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Ritz & Ghougassian: Practice Profile,
Anzac Memorial: JPW & The NSW Government Architect’s Office,
The Beehive: Cox Raffaello & Luigi Rosselli,
Daylesford Longhouse: Partners Hill,
Aesop Gough Street: Koichi Takada Architects,
York Street House: March Studio,
Rail Operations Centre: Jackson Clements Burrows Architects,
Newstead Series: Jacobs & Smart Design Studio,
The Calile Hotel: bureau^proberts,
City Beach College: Iredale pedersen hook architects,
St. Andrew’s Hospital ECD expansion: Wiltshire + Swain.
WOWOWA: Practice Profile,
Spire Residences: John Wardle Architects,
Eatons Hill Hotel Complex: Cox Architecture,
Sam Sing Street: Collins And Turber & Environa Studio,
The Pool: NGV,
Make Ventures HQ: Tecture,
Australian Embassy: BVN Architecture,
Club Armstrong: Hayball,
Gympie Aquatic Centre: Liquid Blu Architects,
Folio Elements: Material Directory,
M/24 Apartments: Arm Architecture,
Practice Profile: Russell & George,
Inverdon House: Chloe Naughton,
Eve Apartments: DKO Architecture,
Clay Roof House: DRTAN LM Architect,
City Beach Life Saving Club: Christou Design Group,
Balwyn North: Maytas Architects,
Kensington Street: Turf Design Studio with Jeppe Aagaard Anderson,
Ivanhoe House: Kavellaris Urban Design Group,
Brickworks Pavilion: Russell & George, and Anna Meares
Velodrome: Cox Architecture.
Practice Profile: Kennedy Nolan,
Carlton Warehouse: Kennedy Nolan,
Applecross House: Iredale Pedersen Hook,
House Rosebank: Make Architecture,
Warehouse 8B:: Arturo Franco,
Wydle Street Apartments: SJB,
Laneway House: 9POINT9,
INaranga House: James Russell Architect,
Spiegel Haus: Carterwilliamson,
Elizabeth Quay: ARM Architecture,
Monash Earth Science: Rush Wright Associates,
Antica Pizzeria e Cucina: Genesin Studio.
DESIGNMAG: ISSUE 3
Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, Ultimo NSW
Nepean Mental Health Centre, Penrith NSW
Kensington Colleges, Kensington NSW
Aperture House, Highgate Hill QLD
Toll Group Freight Facility, Karawatha QLD
The Steampunk House, South Melbourne VIC
205 Gipps Street,Abbotsford VIC
Patrick’s Container Terminal, Port Botany NSW
Rehabilitation Unit Woy Woy NSW
Waters Edge,West End QLD
Pullenvale House, Pullenvale QLD
Studio Nine, Richmond VIC
Bristile Roofing Design Centre, NSW
Barangaroo Headland Park, Barangaroo NSW
The Block House, Pearl Beach NSW
Rail Training Facility, Kwinana WA
Three Parts House, Hawthorn VIC
Concord House, Concord NSW.
DESIGNMAG: ISSUE 2
Police Academy,Taperoo SA
Elsternwick House, Elsternwick VIC
Dapto Anglican Church Auditorium, Dapto NSW
Zanzibar House, Parrearra QLD
Harold Street Residence, Middle Park VIC
Fitton House, Mentone VIC
Clayfield House, Clayfield QLD
Stewart House, Palm Beach NSW
Park at Waterfront, Newstead QLD
Mabel Fidler Building, Gordon NSW
James Street, Fortitude Valley QLD
Pantanassa Monastery Monks’ Quarters, NSW
Cleveland Residence, Cleveland QLD.
DESIGNMAG: ISSUE 1
Rolling Cubes, Port Elliot SA
The Cullen Hotel, Prahran VIC
State Theatre Centre, Perth WA
Bisley Place house, QLD
House at Elizabeth Bay NSW
Katitjin Centre, Floreat WA
St Mary’s Cathedral, East Perth WA
Beach Road house,VIC
Moonee Ponds house,VIC.
THE MATERIAL CITY
The Material City explores the work of 50 of Australia’s leading architects whose work reflects the ongoing urban densification of our cityscapes, with an emphasis on medium to high-rise buildings.
Featuring a large cross-section of buildings, the case studies span a range of scales and project types and use a multitude of materials. These buildings are designed for living, working and relaxation, as well as supporting activities within the urban context. This includes multi-residential and mixed-use developments, commercial buildings, health and education facilities, a gallery, pool, shops and various forms of infrastructure.
In a collection of case studies, essays and technical articles representing the work of 60 of Australia’s leading and emerging architects, Materiality explores the creative endeavour of both the individual and the collective.
A state-by-state snapshot of Australian design, Materiality demonstrates the influence of source materials on design, exploring dynamic residential and commercial projects that use brick and block.
THE BREEZE BLOCK BOOK
Brickworks Building Products presents The Breeze Block Book, an exploration of the revived uptake of one of Australia’s most iconic building materials. The Breeze Block Book is dedicated to celebrating the past, present and future of the renowned Breeze Block.
Featured projects include work by world-renowned Swiss architecture firm, Herzog & de Meuron, Japanese design extraordinaire Shigeru Ban, and Mexican industry trailblazer, Frida Escobedo. As well as work by Partners Hill, Kevin Mark Low, Edition Office and Archi Union among others.