AR119 now on sale

March 30, 2011

The latest issue of Architectural Review Australia is now on newsstands.

The latest issue of Architectural Review Australia, AR#119, is now on sale. Focusing on ‘Material Craft’, this issue examines architecture’s continued fascination with craft – be it traditional timber construction or digital fabrication technology.

This issue’s cover story is Wood/Marsh’s Port Phillip Estate Winery, a robust and sculptural building on the Mornington Peninsula crafted from rammed earth, timber and concrete.

This issue also features the new Bayside Police Station, designed by FJMT. Breaking away from the fortress-like architectural form usually associated with police stations, FJMT have created a community building with an open interior and central spaces filled with natural light.

Other projects include James Russell Architect’s Raven Street House, an extension to a worker’s cottage in Brisbane; Atelier Wagner’s East Melbourne Terrace, a contemporary restoration of a mid-nineteenth century terrace house in inner-city Melbourne originally built by Joseph Reed; Donovan Hill’s Z House with its striking central courtyard; as well as Greeves Street House, A Fitzroy extension from Robert Simeoni Architects celebrating the area’s industrial heritage.

Also in the issue, interviews with Massimiliano Fuksas ahead of his appearance at ["DesignEX":] in April, and Lisa Iwamoto and Juhani Pallasmaa in preparation for their presentations at the 2011 AIA National Conference, ["Natural Artifice":].

And this issue’s Design Wall practice profile spotlights Dan Sparks, director of Sparks Architects – a member of the new generation of practices proudly building on the strain of regional modernism that defines the architecture of the Sunshine Coast.

*AR #119 is on newsstands now.*
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