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The latest issue of Architectural Review Australia, our final issue for 2010, marks the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century. To mark the occasion, AR has asked a host of Australian critics and thought leaders for their opinions on the developments across the country over the last ten years. Though a relatively short period of time, the past decade has been a significant one for Australian architecture.
This issues cover story is Jackson Clements Burrows Architects Henley Street Residence in Barwon Heads. This coastal home features a circular form at its heart, wrapped in a rhythmic timber skin.
Other projects in this issue include Durbach Blocks Garden House in Sydney; Nervagna Reed Architecture + pH architects White House a contemporary home on a narrow block in Melbournes Prahran; Bates Smarts Queanbeyan Government Service Centre; Gunn Dyring Architecture and Urban Designs latest residential design in regional Victoria; and New Zealand practice Kebbell Daishs house/studio designed for artist Peter Adsett.
Also in this issue, AR interviews Japanese architect Takaharu Tezuka and Romaldo Giurgola, the architect of Parliament House.
And in this issues Design Wall practice profile, Kieran Wong and Emma Williamson of Perth firm CODA Studio discuss their growing practice and their ever-increasing range of work.
*AR #118 is on newsstands now.*
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