The climate crisis is now integral to any dialogue around architecture and design as the profession acknowledges its significant ongoing relationship with the natural world. This month we look at how local architectural practices are shifting the conversation around sustainability.
Adelaide loves to tout its global ‘liveability’ accreditations, and lately we’ve embraced aspirations to be a ‘Well City’ and a ‘National Park City’ – but how are we actually delivering on this much-celebrated reputation?
A decade on from the first Adelaide Riverbank Masterplan, and in the light of relentless development proposals for this Adelaide park lands precinct, is it time for a new plan?
Communities in Adelaide and other cities are pushing for a scale of development that suits their location and doesn’t steal their daylight, dwarf their backyard or destroy the character that gives soul to their streets.
This final instalment of InReview’s coverage of the 2021 SA Architecture Awards looks at the diverse entrants to the John S Chappel Award for residential architecture, along with some innovative multiple housing projects.
This week’s theme in our ongoing review of entries to the 2021 South Australian Architecture awards is heritage and adaption, with an additional focus on two small but sophisticated projects.