Unreasonable Creatures | in dialogue with an activated ground

PhD diss., RMIT University, Melbourne 2015.

This research seeks to validate the role of the unreasonable in the design process, understanding the strategies I deploy to facilitate poetic aspects of architecture. A key manoeuvre involves the emergence of space from a staged opposition between architectural object and ground.

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architektur.aktuell 411
the art of building, Vienna 2014

project: Thalia NEU, p102-113

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Contemporary architects 1
Loft Publications, Barcelona 2012

projects: Expo, Uralla Court, p590-599

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Design South Australia
Integrated Design Commission SA, Wakefield Press
South Australia 2012

project: AEAF, p145-147

The very best of South Australia’s creativity and innovation has been showcased in a new publication:  Design South Australia, an initiative of the Integrated Design Commission SA, featuring 52 case studies of exemplary and award-winning designs.

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Visionary Architects of the 21.Century
Julio Fajardo, HarperCollins, New York, USA, 2010

projects: Expo Pavillion, Uralla Court I, p526-529

''...Starchitects offers a complete and detailed catalog of some of the world's most brilliant architects working today.''

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Wallpaper* - Architects Directory 2008
Jonathan Bell, Wallpaper, London, UK, 2008

project: Uralla Court II, p101
text: Gordon Knight, p101

''...the top 50 up and coming young architectural practices from around the world.''


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Stadt=Form Raum Netz
Wolf D.Prix, Austrian Contribution to the 10th International Architecture Biennale, Venice
Springer, Wien - New York, Austria, 2006

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project: Uralla Court I, p107


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Rock over Barock, T.Kramer, Wolf D.Prix,
Springer, Wien - New York, Austria, 2005
Aedes Architecture Gallery, Berlin, Germany, 2005

projects & texts: Uralla Court I, Uralla Court II, the dragon in the sea, The flat as aswering machine, p32-42

''... young architects follow the baroque traces of spatial sequences - and change them, expressing a shared desire in Austrian architecture, to celebrate space." Wolf D. Prix

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Prinz Eisenbeton 08
Reiner Zettl, die Angewandte, University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria, 2005

project & text: Uralla Court I

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Reserve der Form
Angelika Fitz, Klaus Stattmann, Künstlerhaus Wien
Revolver - Archive für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany, 2004

project: the dragon in the sea, p288-290
text: R. Schoeny, p290

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12 écoles d’architecture en Europe
FRAC Centre, Marie-Ange Brayer, Beatrice Simonot
Edition HYX, Orléans, France, 2001

project & text: the dragon in the sea, p48-49

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Moving Out
R. Burgstaller, die Angewandte, University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria, 2001

project & texts: the dragon in the sea, p38-41

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Zeitschrift für Architektur und Städtebau.
Kraft, Kuhnert, Uhlig, Arch+ Verlag, Berlin, 2001

project & text: the dragon in the sea, p126-127

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Prinz Eisenbeton
Wolf D.Prix, Springer, Wien - New York,
Austria, 1997

projects & texts: bosch, in the tank, prêt-àporter,

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Architektur und Bauforum
Österreichischer Wirtschaftsverlag, Vienna, Austria, 3/1996

project & text: prêt-à-porter, p76-77

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