Tag Archives: Simon Knott

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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Show 441

Last night saw an unprecedented architectural event in Melbourne that will go down as one of the biggest moments of the year for the local architectural community. The Architects radio program on RRR said their goodbye at a live outside … Continue reading

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RRR The Architects: 10 years of Architecture on the Air

Cue: Electric guitar opening track After 10 years of presenting a weekly RRR radio show on Architecture and the built environment, The Architects: Simon Knott, Christine Phillips and Stuart Harrison are calling it a night. Before they mute the microphone … Continue reading

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The Australian Architecture Association, Interview with Steve Rose

The Architecture Profession in Australia has many different organisations, associations and collectives. These groups all have different specific purposes and have varying degrees of influence. Recently I caught up with Steve Rose who is an Architect and principal of his independent practice … Continue reading

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More than one way to skin a building

Last Thursday a fascinating event entitled “More than one way to skin a building” took place at the University of Melbourne. Presented by the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, the panel discussion was the first of a series of … Continue reading

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