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.
Rachel Armstrong talks about how using artificial cells can create create responsive buildings for the harsh 21st century.
Interview: Matt Chan
Matt Chan on winning the AIA NSW Emerging Architect Prize and the revitalisation of one of Sydney’s ugliest laneways.
The Regeneration of Christchurch
Expanding on the theme of the 2011 SCAPE Biennial in Christchurch, Simon Sellars reports on the possibilities for regeneration in the city through art and architecture.
Practice Profile: Officer Woods
Based in Fremantle, Officer Woods Architects are winning plaudits for an inventive portfolio that includes mainly residential commissions and, more recently, public and commercial projects, infusing their work with a sharp sense of localism and a firm collaborative method.
Interview: François Roche
Roche on authorship, the contradictions of architecture and possible future directions for the profession.