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From the archives: John Wardle, Office dA

September 3, 2009

Following their triumph in the Melbourne University competition, we review our coverage of John Wardle Architects and Office dA to date.

John Wardle Architects

From AR 098, Leon van Schaik charts the rise of John Wardle Architects from local firm working on small-scale projects to established national practice, with a detailed discussion of five notable John Wardle Architects projects completed up to 2006.
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The Melbourne-based firm has a wealth of experience when it comes to award-winning educational buildings. Here we take a look at two of them – the Queensland Brain Institute at the University of Queensland and the Jane Foss Russell Building at the University of Sydney.

Office dA

Office dA discuss their interest in materials, construction techniques and the importance of research in an interview with David Neustein in AR 109.
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Office dA’s practice output places research front and centre. Here we review two projects that radically push the boundaries of material technologies and construction techniques: Banq and Helios House.

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