THE ARCHITECTS FINAL SHOW live from RIVERLAND in Melbourne

ALL WELCOME - come down from 6pm! Broadcasting 7-8pm, as always...

 

SPECIAL GUESTS:

 

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TOP TEN for 2014 and TOP TENS for TEN years.....

2014:

1 The Commons, Melbourne, Breathe Architecture
2 Upper House Apartments, JCB
3 TRI, Brisbane, Donavan Hill + Wilson Architects
4 House for Trees,Vietnam by Vo Trong Nghia Architects
5 Canberra Arboretum, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer and Taylor Cullity Lethlean
6 Adelaide Oval, Cox/Hames Sharley
7 Melbourne School of Design, JWA/NADAAA
8 Stonehenge Visitor Centre, DCM
9 Dallas Brooks Community Primary School, MCR
10 Jeffrey Smart Building – UniSA, Wardle and Phillips/Pilkington

 

for the last 10 years our winners were:

2005 Templestowe Park Primary, MCR
2006 Old House, Richmond, JCB
2007 Brisbane Girls Grammar, M3 Architecture
2008 Skinner's Park, South Melbourne, Phooey
2009 Highline Park, NYC, Field Operations with Diller Scofidio + Renfro
2010 Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park), Cox
2011 8 House, BIG Architects
2012 RMIT SAB, Lyons
2013 Prince Alfred Park Pool, Neeson Murcutt
2014 The Commons, Brunswick, Breathe Architecture

 

 

 

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TONIGHT as we wind down towards our final show we have 3 very special guests joining us for a conversation about the last 10 years of Australian Architecture, Carey Lyon (Lyons - http://www.lyonsarch.com.au/), Peter Bennetts (architectural photographer - http://www.peterbennetts.com/), Conrad Hamann (Architectural Historian and academic - http://architecture.rmit.edu.au/People/conradhamann.php).

 EVENTS

  • Pinup are presenting one last show at the Compound and the launch of Pin-Up Roaming, with a specially designed installation by Searle x Waldron, Thursday 4th December at 6.30pm The Compound Interest, 15-25 Keele St, Collingwood - one night only! 
  • Process: Annual Debate is happening on December 1st, this year’s debate is ARCHITECTURE IS NOT COLLEGIAL, on the affirmative team is Alison Cleary, Mercedes Mambort & Adam Pustola and one the negative team is Bruce Allen, Clare Cousins & Tom Morgan, 6pm at Loop Bar.
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Antony Martin from MRTN Architects

Above: Fairfield Hacienda by MRTN, photo by Peter Bennetts

above: Middle Park Makeover by MRTN.

Antony's Instagram feed

AND - Interview with Andrew Burns, his Crescent House opens at Heidi:

 

NEWS:

National Architectural Award Winners

 

 

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Antony Martin from MRTN Architects

Above: Fairfield Hacienda by MRTN, photo by Peter Bennetts

above: Middle Park Makeover by MRTN.

Antony's Instagram feed

AND - Interview with Andrew Burns, his Crescent House opens at Heidi:

 

NEWS:

National Architectural Award Winners

 

 

Direct download: The-Architects-20141111.mp3
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Antony Martin from MRTN Architects

Above: Fairfield Hacienda by MRTN, photo by Peter Bennetts

above: Middle Park Makeover by MRTN.

Antony's Instagram feed

AND - Interview with Andrew Burns, his Crescent House opens at Heidi:

 

NEWS:

National Architectural Award Winners

 

 

Direct download: The-Architects-20141111.mp3
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CUP DAY SPECIAL

We talk Jean Paul Gaultier with NGV fashion curator Paola Di Trocchio

 

ALSO - we talk to Katherine Sampson on the reboot of Architects for Peace

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REVIEW SHOW

Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, at University of Melbourne by John Wardle and NADAAA

images: Peter Bennetts

The Forever House, Thames & Hudson

AND Eva Prats from Flores & Prats joins us in the studio

above: Building 111 by Flores & Prats

Eva will be speaking in Brisbane as part of AFFIRMATIVE ARCHITECTURE

 

NEWS & EVENTS

The Architects will finish its ten year run on air Tue Dec 9 – big party and broadcast to be announced soon!

 

 

29 October - Raising the Green Bar: How Can Melbourne Learn from Nature? Panel discussion @ Fed Square

All week- Free public exhibition of the winners from the 2014 Victorian Architecture Awards at Fed Square. The Exhibition also includes the chance to vote for the People’s Choice Prize for Public Architecture. Voting can also be done online at the MAA website.

1 November – Ask an Architect free consultation sessions @ Fed Square. To help would-be renovators and home-builders get their projects going, FREE consultations with architects will be available at Federation Square during MA|A. A consultation with an experienced architect provides a great opportunity for you to discuss your ideas, questions, plans, sketches, drawings, photos or budget.

1 November - Stories of a Life in Architecture @ Fed Square. Join five of Australia’s leading designers sharing their stories of a life in architecture in a panel discussion.

28th October - VYAG scavenge ARCHItecture hunt for MA|A

  • Affirmative Architecture   Brisbane Oct 31 & Nov 1. It has been conceived as an annual event that seeks to define an emergent trend amongst young architects and designers to re-engage with the ability of architecture to make life better.

  • Chapter House Lane opening Thu Nov 6 - Deb Mansfield

  • PROCESS - second Monday of the month due to cup day so it will run on the 10th of November (6pm) - East meets West - Lets discuss the Fuss (east west link) at Loop Bar, Melbourne

 

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FORECAST FESTIVAL of LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

 

AND Donavan Hill/Wilson Architects Translational Research Institute (TRI):

AUSTRALIAN MEDAL FOR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 

National Arboretum Canberra Masterplan – Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer

National Arboretum Canberra Masterplan – Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer. Image:  John Gollings

DESIGN

The Australian Garden Completion by Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Paul Thompson. Image:  Peter Hyatt

National Award of Excellence

The Australian Garden Completion – Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Paul Thompson

National Awards

Keast Park – Site Office

Prince Alfred Park & Pool – Sue Barnsley Design, Neeson Murcutt Architects and City of Sydney

River Quay – Cardno

LAND MANAGEMENT

National Awards

Toomuc Creek – Fitzgerald Frisby Landscape Architecture

Wanginu Park – GbLA Landscape Architects

South West Victoria Landscape Assessment Study by Planisphere. Image:  Tracey Kruger

PLANNING

National Award of Excellence

South West Victoria Landscape Assessment Study – Planisphere 

National Awards

GCRT 2031 (Gold Coast Rapid Transit Corridor Study) – Hassell

Slacks Creek Futures Study – Lat27

Wianamatta Regional Park Masterplan – Environmental Partnership NSW 

Living Architecture: Where science meets design by Fifth Creek Studio.

RESEARCH & COMMUNICATION

National Award of Excellence

Living Architecture: Where science meets design – Fifth Creek Studio

National Awards

Lake Pedder - from Inundation to Restoration – Corkery Consulting

Making Landscape Architecture in Australia – Dr Andrew John Saniga, The University of Melbourne

Tickle Booklets – Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Revitalising Central Dandenong: Lonsdale Street Redevelopment by BKK Architects/TCL Partnership. Image: John Gollings

URBAN DESIGN

National Award of Excellence

Revitalising Central Dandenong: Lonsdale Street Redevelopment – BKK Architects/TCL Partnership

National Award

North Wharf Promenade, Silo Park and Jellicoe Street – Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Wraight + Associates

EDNA WALLING NATIONAL AWARD FOR RESIDENTIAL DESIGNED LANDSCAPES

North Adelaide and Adelaide Villa Gardens – Taylor Cullity Lethlean

NATIONAL PRESIDENT’S AWARD

WA Women in Landscape Architecture – Greg Grabasch, UDLA

 

NEWS & EVENTS

  • Public lecture: Julie Bargmann, Landscape Architect. .Wed 22nd October. Bowls Club 6pm

  • Melbourne Architecture Annual. MAA website: http://wp.architecture.com.au/melbournearchitecture/

    29 October - Raising the Green Bar: How Can Melbourne Learn from Nature? Panel discussion @ Fed Square

    All week- Free public exhibition of the winners from the 2014 Victorian Architecture Awards at Fed Square. The Exhibition also includes the chance to vote for the People’s Choice Prize for Public Architecture. Voting can also be done online at the MAA website.

    1 November – Ask an Architect free consultation sessions @ Fed Square. To help would-be renovators and home-builders get their projects going, FREE consultations with architects will be available at Federation Square during MA|A. A consultation with an experienced architect provides a great opportunity for you to discuss your ideas, questions, plans, sketches, drawings, photos or budget.

    1 November - Stories of a Life in Architecture @ Fed Square. Join five of Australia’s leading designers sharing their stories of a life in architecture in a panel discussion.

  • Affirmative Architecture   Brisbane Oct 31 & Nov 1. It has been conceived as an annual event that seeks to define an emergent trend amongst young architects and designers to re-engage with the ability of architecture to make life better

  • MADA events: 1) Mitsubishi Seminar 2014- Interactive Futures Glimpses from Japan Featuring a panel on "Shifts in Interactionwith the Built Environment" Monday 27 October at the Monash Law Chambers.

  • 2) Public Lecture by CAt: Kazuhiko Kojima and Kazuko Akamatsu 6:30pm Tuesday 28 October at the State Library of Victoria Village Roadshow Theatrette.

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Tonight Rob Stent and Ann Lau from Hayball will be joining us.

Hayball: Library at the Dock.

Hayball: MY80

Hayball: Dandenong Road Apartments

NEWS & EVENTS

  • MADA events: 1) Mitsubishi Seminar 2014- Interactive Futures Glimpses from Japan Featuring a panel on "Shifts in Interactionwith the Built Environment" Monday 27 October at the Monash Law Chambers.
  • 2) Public Lecture by CAt: Kazuhiko Kojima and Kazuko Akamatsu 6:30pm Tuesday 28 October at the State Library of Victoria Village Roadshow Theatrette.
  • At the MPavilion this week and in collaboration with the Robin Boyd Foundation, we have ‘THE AUSTRALIAN UGLINESS’ LUNCHTIME READING, Free! Every day (except Sun) from 8 Oct 2014, 12.00pm–12.15pm.  This week’s readers include, Kate Rhodes, Philip Goad and Nic Dowse.
  • Also at the Mpavilion this week on Friday 17 October from 6-7pm as part of the Melbourne Festival, is ‘Where do I belong” The Psychology of Space where choreographer Anouk van Dijk, Chunky Move’s Robert Cousins and artist Callum Morton explore the different ways in which diverse artists curate, or choreograph, the audience’s relationship with their work.  This is a free event.
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