Phillip Drew, in his book ‘Leaves of Iron’ describes Glenn Murcutt’s architecture as a balance between the extremes of ‘outwardness’ and ‘inwardness’, a harmonisation between the expression of the house form as an independent vessel, complete unto itself and fully self-reliant. Drew P. Leaves of Iron. 1985. Pp 135. Murcutt’s ideals have provided the inspiration […]
Glenn delivers yet another inspirational talk about his beloved craft. What an honor it is to have teachers with such drive and passion in our life time. Soak it up people, this is gold! 2013 Public Lecture Series – GLENN MURCUTT
It’s interesting what you find when flicking through old computer files. The Sail House was a home that I designed back in 2002, unfortunately it was never realised. At that stage we didn’t have 3d software, all the images being in elevation and plan only. I thought that it would be interesting to convert it […]
Welcome to the Illusionary House. What is inside is outside, and what is outside in inside. The act of habitation occurs under a canopy of spaces that are engaged with in response to changing weather conditions. The home attempts to offer occupation as a matter of choice rather than through predetermined solution. Over time, it […]
Ok Guys this is a rare treat! PSA have just posted time laps footage of one of their latest houses, the ‘Land house’. I dearly love the work of Peter Stutchbury, for me his ideas and philosophies embed a purity of thought that is implicitly focused on lifestyle and livability. All his work achieves a level of […]
Hi Guys. This is a wonderful interview with Australian architect Peter Stutchbury. He is one of our greatest talents! Peter and his team continue to blur the boundaries between art, habitation and nature. Below are also some other websites belonging to architects he collaborates with. Enjoy! http://www.fergusscottarchitects.com.au/ http://www.jamesstockwell.com.au/projects/leura.htm
A 54 minute documentary on Australia architect Glenn Murcutt. Writer/director Peter Hyatt follows Murcutt to Sydney, Northern Australia, Papua New Guinea and Finland to observe his architecture and contribution to Green design well before sustainability became a catchphrase. Glenn Murcutt – Touch The Earth Lightly from Peter Hyatt on Vimeo.