d   o     n   o   t     t   o   u   c   h     t   h   e   s   e     b   u   t   t   o   n   s

c u r r e n t - recent projects - gallery - E+Net - index - BBZ i n e


ArchE+/
BBZine
The chronicle of architecture in competitions, polemics, commercials, trivia, and other nonsense.

a   r   c   h   i   t   e   c   t   u   r   e
- b.- b.- z. i . n . e .
E X i t - P O l l

unbuilt works, on-going works, built works revisited -- new competitions, pre-qualifications, competition results, exhibitions, reviews -- delicious tidbits, appalling statistics, useless scholarship
Please contact ArchE+/ BBZ i n e for your tips, kudos, and updates.




s t a t s . u n . s e e n


ping-pong navigation - bbz/strolling guide
c l i c k ' n ' s c r o l l   [ & Back-Button ]

. . . (click) > links > > > > ( g e t ) > quotes - - > (push) Back-Button > > > > (scroll) > lists

| traffic | Ebloid Xpress | Exit-Poll | debate | rewind | amnesia |


E X i t
P O l l

notoriety index


 
(*****) "Sunday Times - South Africa : "The Best of the Century"

(-- The List of Lindsay Bremner, Anton Coetzee, Iain Low, Jonathan Noble and Lone Poulsen -- Department of Architecture, University of the Witwatersrand)

  1. Villa Savoye, Paris 1929-31 -- Le Corbusier (C E Jeanneret, 1887-1965)
  2. "Falling Water," Weekend House for Edgar J Kaufmann Snr, Bear Run, Pennsylvania, 1936 -- Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959)
  3. Seagram Building, New York 1954-8 -- Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969)
  4. Sher-e-Banglanager National Assembly Hall, Dhaka, Bangladesh 1962-74 Architect: Louis I Kahn (1901-74)
  5. Byker Redevelopment, Newcastle upon Tyne, England 1969-81 -- Ralph Erskine (1914-)
  6. Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris 1971-7 -- Renzo Piano (1937-), Richard Rogers (1933-)  
  7. National Vietnam Veterans' Memorial, Washington DC 1981-2 -- Maya Lin (1960-)
  8. Extension to the Berlin Museum with the Jewish Museum Department, Berlin 1989-1998 -- Daniel Libeskind (1946-)
  9. Parc de La Villette, Paris 1982-1998 -- Bernard Tschumi (1944-)



Most etc.

[Most Influence]

  1. Lord Peer of the Realm
    -- Lord Rogers, 66, architect
    "The ultimate architect of influence. Richard Rogers is a peer of the realm, friend of Blair and Prescott, giver of parties attended by the cultured and powerful. Ex-Reith lecturer, chairman of the government's Urban Task Force, which proposed policies for rejuvenating Britain's cities; chairman of the Architecture Foundation; ex-chairman of the board of the Arts Council.

    Half-Italian, his influence spreads through an Italianate network of family and friends. His wife co-runs the River Cafe, his business partner is President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, his ex-employees and partners are designing most of London's new landmarks.

    On top of all this he designed, or co-designed, the Pompidou Centre, the Lloyd's Building and the Millennium Dome, which are, respectively, among the iconic buildings of the Seventies, Eighties and Nineties." (esm_99.12.21)


  2. more "London's Power People"






s h o r t - l i s t s







p o p c o r n




&
c a r - c h a s e s



*** (*****) "NSW Architecture Awards 2000

(-- Kerry Clare's List)

  1. The Sulman Award for Public Buildings
    • NSW Tennis Centre Court at Homebush Bay -- Bligh Voller Nield
    • The Scientia Ceremonial Hall, the University of NSW -- Richard Francis Jones of Mitchell Giurgola Thorp
    Commercial Buildings: Architecture Awards:
    • 490 Crown Street, Surry Hills -- Alexander Tzannes Associates
    • 363 George Street -- Denton Corker Marshall)
    • Qantas Domestic Terminal -- Hassell
    • Artwork: Artwork at 363 George Street -- Jennifer Turpin and Michaelie Crawford

  2. The Wilkinson Award for Housing
    • Marshall Residence, Darlinghurst, Sydney -- Sam Marshall
        $60,000
        "the conversion of a 1903 Darlinghurst factory to his office and home"
    Architecture Awards:
    • Rockpool, Mona Vale -- Alex Popov Architects
    • Newington Apartments -- HPA Architects in association with Bruce Eeles
    • Reeves House -- Stutchbury & Pape, Harper in association

    Commendations

    • Oxford Street Development -- Candalepas & Associates
    • Morley House -- Jahn Associates
    • Coogee House -- Renato D'Ettore

  3. Environment and Energy Awards: Architecture Award
    • Olympic Lighting Towers -- Tonkin Zulaikha
    Commendations
    • Institute of Languages -- Jackson Teece Chesterman Willis
    • Charles Sturt University Teaching Complex -- Marci Webster-Mannison Charles Sturt University Office of Design

  4. Lloyd Rees Civic Design Award:
    • University of NSW -- Mitchell Giurgola Thorp, Bligh Voller Nield, Jackson Teece Chesterman Willis and the university's Capital Development Branch
    Architecture Award:
    • Olympic Lighting Towers -- Tonkin Zulaikha
    Commendation:
    • Moore Park Bus Station -- Bligh Voller Nield

  5. Interior Architecture, Architecture Award:
    • Gibbeson Litynski House -- Stanic Harding Architects
    Commendation
    • Wine Banc -- McConnell Rayner

  6. Greenway Award for Conservation: No named award. Architecture Awards
    • Marshall Residence -- Sam Marshall
    • Texgroup Showroom -- Gordon & Valich
    Commendations
    • St Marys Cathedral Organ Gallery -- NSW Department of Public Works
    • the Civic Hotel -- M + N Architects
    • Customs House -- Tonkin Zulaikha

  7. BHP Colorbond Award:
    • NSW Tennis Centre Court -- Bligh Voller Nield




a r c h i t e c t u r a l
r e c o r d s






p o l e m i c s
architectural news, exhibitions, books, letters, writings - a review






| traffic | Ebloid Xpress | Exit-Poll | debate | rewind | amnesia |


ArchE+Net   Hyper/E.active
less is more
n o   j.p.e.g.   b u t t o n s ,   i m a g e   m a p s ,   o r   d a n c i n g   g o a t s
m i e s '   g.i.f.s   -   l o o s '   c r i m e

let html be what html wants to be

 
 
 
 
u n s t a b l e - f o r m l e s s - d e c o r a t e d   a l p h a b e t







b o t t o m   l i n e
w e e k l y   t r i v i a   a n d   o t h e r   a n e c d o t e s







Click BBZ to return home to hEadlines


| BBZ |



ArchE+/BBZine
The world of architecture in competitions, theories, polemics, and propagandas. A chronicle of architecture's devastating footnotes and critical trivia.

Thank you for your generous input and patronage. This chronicle would have not been possible without your contribution, curiosity, and colossal idleness. Please e-mail your information to ArchE+/BBZine. All submissions become the property of ArchE+/BBZine. They may be edited and may be republished in any medium etc. etc. Have a nice day ... - Editors.



t    r    e     s    p     a    s    s    i    n     g  



up inm o t i o n
rp proMo tF ra On E+Net






produced by   ArchE+ TM
Please e-mail us at ArchE+/BBZine for your comments, suggestions, opinions, inquiries, corrections, and any other information.




Copyright 1996 - 1999   BBZ i n e
All rights reserved.

home URL:   http://www.bbzine.com/archeplus/BBZine.html