I had a meeting recently in a particularly lovely space. The office was in one of Sydney’s old warehouses and […]
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The house next door has been demolished, leaving a rectangle of bare earth. In feng shui, that side of my […]
A proper hello
I’m a fool for a doorway. Thankfully, there are several Instagram sites that feed my addiction so I can peruse […]
You know the thing – a postcard showing a view of a town or a building and in the corner […]
Standing for something.
What do you think of the word iconic? Rather like the word luxury, it’s thrown around with abandon: I can […]
Utopian dreams and reality
2016 was not exactly a year filled with inspiration and it says something that many of us are greeting 2017 […]
The same old story
My suburb is undergoing an explosion of growth. Due to a change in local planning law, it is now possible […]
The bland leading the bland
I’ve just finished re-reading a magnificent book that was written by architect Robin Boyd and first published in 1960. I […]
For the love of concrete!
I wonder if it’s natural to hold affection for the buildings that were constructed in your youth. For me, as […]
War, what is it good for?
If there’s one thing that Australia does really well then it’s war memorials. Each one in the state capitals is appropriately […]