Category Archives: Interviews

Crisis or Opportunity? Red+Black interview with Thomas Fisher

One of the standout highlights of the 2o16 National Architecture Conference, How Soon is Now, was the closing keynote address delivered by Thomas Fisher.  Thomas Fisher is a professor in the School of Architecture, the Dayton Hudson Chair in Urban … Continue reading

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Red +Black Discussion with Adam Bandt: Cities, Architecture and the Federal Government – Part 2

This post is a continuation of the interview with Adam Bandt MP on cities, architecture and the role of the Federal Government in influencing them. If you missed part one of this two part series you can view it here. Red … Continue reading

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Red +Black Discussion with Adam Bandt: Cities, Architecture and the Federal Government – Part 1

In case you have not been reading the papers, 2016 is a federal election year for Australia. What makes this election year different to most is that the issue of our cities is shaping up to be a red hot election … Continue reading

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The opportunities of Melbourne Metro Rail, a discussion with Justin Marden.

With the Victorian Government proceeding with Melbourne Metro Rail Tunnel, further details have begun to emerge as to how the project will be delivered and what the benefits to Melbourne will be. It is perhaps the right moment to consider … Continue reading

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Ted Baillieu, The Architect Premier – Part 4

From November 2010 through to March 2013, Victoria had Ted Baillieu, an architect, as Premier. This post is the final part of a four part interview with Mr Baillieu discussing a broad range of built environment issues. To read from … Continue reading

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Ted Baillieu, The Architect Premier – Part 3

From November 2010 through to March 2013, Victoria had Ted Baillieu, an architect, as Premier. This post is part three of a four part interview with Mr Baillieu discussing a broad range of built environment issues. To read from the beginning … Continue reading

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Ted Baillieu, The Architect Premier – Part 2

From November 2010 through to March 2013, Victoria had Ted Baillieu, an architect, as Premier. This post is part two of a four part interview with Mr Baillieu discussing a broad range of built environment issues. If you missed part … Continue reading

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