.
ADR’s Top 10 Features for 2011
Our list of the 10 most read features on ADR in 2011.
Interview: Sir Miles Warren
Sir Miles Warren is one of NZ’s most respected architects. Here he talks about the recent Christchurch quake and efforts at rebuilding.