Above: Marion Mahony Griffin, one of the first licensed female architects in the world. Image courtesy Parlour/National Library of Australia PIC/9929/2046. Parlour has announced the launch of Marion’s List, a new public register for the women of Australian architecture and the built environment. “We need never again accept the excuse, ‘We asked a woman, but she wasn’t available’,” says […]
The price for public artwork is often high, but if a council, investor or developer makes the right decision, it can be the drawcard that leads to significant economic gains. In AR144, Fenella Kernebone investigates the role that public art plays and how it can become a destination in its own right.