Im Sortiment seit:
An exploration of the use of concrete in landmark contemporary residential architecture.
Joe Rollo is an architecture writer and editor. He reviewed architecture for The Age newspaper, Melbourne, from 1994 to 2015. He has written extensively for newspapers and magazines, including The Australian, The Australian Weekend Magazine, The Spectator Australia, The Australian Financial Review Magazine, The Bulletin and Wallpaper* magazine. He is the founding editor of C+A, an international magazine of concrete architecture, and the author of four previous books: Contemporary Melbourne Architecture; Concrete Poetry: Concrete Architecture in Australia; Beautiful Ugly: The Architectural Photography of John Gollings; and Harry Seidler's Umbrella: Selected Writings on Architecture and Design in Australia. He holds a Master of Architecture degree (Honoris Causa) from RMIT University. He was born in Sicily and lives and works in Melbourne.
The Poetics of Form . Camberwell House, Melbourne, Australia . Dovecote, Braga, Portugal . Casa Plana, Porto Feliz, Brazil . Villa Além, Alentejo, Portugal . It Is a Garden, Nagano, Japan . The Pierre, San Juan Islands, USA . Lune de Sang Pavilion, Northern New South Wales, Australia . Indigo Slam, Sydney, Australia . Invisible House, Blue Mountains, Australia . Marama House, Sydney, Australia