The latest issue of Architecture Australia is available to view online. If you are a New South Wales resident, you can use your registered library card to start reading straight away!
Australia Architecture is the national magazine of the Australian Institute of Architects. In this issue, you can read up on projects like Garden House, which blurs the boundaries of home and garden, or Pelican Street and its sense of remoteness in an urban setting. Sheona Thomson explores the impact of “digital disruption” on physical spaces of teaching and learning, while Steve Coster explores the digital age and workplaces.
If you are after more than just a taste of the latest architectural news, you can always download one of the library’s ebooks on the topic. Some of our latest titles include the following:
Architectural history retold by Paul Davies
An ‘unstuffy’ approach to architectural history, designed to help the reader look beyond individual components and recognise the bigger picture.
Big little house : small houses designed by architects by Donna Kacmar.
Explore twenty real-life house all under 100 square metres.
Hanok: the Korean house by Nani Park and Robert J. Fouser and photography by Jongkeun Lee.
A showcase of twelve Hanoks, or traditional Korean homes, and a movement that is experiencing a renaissance, with the use of traditional materials and incorporation of natural elements.
Image: Rose Seidler House, 1951. From the album Sir John Sulman award winning buildings, 1934-1966 : photographs and descriptions, Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales. Digital order number: a1337003.