Interview: Thom Mayne
Pritzker Prize winner and Morphosis founder Thom Mayne on authorship, Rationalism and the principles that guide his practice.
Profile: Keith Melbourne
Andrew Mackenzie delves into the world of Australian designer Keith Melbourne, whose work is a fusion of craft and streamlined engineering.
Bernstein on the future of architecture
The days of plans, sections and elevations are dead. Phil Bernstein, Autodesk VP and lecturer at Yale, on the end of architecture as we know it.
Wambamboo travels to China
Australian designer Kent Gration takes on the unlikely challenge of promoting the value of bamboo to the Asia Pacific region.
Autodesk University 2010
We journey to this year’s Autodesk conference in Las Vegas, where buzzwords abound. Behind the hype, though, lie some very big ideas.
Here comes Wonderwall
Gillian Serisier gets a whirlwind tour of the work of Japanese design phenomenon, Wonderwall the designers behind the new Sydney Westfield.
Practice Profile: mac.interactive architects
The work of emerging Sydney practice mac.interactive reads as a unique blend of technological pragmatism and a firm belief in architectures power to communicate.
World Architecture Festival: Day Three
Josh McAlister reports on the final day of the 2010 World Architecture Festival in Barcelona, where conference finally gave way to festivity.