Glenn Murcutt’s work has captivated me over the years. His attention to detail is phenomenal, he leaves nothing unchecked. I have spent countless hours with magnifying glass in hand looking at his working drawings, this exercise never gets old. It seems the more you look at them the more you learn. As a designer, there […]
The problem with 21 century architecture is that it strives to be desperately interesting. Desperately interesting architecture will not last, it will not become timeless. – Glenn Murcutt
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 […]
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 […]
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.
10. Bark Architecture Bark is run by husband and wife team, Lindy Atkin and Stephen Guthrie. Their aim is to create buildings that are designed from the inside out. Responding directly to the needs of the people who use them, buildings integrate delicately with the natural landscape, ensuring minimal environmental impact and maximum sustainability. Visually, […]