Category Archives: Review

Process Debate : Reality TV is good for Architecture

Reality TV is good for Architecture. This was the enticing premise for the annual Process debate held at the Loop Bar in Melbourne.  Reporting on this entertaining battle of ideas is Atelier Red+Black co-director Sonia Sarangi Like it or not, … Continue reading

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Red + Black Review: Geelong Library and Heritage Centre

Geelong has been talking about building an architectural icon for decades.  Perhaps it would be a Guggenheim Museum, or any number of other proposals for the north facing waterfront. Most recently a more dubious proposal was put forward regarding a … Continue reading

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Red+Black in the USA – New York

The United States of America, a cultural powerhouse and dominant world player. Over three weeks the Red+Black Architect took a tour through a few of the most iconic pieces of the USA. If you missed the start of this series, Click … Continue reading

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Red + Black in the USA – The place where the world changed

The United States of America, a cultural powerhouse and dominant world player. Over three weeks the Red+Black Architect took a tour through a few of the most iconic pieces of the USA. If you missed the start of this series, Click … Continue reading

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Red + Black in the USA – Frank Lloyd Wright

The United States of America, a cultural powerhouse and dominant world player. Over three weeks the Red+Black Architect took a tour through a few of the most iconic pieces of the USA. If you missed the start of this series, Click … Continue reading

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Open House 2015: Exploration and Curiosity

Over the weekend buildings across Melbourne threw open their doors for the annual Open House Melbourne event. This year reviewing buildings for the Red+Black Architect blog are an enthusiastic group of final year architecture students. Cairo Flats Review by Dena … Continue reading

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Phuong Le Reviews: Portraits of Practice

Last Friday over one hundred people gathered excitedly for the launch of Portraits of Practice: At Work in Architecture at the Tin Sheds Gallery in Sydney. Reviewing the exhibition for The Red and Black Architect is Graduate Architect and Parlour Agitator, Phuong Le The exhibition, … Continue reading

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White Night 2015

Over the weekend Melbourne’s biggest celebration of art, music and architecture delighted a massive half a million people. White Night Melbourne, a one-night-only sensory spectacular, saw a diverse crowd of people flood into the central business district for the serious … Continue reading

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2014 Retrospective

2014 has been a watershed year for many reasons. Across the year on The Red and Black Architect, there have been 33 posts covering a broad range of issues and events and of course buildings. There have been well over … Continue reading

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Red + Black Review: Melbourne School of Design

One of the most significant additions to Melbourne’s world class Architecture in 2014 is a building full of expectation and promise. Some buildings have more expectations on them than others. When a new school of architecture such as the new … Continue reading

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