Category list : Australia
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AR House awards 2019 shortlisted: Perhaps harsh and impersonal from the outside, the Hawthorn House in Victoria by Edition Office is open and expansive within, engendering a strong sense of privacy
AR House awards 2019 shortlisted: Both public and private functions are accommodated under the sweeping shed roof of Partners Hill’s Longhouse in Daylesford
AR House awards 2019 commended: A delicate play of light and shadow permeates the spaces embracing the innermost sanctuary of this house in suburban Perth
As racial tensions rise, Candalepas Associates’ mosque carves a safe and serene sanctuary out of the Sydney suburb of Punchbowl
Parasitic orchids of zinc mesh shroud the cooling towers of this brewery conversion in central Sydney
The Sydney Opera House and Can Lis, both completed in 1973, are two of Jørn Utzon’s masterworks yet the products of a catalogue of errors
Square the circle: Green Square Library in Sydney, Australia by Stewart Hollenstein in association with Stewart ArchitectureSubscription
AR Library Winner: unconventional but uncompromising, Stewart Hollenstein’s Green Square development offers far more than the typical library
Kununurra Couthouse, Kununurra, Australia, by TAG Architects + Iredale Pederson Hook ArchitectsSubscription
An undulating grey roof shelters the courthouse, announcing the building’s presence without admonishment
Equestrian Centre in Melbourne, Australia by Seth Stein Architects and Watson Architecture + DesignSubscription
The horse is a noble beast, and as such has sometimes been treated to luxurious quarters, for example by architects as distinguished as Jules Hardouin-Mansart and Johann Fischer von Erlach. (Sometimes, but not always, as those who have seen the film Maîtresse, with its scene set in a horse abattoir, can attest.) Seth Stein and Watson Architecture + Design’s Equestrian Centre Merricks on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula is an impressive addition to this tradition, with its elegantly curved ...
AR House Shortlist 2017: decks and outdoor living rooms inhabit the chamfered façade of this house perched on Sydney’s rocky coastline