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A fleeting moment, not real bridge to past, Elizabeth Farelly, Sydney

Elizabeth Farelly is a Sydney-based author, architecture critic, essayist, columnist and speaker. In  her funny yet poignant take on the recent Fleet review, she points out that: “ for the cost of this hoopla [$40 million], we could have Read More

Sign of the Times: When Renovation Means Erasing the Past

  Harry Mount is an English author and journalist. In his article, Mount laments how the excessive alteration or demolition of historic homes has resulted in a global style of architectural homogeneity. Click here to read the article in full: Read More