ADR’s Top 10 Features for 2011

By Tania Davidge20 Dec 2011No commentsThis post is

Venice-Year in review

Our opinion piece “The Australian Pavilion in Venice: art over architecture, or privilege over opportunity?” on the Australian Design Review was a top story in 2011.

“Tania Davidge and Christine Phillips’ scathing condemnation of the Australia Council’s plans to hold a closed architectural competition for the nation’s pavilion at the Venice Biennale was our third most popular story for the year. Re-published in The Age with the assistance of Ronnie Di Stasio, this story formed an important part of the campaign that eventually saw those plans amended to a two stage open competition (although unfortunately one that was only open to practices with previous international public building experience).”

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