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Praise for the graphic design of God in Reverse “...looks like no other architect monograph we've ever seen”

God in Reverse Reviews

Praise for the graphic design of <i>God in Reverse</i> “...looks like no other architect monograph we've ever seen”

The editors of American Institute of Graphic Arts Eye on Design's Design Diary have included Richard Goodwin's God in Reverse in their no. 242 issue.

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Angelo Candalepas: Australian Islamic Mission "records a significant and rare achievement"

Angelo Candalepas Reviews

<i>Angelo Candalepas: Australian Islamic Mission</i> "records a significant and rare achievement"

Erich Mayer has reviewed Angelo Candalepas: Australian Islamic Mission for ArtsHub Writing & Publishing: “Angelo Candalepas: Australian Islamic Mission records a significant and rare achievement – the building of a beautiful, modern, architect-designed place of worship.’ While noting that some of the more detailed sections “are not designed for the layperson”, Mayer highlights both Angelo Candalepas' and Maryam Gusheh's essays as providing comments of interest to the general public. He particularly enjoyed Candalepas' comments on the nature of concrete – “By taking every effort to ensure a craftsman-like result, concrete forms offer a playfulness or joy to the eye.” Mayer also comments that Gusheh's...

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Architecture in its Continuums "A clarion call for a new approach"

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Architecture in its Continuums "A clarion call for a new approach"

UK-based architect and educator Deborah Saunt has penned a two-page review in the latest Architecture Australia of Leon van Schaik's Architecture in its Continuums, published by Uro earlier this year.  Saunt describes the book as a "clarion call for a new approach" to architecture. As she writes: "Architecture in its Continuums is a succinct and engaging manifesto on how architects need to reclaim and celebrate the unique importance of spatial intelligence, an intangible but significant skill that harnesses the potential of space to reveal latent qualities and engender wellbeing." The review comes hot-on-the-heels of the book's recent win at the Australian Graphic Design Awards. You can...

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Architecture Australia reviews Studio Futures

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Architecture Australia reviews Studio Futures

‘Studio Futures powerfully and persuasively examines how the "changing trajectories" of architectural education in Australia and New Zealand will have a positive impact on practice and not just on pedagogy.’ ­– Harriet Harriss, Architecture Australia Architecture Australia’s July/August issue features a three-page review of our recent release, Studio Futures: Changing Trajectories in Architectural Education. The review was penned by architect, author and educator Harriet Harriss, who leads the PhD Architecture and PhD Interior Futures programs at the Royal College of Art in London. Studio Futures examines contemporary practices in design education, with a particular focus on the studio model, to...

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