AR 123: The Resilient City

Issue #123 of AR examines contemporary discourse surrounding ideas of ‘resilience’ in architecture and urban design in the face of unprecedented growth in our built environment.

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In this issue of Architectural Review Australia

  • On the cover: Charles Wright’s Cairns Botanic Gardens Visitors’ Centre
  • An interview with New Zealand Architect Sir Miles Warren, and a report on the regeneration of Christchurch by editor Simon Sellars
  • Reports on Urban Islands on Sydney’s Cockatoo Island; Resilience in Design: the 4th International Urban Design Conference on the Gold Coast; Urban Realities from the State of Design festival; and the Affirmative Architecture Symposium 2011 in Perth
  • Letter from Tokyo: Christian Dimmer looks at the challenges of creating more resilient architecture and infrastructure in earthquake- and tsunami-affected Japan
  • 500 Bourke Street Melbourne, John Wardle Architects
  • 1 Bligh Street in Sydney, by Ingenhoven Architekten and Architectus
  • Paul Morgan Architects, Trunk House
  • Montville House, Sparks Architects

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