As global focus turns towards the growing influence and power of the Far East, the architects of Australia are perfectly placed to respond with their own forward-looking visions. This book explores the sixteen most exciting young architectural studios in Australia, and the progressive projects built in Australasia that are winning them global attention. Highly attuned to the growing influence and economies of the Far East, where many of these architects are already working, Australia and the pioneering spirit of its creative community are well-placed to lead the way to the future. This will be an essential publication for the architectural community worldwide.
Table of Contents
Introduction; 16 architects' profiles: M3; Richard Kirk; Bark; David Boyle; Adam Haddow; Turner; Clinton Murray; Cassandra Complex; Elenburg Fraser; Neil + Idle; Minifie Nixon; Staughton; BKK; Terroir; Iredale Pederson Hook; Conclusion by Andrew Mackenzie.
Davina Jackson, author of Australian Architecture Now, is former editor of Architecture Australia magazine and currently associate professor of architecture at the University of New South Wales. Shannon McGrath is a well-known Australian photographer whose work has appeared in numerous international architecture and design journals, including AR, Vogue Living and Domus.