2022 Jackson, Davina. Australian Architecture: A History. Sydney: Allen & Unwin. ISBN 978 1 76087 839 9.

2018 Jackson, Davina. Data Cities: How Satellites are Transforming Architecture and Design. London: Lund Humphries. ISBN 978 1 84822 274 8.

2017 Jackson, Davina. Douglas Snelling: Pan-Pacific Modern Design and Architecture (Ashgate Studies in Architecture series). London: Routledge. ISBN 978 1 4724598 8 6.

2015 Jackson, Davina (ed.) with essays by Mary Anne Kyriakou, Vesna Petresin, Thomas Schielke, Peter Weibel, Peter Droege. SuperLux: Smart Light Art, Design and Architecture for Cities. London: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 978 0 500 34304 3.

2013, 2014 Jackson, Davina and Richard Simpson (eds.). D_City: Digital Earth | Virtual Nations | Data Cities. Sydney: DCity and Geneva: Group on Earth Observations. Print edition 2013 (revised and updated, sponsored by GEO) ISBN 978 0 9872831 3 9. Reprinted 2014 (sponsored by Governments of Telangana state and Hyderabad city for the Metropolis ‘Cities for All’ conference, October).

2012 Jackson, Davina. Douglas Snelling: Pan-Pacific Adventures in Modern Design and Architecture. (online biography preview edition).

2012 Jackson, Davina. @Home: Another Revolution in Architecture’s Theory of the House. ePUB edition, Amazon ASIN B008UKTATO.

2012 Jackson, Davina. Pink Fits: Australian Perspectives on Architecture 1993-2006 ePUB edition, Amazon ASIN B0080QV454.

2007 Jackson, Davina. Next Wave: Emerging Talents in Australian Architecture, London: Thames and Hudson. ISBN 9780 500 34236 7.

2007 Jackson, Davina. Down Under: Neue Architektur in Australien. Munich: Deutsche Verlag. ISBN 9783421036452 (German hardcover).

2006 Jackson, Davina. Pink Fits: Australian Perspectives on Architecture 1993-2006. Sydney, foreword by John Wardle. ISBN 0 646 45909 0.

2000 Jackson, Davina and Chris Johnson (eds.). Australian Architecture Now, co-editor Chris Johnson, London: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 0-500-34177-X (hardcover), 9780500283882 (paperback, 2002).


2017 Jackson, Davina. South Pacific Modern Architecture and Design, essay and associated books awarded PhD by Published Work from the University of Kent School of Architecture.

2007 Jackson, Davina. Douglas Snelling: Pan-Pacific Adventures in Modern Design and Architecture, (architectural history), scholarship PhD research at RMIT University, Melbourne. Copies at the State Library of New South Wales, Powerhouse Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, National Trust of New South Wales.

1997 Jackson, Davina. @home: Another Revolution in Architecture’s Theory of the House, M.Arch (history and theory) dissertation, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Copy at the University of New South Wales Library.


2016 SuperLux: Smart Light Art, Design and Architecture symposium, hosted by TU Munich Architecture Faculty (Chair of Spatial Arts and Lighting Design, Prof. Hannelore Deubzer), Munich, 7 December.

2016 SuperLux: Smart Light Cities symposium, hosted by Museum of Architecture and Fagerhult lighting showroom, Southwark, London, 11 April, and SuperLux showroom party, 14 April.

2015 SuperLux: Smart Light Cities (Curator). City of Sydney Customs House  exhibition: 3 September-17 October.

2014 Spaceship Earth: Observing Our Planet from Satellites (Curator). City of Sydney Customs House: 22 May-28 July.

2012 iLight Marina Bay light art festival curated by Mary Anne Kyriakou. (Director of the Singapore-registered production company sponsored by the Singapore Urban Redevelopment Authority.)

2010 iLight Marina Bay inaugural biennial light art festival curated by Mary Anne Kyriakou. (Director of the Singapore-registered production company sponsored by the Singapore Urban Redevelopment Authority.)

2009 Smart Light Sydney/Vivid Light inaugural annual light art festival curated by Mary Anne Kyriakou. (Director and strategist of the Sydney-registered production company sponsored by Events New South Wales.)

2008 D_City (Catalyst/Curator). City of Sydney Customs House: 24 October-15 November.

2001-2003 Source490 Lecture Series. (Series catalyst and regular introductions of guest speakers at bi-monthly evening lectures attended by 80-250 designers and architects.)

1999-2000 40UP: Australian Architecture’s Next Generation (Curator, Producer). Travelling exhibition of 40 display panels, sponsored by Lend Lease Corporation. Sydney and Melbourne 1999, Hamburg and Berlin 2000.

1992 Synthesis 6 and Future City (Curator, Producer). Twenty four urban art and concept installations by pairs of artists and architects, sponsored by the Australia Council, at Bond Store 3, Walsh Bay, August-September.


2019 ‘Digital City: New urban perspectives on Digital Earth’, in Manual of Digital Earth (chapter co-edited with Richard Simpson), New York: Springer.

2017 ‘Smart Light biedt nieuwe kijk op de stad/Cities shine in Smart Light’, in Irene Beers (ed.), Juicy Lights: Titia Ex. Amsterdam: Amsterdam Fund for the Arts.

2016 ‘Rebooting Spaceship Earth: Astrospatial visions for architecture and urbanism’, in Graham Cairns (ed.), Visioning Technologies: The Architectures of Sight. London: Routledge.

2016 Liane Rossler‘, introduction to ceramics exhibition Sweet Nature. Sydney: Annette Larkin Fine Art.

2015. ‘Sprezzatura schizzi: Luigi Rosselli’s adroit expressions’, Foreword for Perspectives: Thirty Years of Architectural Drawings by Luigi Rosselli 1985-2015 exhibition catalogue. Sydney: Luigi Rosselli Architects/DCity.

2015 ‘Indigenous conciliations with American modernity: Architecture and design in Oceania’, in Stephen Ross and Allana Lindgren (eds.), World of Modernism. London: Routledge.

2013 ‘Where To Now?’ Foreword in LAVA: Laboratory For Visionary Architecture. Sydney: LAVA.

2013 ‘Douglas Snelling: A colourful life’, in Chris Osborne (ed.) Australian Modern Design. Brisbane: Chris Osborne Publishing, pp. 84–87.

2012 ‘Douglas Burrage Snelling’ in Melanie Nolan (ed.), Australian Dictionary of Biography Vol. 18 1981-1990 L-Z. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press (with Australian National University).

2012 ‘Douglas Burrage Snelling’ in Philip Goad and Julie Willis (eds.), The Encyclopedia of Australian Architecture. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press.

2010 ‘Jørn Utzon 1918-2008′ in The Australian Academy Of The Humanities Proceedings 2009, pp62-67. (Obituary first published in The Australian, 1 December 2008).

2008 ‘D_CITY: Networking the information revolution in planning, designing and managing cities’ in Chris Johnson (ed.) Network Cities, a Metropolis Connecting Cities conference book of essays.

2007 ‘Federation Square: Untangling the post-completion politics’ in Michael J. Ostwald and Steven Fleming (eds.), Museum, Gallery and Cultural Architecture in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Region: Essays in Antipodean Identity. Lewiston, Queenston, Lampeter: Edward Mellen Press.

2005 ‘Viral Internationalism: Mutation by Infection’ in 10 x 10_2, London and New York: Phaidon. (One of 10 international critics contributing to a survey of 100 architectural practices. This essay predicted a global financial crisis in 2008.)

2001 Foreword for Cerentha Harris, Domain: Houses Inside and Out. Sydney: Viking/Penguin/The Sydney Morning Herald.

2000 Guest essay for Lyons Architecture City of Fiction exhibition brochure, Venice Biennale of Architecture, September.

1999 ‘Perimeter politics: The rim and the basin’, essay in Peter Zellner, Pacific Edge: New Architecture on the Pacific Rim, London: Thames and Hudson.

1999 Foreword for Jackie Jarrett, Noosa Style, Noosa: Noosa Blue Publishing.

1988 Contributing writer for Haig Beck (ed.) Parliament House Canberra: A Building for the Nation, Watermark Press/RAIA. (300 word captions on the arts and crafts program on pp 68, 78, 79, 82, 86, 92, 94, 96, 98, 100, 102, 108, 112, 114, 116, 122, 130, 134, 136, 140, 142, 160.)


2022 Historic Homes of the Meldrums around East Scotland, self-published map guide. (Provided to key Scottish and Australian libraries and heritage organisations).

2019 ‘Docomomo Registered Item: Peter Johnson House’, architectural heritage report. (Provided to Docomomo, National Trust NSW and State Library of NSW.)

2018 Dawes Point Geographical Review. (Submission to the Geographical Names Board of New South Wales to highlight various mapping anomalies regarding the historical legacies of First Fleet scientist Lt. William Dawes).

2018 Walsh Bay: Application to Name A Suburb. (Historical and geographical report prepared for the Walsh Bay Precinct Association as a suburb-naming submission to the Geographical Names Board of New South Wales).

2014 Spaceship Earth: Observing Our Planet from Satellites (catalogue for exhibition at City of Sydney Customs House, 22 May-28 July.

2012 Jackson, Davina and Richard Simpson (eds.). D_City: Digital Earth | Virtual Nations | Data Cities. Sydney: DCity. Online edition ISBN 978-0-9872831-0-8

2009 Data Cities (proposal to the Australian Government to establish a Data Cities Research Alliance (national research co-ordination secretariat). Funded by NICTA.

2009 Data Cities Research Scheme for Australia (proposal to the Australian Government to establish a new chain of research organisations to serve the ‘future industry’ emerging to supply spatial data and advanced digital imaging solutions for the challenges of urban development. Funded by NICTA.

2006 Contributor to Evaluating New Zealand’s Participation in the 51st Venice Art Biennale, report by SGS Economics and Planning, commissioned by Creative New Zealand.

2006 Contributor to Building a Focus on Design Innovation scoping report by Martin Jenkins Associates for University of Auckland National Institute for Creative Arts and Industries, commissioned by Creative New Zealand.

2005 Contributor to Ian Stapleton and Meg Quinlisk (eds.). ‘Comparative study of houses designed by Douglas Snelling’, heritage report by Clive Lucas Stapleton & Partners for the Woollahra Municipal Council, Sydney.

2003 Contributor to Victoria: State of Design report by Booz Allen Hamilton and Dandolo Partners to the Victorian Department of Innovation, Industry, Research and Development.

2003 Australian Architecture on World Exhibition research paper including a survey of architectural services exports, to support federal funding for Australian exhibitions at future Venice Architecture Biennales. (Author/editor, on behalf of the Venice Architecture Biennale Task Force and the Australia Council.)

1999 40UP: Australian Architecture’s Next Generation exhibition catalogue (editor and writer of essay ‘Nostalgia and New Agendas: Young Architects on the Cusp of History’), guest essayist Leon van Schaik, Sydney: Lend Lease.

1994 Carlsberg Prize citations nominating Glenn Murcutt, Jean Nouvel and Frank Gehry (as then-editor of Architecture Australia).

1992 Synthesis 6 exhibition catalogue (editor).

1992 Future City exhibition catalogue, (editor).


These sites are e-archived by the National Library of Australia.









Selected personal opinion articles are posted to:



(Facilitating and/or text-editing notable books and research papers for other authors, where formally arranged and credited in each document.)

Armstrong, Rachel. 2015. Vibrant Architecture: How the Material Realm May Be Recognised as a CoDesigner of Our Living Spaces. From a PhD thesis with the Bartlett College, University College London. Berlin, Warsaw: DeGruyter Open (with managing editor Monika Michalowicz).

Chen, Delton (principal author). 2014. Global 4C Mitigation: Complementary Currencies for Climate Change. Shortlisted proposal to the United Nations Development Programme’s Carbon Climate Change Finance Innovation Award. New Jersey: The Center for Regenerative Community Solutions.

Gu, Ning and Mary Lou Maher. 2014. Designing Adaptive Virtual Worlds. Berlin, Warsaw: DeGruyter Open (with managing editor Monika Michalowicz).

Droege, Peter  (ed.). 1997. Intelligent Environments: Spatial Aspects of the New Information Revolution, Amsterdam: Elsevier/North Holland (text edited 39 academic essays).


2004-2005 Aesthetics of Contemporary Architecture. Online open-access course with COFAonline at the University of New South Wales’ College of Fine Arts. (Expanded/updated as the world’s first online masters unit on interpreting contemporary styles of architecture.)


The Conversation (AU). 8 February 2022. The seductive glamour and decadent hedonism of Hollywood influences on Australian architecture.

The Conversation (AU). 6 January 2020. As Digital Earth gains momentum, China is setting the pace.

The Conversation (AU). 3 September 2019. Bamboo architecture: Bali’s Green School inspires a global renaissance.

The Conversation (AU). 28 June 2019. How the ‘Sydney School’ changed postwar Australian architecture.

The Conversation (AU and UK). 2 January 2019. Digital Earth: The paradigm now shaping our world’s data cities.

Geospatial World. 27 July 2017. How satellites are rebooting building design.

SIBA News (Spatial Information Business Association). 25 September 2014. India advances Data Cities agendas with 100 new smart cities.

Indesign Live. 19 May 2014. Spaceship Earth at Sydney Customs House.

The Fifth Estate. 2 November 2009. Data Cities: bigger than the pyramids – and just as political.



The Bulletin of the Royal Society of New South Wales. February/March 2023. Found: Three early C20 designs for RSNSW headquarters, pp. 14–15.


Openbook (State Library of New South Wales magazine), Spring. The flat roofs of Sydney, pp. 60–63.

City of Sydney Historical Association Newsletter, February. ‘Davina Jackson asks the question: ‘Was Francis Greenway really ‘the first Australian architect’?’, pp. 1 and Sydney’s architecture before Greenway, pp. 3–5.

City of Sydney Historical Association Newsletter, January. ‘History Dig at Barangaroo’, pp. 5-6.


Royal Society of New South Wales Bulletin, August. Late-Victorian science knowledge: Recorded in early essays of the Journal & Proceedings of the RSNSW, pp. 8–9.


C20 (Twentieth Century Society, UK), June. ‘Sydney modernist’, pp. 26–31.


SL (State Library of New South Wales magazine), Summer. ‘Pan-Pacific Modernist’, pp. 34–37.

Geospatial World, July, ‘Space Revolution | Astrospatial Architecture: How Satellites are Rebooting Building Design’, pp. 40–47.

NZ Legacy (Journal of the New Zealand History Federation), Vol. 29, No. 1. ‘Douglas Snelling: A Glamorous NZ Emigré Architect-Designer’, pp. 5–9.


InDesign, No. 64. ‘Chiaroscuro Takes Command’ (trend to shadowy white lighting of building facades).

InDesign, No. 64. ‘Douglas Snelling’ (Pulse section), pp. 169–173 (centenary of modernist architect and designer Douglas Snelling).


(Co-authorship) Craglia, Max, Kees de Bie, Davina Jackson, Martino Pesaresi, Gábor Remetey-Fülöpp, Changlin Wang, Alessandro Annoni, Ling Bian, Fred Campbell, Manfred Ehlers, John van Genderen, Michael F. Goodchild, Huadong Guo, Anthony Lewis, Richard Simpson, Andrew K. Skidmore, Peter Woodgate. Digital Earth 2020: Towards the vision for the next decade’ in International Journal of Digital Earth vol. 1, no. 5, pp. 4-21.

(Co-authorship) Goodchild, Michael J., Huadong Guo, Alessandro Annoni, Ling Bian, Lees de Bie, Frederick Campbell, Max Craglia, ManfredEhlers, John van Genderen, Davina Jackson, Anthony J. Lewis, Martino Pesaresi, Gábor Remetey-Fülöpp, Richard Simpson, Andrew Skidmore, Changlin Wang, Peter Woodgate. ‘Next Generation Digital Earth’, in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 6, 109(28):11088-94. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1202383109


Urbis, No. 48. ‘Glamour Boy’, pp116-123 (profile on Douglas Snelling).


The Australian, 1 December. (Obituary of Jørn Utzon, selected for Proceedings, Australian Academy of Arts and Humanities, 2009.)


Vogue Living, November-December, ‘Now and Then’, pp201-202.

The Weekend Australian Magazine, 16-17 June, ‘Feedback’ (letter to editor), p12.


The Australian, 10 March, ‘Wrong Side of Genius’ in Features section, p13.

Architecture Australia, January/February, ‘Accelerating Ecological Creativity’ in Radar Technology, p38. (Interview with British digital architectural drafting pioneer John Frazer.

Aurora, July, ‘Frontiers’, pp 13-17, short reports on four ground-breaking new urban development concepts designed by multi-disciplinary teams.

Vogue Living, November/December, ‘Dearth in Venice’, pp221-222.


Dwell (US), July/August, ‘Inclined to Relax’, pp128-137. (James-Robertson house, Mackeral Beach, architect Rob Brown, designer Caroline Casey.)

Architecture Australia, January/February, ‘Paradise Won’, pp71-79. (James-Robertson house, Mackeral Beach, architect Rob Brown, designer Caroline Casey.)

Architecture Australia, September-October, ‘Davina Jackson 1993-2000’, p28. (Memories of editing Architecture Australia.)

Mercedes, Autumn, ‘Making A Splash’, pp32-35. (Beijing Watercube Olympics aquatic pavilion.)


AR Australia, Issue 90, ‘Venice Biennale 2004: Metamorph’, pp28-32 (Venice Architecture Biennale.)

Melbourne, October, ‘California Dreaming’, pp66-67. (Painter Darren Wardle.)

1:1. September. ‘It’s a slow revolution for architecture’, pp26-27. (Development of digital architecture.)

Artichoke, vol 2, issue 6. ‘An Esquisse Success’ pp 106-7. (Sydney Esquisse festival by Play Communications.)

Australian Planner, vol 41, issue 2. ‘Mapping Futures: Graphical data analysis tools’, p39. Published online 22 Dec 2010 by Taylor & Francis/tandfonline.com. DOI: 10.1080/07293682.2004.9982348


Architectural Review (ar), ‘’Barro House’, pp56-63. (Barro house, Kew, by Wood Marsh Architecture.)

Artichoke, December 2003, ‘Stimulating Design’, pp110-112. (Helsinki-Melbourne design clusters symposium October 2003.)

Artichoke, December 2003, ‘Starck Observation’, pp 44-45. (Interview with Philippe Starck.)

The Sydney Morning Herald Opinion section, 18 September, ‘Fan is a brilliant symbol of the suffrage of women’, p19. (Supporting Australian Government funding for the Turpin-Crawford wind sculpture proposed for Parliament House, Canberra.)

Mercedes (Germany) , July issue, ‘The shock of the new’, pp62-67. (Federation Square cultural centre, Melbourne.)

Pol Oxygen, Issue 2, ‘Lab Rats’, pp129-138. (MIT Media Lab’s plans to go global.)

The Sydney Morning Herald Domain section, 10 April, ‘Casey cracks Europe’, p8. (Furniture designer Caroline Casey’s London launch.)

The Sydney Morning Herald Domain section, 3 April, ‘Re-modelling masterpieces’, p10. (New concerns about protecting the historic value of post-war Sydney houses.)

the (sydney) magazine, (The Sydney Morning Herald colour magazine), 19 March, ‘Sydney’s No 1: Or Is It?’, pp54,58 (Comparing Sydney’s architecture and design scenes with those of other Australian cities.)

The Sydney Morning Herald Domain section, 20 March, ‘How Swede it is’, p9. (Australian rollout of Ikea mega-sized furnishing stores.)

Urban Design Forum March, ‘Sydney does lunch’, p1. (Lunch lecture to Sydney planners by Planning NSW executive Evan Jones.)

The Sydney Morning Herald Domain section, 23 January, ‘Designs on Sydney’, pp6-8, (New trend by Sydney developers of apartment buildings to employ progressive Melbourne architects.)

Air New Zealand, January, ‘Building Bridges’, pp68-72. (Dong communities of south-west China.)

Australian Art Collector, January-March, ‘Collector Profile: 21st Century House Museum’, pp44-47. (Aspirations of Melbourne art collectors Corbett and Yueji Lyon.)

Australian Art Collector, January-March, ‘The Sherman Consolidation’, pp48-50. (Future of Sydney’s Sherman Goodhope Gallery.)

Mercedes (Germany). (Reprint of a 2002 report for Mercedes Australia on Federation Square, Melbourne.)


Architectural Review Australia (ar), No 079 Autumn 2002, ‘Charles Jencks and Peter Davidson: the new paradigm’, pp36-39. (Two architects discuss the future of architecture and recent Australian buildings.)

Architectural Review Australia (ar), No 080 Winter 2002, ‘Casualties at Casuarina?’, pp 21-22. (Issues towards a new beach town subdivision on the NSW north coast.)

The Australian, 16 May, ‘Melbourne’s the Next big thing’. (Melbourne architects chosen to exhibit at the Venice Biennale of Architecture.)

The Australian, 19 May, ‘No money, no showcase’. (Lack of sponsors for an Australian exhibition at the Venice Biennale of Architecture.)

The Australian, September 13, ‘Architects for home’, Preview section. (Alessi City of Towers prototypes at the Venice Biennale of Architecture.)

The Australian, 20 December, ‘Fork in the road for town planners’, p17. ( Planners debate the New Urbanism movement.)

The Australian Financial Review Magazine, ‘Cruising into Cochin’, pp46-47. (Travel to Kerala, south India.)

The Australian Financial Review Magazine, October Design issue, ‘The Emporium Strikes Back’ pp87-94. (New trends in the architecture of shopping centres.)

Mercedes Australia, Summer 2002-3, ‘Inside Out’, pp 16-20. (Federation Square, Melbourne.)

The Sydney Morning Herald, Domain section, July 18. ‘On the breeze’, pp10-11. (Lahz Nimmo beach house at Casuarina, NSW.)

The Sydney Morning Herald, Comment section, July 22, ‘How Sydney’s architects seem to favour the bland over the brave. (Sydney’s conservative new architecture.)

Vive, September, ‘The Lionesses of Art’. (Four leading women art dealers in Sydney and Melbourne.)

Architectural Review Australia (ar), No 082 Summer 2002-03, ‘On Monumentality. (Sydney’s architecture theorists debate the meanings of monuments.)

Pol Oxygen, December 2002-March 2003, ‘The Satiric Satyr’, pp30-36. (Pornographic post-China painter Guo Jian.)

Pol Oxygen, December 2002-March 2003, ‘The Vibe From Venice’, pp38-47. (Venice Biennale of Architecture.)

Pol Oxygen, December 2002-March 2003, ‘Tea and Sympathy’, pp48-53. (Alessi’s architect-designed tea and coffee services.)

Urban Design Forum, March 2002 ‘Sydney does lunch’. (Lecture by Planning NSW executive Evan Jones.)

World Architecture (China), August 2002 (No 145), ‘Today’s Arguments in Australian Architecture’, pp17-22.


The Australian, September 28, ‘Upstaged’, p31. (Australian architect Peter Wilson’s German office and design for the New Luxor Theatre, Rotterdam.)

The Australian, October 31, ‘Craftsman of perfection’. (Obituary on Queensland architect Peter O’Gorman. Also published in the Friends of Stradbroke Island News.

The Sydney Morning Herald, Domain section, November 1-7:

—‘Art house’, p12 ( Trend to including public artworks with apartment buildings.)

—‘To the mainland’, p14. (Wave of Tasmanian architects working in Sydney.)

Vogue Living, June-July:

—’On the World Stage …’ in Living Architecture section, pp92-93. (Notable Australian architects based overseas.)

Vogue Living, October-November, Sydney: Conde Nast Publishing:

—‘Living Architecture’, p104. (Using unusual materials for house renovations.)

Architecture Australia, five editions (editor and various articles).

Vogue Living, June-July, ’Advance Australia: Today’s World Force in New Architecture’ in Living Architecture section, p30. (Australian architecture’s international credentials.)

Archis (Netherlands), No 8/2000, ‘Dwelling in Australia’, pp32-39. (Survey of new housing projects.)

The Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend supplement, ‘Australian Storeys’, pp52-56. (Better architecture from the 1990s building boom.)


Architecture Australia, six editions (editor and various articles), Melbourne: Architecture Media.

Australian Financial Review Review section, November 19, ‘Seeking Clues on the houses of the future’, pp4-5.

The Australian This Living Century supplement, August 28-29 ‘The Builders’ pp16-17.


Architecture Australia, six editions (editor and various articles), Melbourne: Architecture Media.

Vogue Living, April-May, ‘A Family Affair’, pp78-85, report on Melocco and Moore house at MacMasters Beach, NSW.

Vogue Living, June/July, ’Cabin Class’, pp86-93, report on Beecham house at Mulaney, Qld, by Clare Design.

Vogue Living, June-July, ‘White Pavilion’, pp98-105, report on a house refurbishment in Woollahra, NSW by Neville Gruzman.

Vogue Living, June-July, ’Riverside Nesting’, pp82-89, Sydney, report on Hawkesbury River houses by Michael Fountain.

Vogue Living, December 1998-January 1999, ’Outside the Square’, pp104-111, report on Manton house, Randwick NSW, by Geoform.

Vogue Apartments:

—’Raised Floors…’, pp108-115, North Shore apartment by Melocco and Moore.

—’Talk Show’, pp83-89, Perry apartment at Bondi by Geoform.

—’Equatorial Enterprise’, pp92-99, Palm Beach apartment by Bruce Gould.


Architecture Australia, six editions (editor and numerous articles), Melbourne: Architecture Media.

Vogue Living, June-July:

—‘Two holiday houses on a secluded Noosa beach …’, pp92-97. (Pair of houses at Sunshine Beach, Queensland, by Clare Design.)

—’Hide and Seek’, pp106-110. (Paddington terrace house refurbishment by Melocco and Moore.)

Vogue Living, October-November, Sydney: Conde Nast:

—’Warehouse Heights’, pp164-169. (Greer-Hindmarsh warehouse residence in Camperdown by Tim Greer.)

—’White House Politics’, pp174-179,. (Paddington townhouse refurbishment by Sam Marshall.)

Vogue Apartments, ’Crisp Cubism’, pp96-101, (North Sydney apartment by Neville Gruzman, refurbished by Form Follows Function.)


Architecture Australia, six editions (editor and various articles).

Vogue Living, April-May, pp106-113. (Chapman house, Noosa, by John Mainwaring.)

Vogue Living, June-July:

—’Along the Contours’, pp90-97. (Barnett house, Queensland, by Andresen and O’Gorman.)

—’Pleasure Principles At Work’, 118-121. (Brisbane home-office by Alice Hampson.)

Vogue Living, August-September, ’Weathering the Storms’, pp112-117, (Hobart house by Garry Forward.)

Vogue Living, October/November, ‘Renovating Extra’ supplement.

Vogue Apartments:

—’Hot and Cool Refreshments’, pp46-51. (Cammeray apartment by Melocco and Moore.)

—’Irregular Beauty’, pp66-69. (Neutral Bay apartment by Brook and Judy Stannard.)

—’Comfort Zone’, pp96-101. (Bellevue Hill apartment by Michaela Malone.)


Architecture Australia, six editions (editor and various articles).

Vogue Living, February-March:

—’Tea Chest on Stilts’, pp 116-121. (Bud Brannigan’s Brannigan House, Brisbane.)

—‘Architecture Awards Special’, pp 145-153. (Winning projects, RAIA National Awards 94.)

—‘Flowering of the Suburbs’, pp 154-155. (Sydney architect John Flower.)

Vogue Living, June-July:

—’Architecture: Star Attraction’, pp74-77. (Capitol Theatre refurbishment by Peddle Thorp and Walker.)

—’Power of Two’, pp88-93. (Darlinghurst house by Margaret Krempff.)

—’Home on the Range’, pp120-127. (Hammond house, Sunshine Coast, by Clare Design.)

Vogue Living, October-November:

—’Renovating Today’, special supplement.

—’Space Craft’, pp108-113. ( Glebe house renovation by David Haertsch.)

Vogue Apartments:

—’Upwardly Mobile’, pp24-29. (North Shore apartment by Solomon Larcombe.)

—’The High Life’, pp34-39. (Sydney rooftop house by Meldrum Burrows.)

—’Style in Retrospect’, pp66-71. (Cammeray apartment by Trudi Scrymgour.)

—’White Dynamics’, pp84-89. (Perraton apartment by Stephen Varady.)

The Australian, December 29, ‘Monumental Experiences’. (10 major international architectural sites.)


Vogue Living, December-January:

—’A Beachside Parade’, pp 122-127. (Penthouse alts/adds at Bondi by Ken Kennedy.)

—’Cause Celebre’, pp 164-171. (Mainwaring house, Noosa Waters, by John Mainwaring.)

—’Architecture On The Rise’, pp 199-200. (Editor, 10 page review of contemporary public architecture, including:

—’Courting Queensland’ (Michael Rayner, director of Cox Architects, Brisbane.)

Architecture Australia, six editions (editor).

Architecture Australia, January-February:

—’AA Prize for Unbuilt Work (Reviews of winners.)

—’Radar: Housing. (Three competitions for medium density housing in Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne.)

Designews: The Voice of Australian Design, journal of the Design Institute of Australia, February (editor).

Vogue Living, February-March, ‘Raising the Roof’, pp 32-37. (Seven women architects leading private practices.)

Vogue Living, February-March, ‘Syncopations on a 50s Groove’, pp 106-113. (Cammeray apartment by designer Trudie Scrymgour.)

Architecture Australia, March-April:

—’Invisible Women of Public Architecture’. (Issues relating to women architects in two government offices, including eight case studies, with assistance from Desley Luscombe.)

Vogue Living, April-May:

—’Dynamic Recycling’, pp 137-147. (Jackson/Swayn’s conversion of a boilerhouse at the University of Canberra into a new auditorium.)

—’Lawrence Nield’. (Sydney practitioner/professor.)

—’Metal Exercises’. (New buildings with major elements in steel, aluminium, zinc or copper.)

Architecture Australia, May-June:

—’RAIA Gold Medallist Professor Neville Quarry’ (with writers Neville Quarry and Anthony Styant-Browne).

Vogue Living, June-July:

—‘Directional Architecture’, pp 143-153. (Editor, 10 page section on non- residential architecture.)

—’The Rise of a Cosmopolitan Poet’, pp148-149. (Alex Popov.)

—’Glazed Expressions’, pp 150-153. (New buildings using glass for major elements.)

Vogue Living, August-September:

—‘Right of the Pheonix’, pp 100-107, Neil Durbach house at Rushcutters Bay.

—’Economies of Scale’, pp120-123. (Peter Willett’s studio/residential pavilion at Camperdown.)

—’Sinuous Spaces’, pp124-131. (Ivan Rijavec’s Freeland warehouse conversion in Fitzroy, Melbourne.)

Maison et Jardin (Paris), September, ‘Archi Colorée’, pp 90-93. (Somers house on Mornington Peninsula by Robinson Chen.)

Vogue Living, October-November:

—‘A Trick of the Light’, pp 92-97. (Palm Beach house by Luigi Rosselli.)

—’Architecture On The Rise’ pp 155-165 (Editor 10 page section on non-residential architecture.)

—’Pooling Resources’ pp 156-159. (Sydney Aquatic Centre.)

—’Tropical Adventurer’, pp 160-161. (Kerry Hill in Singapore.)

—’New Tricks with Bricks’, pp 162-165. (New buildings using brick for major elements.)

The Australian, Property section, November, ‘Casino’s a ball for a different game’. (Plans for a casino at Pyrmont Point, Sydney.)


Vogue Living, February, ‘Wicker Wise’, pp 104-109. (Pictorial survey with Geoff Lung of imported wicker furniture.)

Vogue Living, March:

—’Transformation: Well Matched’, pp 134-135. (Extensions to a Federation house by conservation architect Robert Moore.)

—‘Architecture: About Turn’, pp 136-137. (Cliff house on a rural site by Paul Berkemeier.)

Vogue Living, April/May, ‘All Space and No Size’, pp 86-91. (Stephen Varady’s Perraton apartment.)

Architecture Australia, May/June, ‘Made Where: Adieu to a Shop’. (Cover report on the interior architecture of a leading Sydney gift shop designed by Tina Engelen, in context of ‘designer’ trends of the 1980s.)

Architecture Australia, May-June:

—‘The Future for Architecture: A New Blueprint From Britain’. Critique of RIBA report on the directions of the profession, with remarks regarding Australian circumstances.)

—’Radar/Projects: New Railway Stations in Western Australia’. (Seven new railway stations on the northern line in Perth.)

—’Radar/Issues: Urban Debates’, p16. (Notes on urban debates in all States.)

—‘Radar/Offshore: Australians In Asia’, p18. (Projects by Australian architects for Asian locations.)

—‘Radar/Interview: Michael Keniger’, p20. (Interview with RAIA Queensland chapter president Professor Michael Keniger, on issues relating to the growth of south east Queensland.)

Vogue Living, June-July:

—’Inner Thoughts’, pp 102-105. (House by Ric Bzowy in Adelaide Hills.)

—’Neo Classic Style, pp 78-83. (Sydney house furnished in Beidermeier style by Cornelius Horgan.)

Designers Saturday ‘93, July 31. (120 page catalogue commemorating the Design Institute of Australia’s Designer’s Saturday tours of 13 furniture and lighting showrooms.)

Architecture Australia, September/October:

—’Architecture 2000: Academics Forecast the Future. (Survey of attitudes of the heads of all Australian architecture schools about the future of architecture and architectural education.)

—’Luna Park’. (Proposals to renew the Sydney Harbour funfair.)

Vogue Living, October-November:

—’Both Worlds’, pp 92-97. (Extensions by Virginia Kerridge to a Victorian house in Woollahra.)

—’Renovating’, pp 49-54. (Extensions to a Mosman house by Reg Lark.)

Architecture Australia, November/December, RAIA National Architecture Awards 1993 issue (editor).

Ambiente (Germany), December:

—‘Australian Style’, pp 36-41. (Cover article on Clontarf house by Andrew Metcalf.)

—’Australien Freiheit Für Die Jungen Wilden’ pp. 42-45. (Emerging architects in Australia, Stanic-Harding, Lindsay Clare, Donovan-Hill, James Grose, Tom Kovac, Ivan Rijavec, Stephen Varady.)

‘Schiff Im Wald Verankert Für Die Ewigkeit’, pp 50-57. (House at Church Point by Luigi Rosselli.)

—’Designer Down Under Ganz Oben’, pp. 6-63. (Notable young interior designers, Tina Engelen, Bang Design, Norman & Quaine, Danny Venlet.)

—’Wohnbox Perfekte Notlosung’, pp 64-66. (Terrace house renovation in Surry Hills by Cracknell-Lonergan.)

Vogue Living. December-January, ‘Here Comes the Sun’, pp 94-97. (Terrace house renovation by Neil Durbach.)


Architecture Australia, February, ‘Coates: Design As Choreography’, pp 14-17. (Interview in Venice with British architect Nigel Coates.

Vogue Living, February:

—’Renovations’ (editor), pp 25-56/ (Supplement reviewing architectural trends and materials for renovations.)

—’Primary Cool’, pp 94-101. (Andrew Metcalf house at Clontarf.)

—’Architecture: Bondi Tech’, pp 154-155. (House by Ed Lippmann at Bondi.)

—’Planning: Plot to Make Perfect’, pp26-2. (Advice for renovators.)

Vogue Living, March:

—’Ship To Shore’, pp 98-103. (Cottage Point house by Luigi Rosselli.)

—’The Hip Apartment’, pp76-79. (Leona Edmiston’s apartment in the Macleay Regis, Sydney.)

Vogue Living, April:

—’Light Sensations’, pp 56-59. (Pictorial survey of new light fittings.)

—’Architecture: Sand Castle’, pp 136-137. (Cape Schank house designed by Jamie Learmonth of Peddle Thorp and Learmonth.)

Vogue Living, May:

—’Absolute Steel’, pp 84-89. (‘Praying mantis’ house, Wollongong, by James Grose.)

—’Home To The Coast’, pp 68-73. (Lonergan residence, Elvina Bay.)

The Australian, Arts pages, September, ‘Elevation of the tin shed to icon of architecture’. (Critique of the Venice Biennale exhibition at Clapin Burdett furniture showroom.)

Vogue Living, June/July, ‘Architecture: Max Impact’, pp90-95. (Beach house by Adelaide architect Max Pritchard.)

The Australian, Arts section, July 24, ‘Artist angry at painting switch’. (Dispute over art installations in the foyer of the Australian Embassy in Tokyo.

Vogue Living, August/September, ‘Solutions’, pp130-133. (Rear extensions in Melbourne by Bruce Katsipidis.)

The Australian Magazine, May, ‘Waste at Work’, pp 32-35. (New fashion for recycling industrial workshop fittings as home furnishings.)

Vogue Living, October/November:

—’To The Point’, pp128-133. (James Grose house at Whale Beach.)

—’Solutions’, pp134-137. (Alterations to a Federation house by Phil Abrams.)

Vogue Living, December/January:

—’Tree House’, pp102-107. (Bruce Rickard’s house at Cottage Point.)

—’White Out’, pp 122-129. (Richard Meier-style house at Balmain.)

—’Light and Shade’, pp 130-133. (Architect-designed sun shading systems.)


Belle No 102, ‘Revival of the Fittest: New Life for 20th Century Classics’, pp 140-143. (Terrace house of a collector of 20th century furniture classics.)

Vogue Living, February:

—’Architecture: Power Lines’, pp 104-105. (House at Bellevue Hill by Wendy Lewin.)

—’New Wave: Cover Up The Sun’, pp146-149. (Apartment at Pt Piper by George Freedman.)

Vogue Living, March:

—’Transformation: Reshaped’, pp130-131. (Ivan Rijavec’s conversion of a shoe factory in Fitzroy to a residence.)

—’Architecture: Bold Vision’, pp132-133. (Greg Anderson house at Seaforth.)

Vogue Living, April:

‘Starck on Stage’, pp108-111. (Philippe Starck’s Café Teatriz in Madrid.)

Vogue Living, May:

—’Architecture: Living With Nature’, pp144-147. (Lindsay and Kerry Clare’s Thrupp & Summers house on the Sunshine Coast.)

—’Transformation: Lightning Strikes,’ pp 148-149. (Phillip Corben’s house renovations at Mosman.)

The Sydney Morning Herald Good Weekend, May 23, ‘Walls Askew’, pp 54-55. (Deconstructivist tendencies in recent Melbourne architecture.)

The Sydney Morning Herald Good Living section, Aug 13, ‘Safe Houses’, p1. (1991 RAIA NSW residential awards.)

Vogue Living, August:

—’Inxessive’, pp 74-81. (Cover feature on house at Cammeray by Luigi Rosselli.)

—’Square Roots’, pp 112-115. (Landscape at Balmain by The Parterre Garden.)

—’Stone Edge’, pp 138-139. (Robinson Chen’s holiday house at Somers on the Mornington Peninsula.)

Vogue Living, September:

—’Solutions: All Clear’, pp 70-73. (Redfern terrace furnishings by John Taberner and Grant Lang.)

Vogue Living, October, ‘Son Shine’, pp 102-107. (Dale Jones-Evans’ Robin Boyd Award-winning house for his mother.)

Vogue Living, November:

—’Design Solution: Parallel Lives’, pp 130-133. (Greg Anderson’s apartment at Potts Point.)

—’Screen Piece’, pp 96-101. (House at Bayview by Peter Muller.)

Vogue Living, December 1991-January 1992, ‘Transformation: Back Up’, pp 150-155. (Rear extension by Tonkin Zulaikha Harford at Enmore.)


Blueprint, February, ‘Opening The Pod Door’, pp 24-25. (Australian furniture designer Marc Newson, becoming prominent in Japan and Europe.)

The Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend supplement, March 31, ‘The Urge To Reproduce’. (Tendency towards reproductions of neo-classical furniture.)

Belle, No 97:

—‘The Edge’, pp 28-34. (News items on innovative designers/architects.)

—’Belle/Craftwood Award of Excellence’, pp36-37. Design by architect Wendy Lewin of an award-winning steel and MDF chair.)

—’Space Craft’, pp 54-61. (Cover article on a Los Angeles house renovation by Larry Totah.)

—’LA Lore’, pp 94-97. (Contemporary architecture in Los Angeles.)

—’A Quality Project’, pp 98-101., (Mosman house by Heather Buttrose.)

The Sydney Morning Herald, Style section, June 12, ‘Office Outfits’, p1. (Commercial interior fitouts.)

The Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend section, Jan 27, ‘Fertile Imaginations’, p5, (Mirror-glass office towers with ‘pregnant’ facades.)

Belle, No 99:

—‘The Edge’, pp22-28. (News items on innovative designers and architects.)

—’Royal Blue’, pp34-39. (Australian angles on the neo-classical architectural debate initiated by Prince Charles.)

—’Open House’, pp 56-63. (Designing, with Chris Johnson, our house in Newtown.)

GH (now HQ), July, ‘The Brody Effect’, pp 70-75. (Visit to Australia of British graphic designer Neville Brody.)

GH (now HQ), August, ‘100% Manic’, pp 46-49. (Dare Jennings, founder of Mambo surfwear.)

Follow Me, September, ‘Design: Featherston Classics’, pp 74 and 83. (1950s and ‘60s furniture designs of Grant Featherston, beingmanufactured again in Melbourne.)

Belle, No 100, ‘The Edge’ (editor/writer), pp 20-24. (ctivities of innovative designers/architects.)

The Sydney Morning Herald, September 1, ‘A Place in the Sun’. (Home decorating supplement (editor/writer), 24 pages of illustrated articles.)

More Design (NZ), November, ‘Sydney Style’, pp 134-137. ( Sydney shops of note to NZ decorating enthusiasts.)

Vogue Living, November, ‘House Boys’, pp 118-123. (Six emerging architects in Sydney and Melbourne: James Grose, Kai Chen, Des Smith, Neil Durbach, Dale-Jones-Evans, Graham Jahn.)

Architecture Australia, December, ‘Kitchens and Bathrooms’, pp 58-62. (Directions in kitchen and bathroom design.)

Vogue Living, December/January:

— ‘Transformation: Eye Catching’. (Iain Halliday-designed holiday shack at Little Wobby Beach, Sydney.)

—’Perfectly Starck’. (Beneteau yacht designed by Philippe Starck.)


Belle, No 91 (February/March):

—‘The Edge’ (editor/writer), pp 14-21. (News on innovative designers/architects.)

—’Belle/Craftwood Award of Excellence’, pp 22-23. (Dale Jones-Evans’ award-winning design for a slatted bench/chaisel.)

—’Lightwaves’, pp 58-65. (Stylist for Geoff Lung pictorial on new lights.)

Belle, No 92 (April/May):

—’The Edge’ (editor/writer) pp 18-29. (News on innovative designers/architects.)

Belle, No 94 (June-July):

—’The Edge’ (editor/writer), pp 18-24. (News on innovative designers/architects.)

—’Desk Job’, pp 41-47. (odern Italian desking systems.)

—’Belle/Craftwood Award of Excellence’, pp 56-57. (Brian Sayer’s table of laser-cut MDF.)

Belle, No 95, (August-September):

—’The Edge’ (editor/writer), pp 18-31. (News on innovative designers/architects.)

—’Place of Contemplation’, pp 66-71. (Entry in Belle House of the Year Award by Architectural Projects Partnership, Sydney.)

—’City Limits’, pp 84-87. (Entry in Belle House of the Year Award by Paul Berkemeier.)

—’Facing The Storm’, pp 114-119. (Andrew Paterson’s house at Karekare, on Auckland’s west coast.)

The Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend supplement, ‘The Chairman’, September 2. (Marc Newson, furniture designer.)

Belle, No 96 (October/November):

—’Design For A New Decade: Architecture’, pp 24-27. (Future of architecture in the 1990s.)

—’Cultured Outlook’, pp 74-79. (Terry Fripp’s apartment in the Macleay Regis, Sydney.)

—’Belle/Craftwood Award of Excellence’, pp 100-101. (Chest of drawers by Craig Watson.)

—’Professional Polish’, pp 116-123. (Mosman house by Heather Buttrose.)

—’Off Duty Design’, pp 210-217. (Designer George Freedman’s country farmhouse.)

—’Maritime Services’, pp 260-265, Daryl Neill’s harbourside house at Greenwich, winner of The Sydney Morning Herald Peoples’ Choice Award.

The Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend, December 16, ‘Highlights’, pp XXX. (Six young lighting designers.)


Blueprint, September, ‘Australia: Interiors’, p 49. (Current themes in Australian interior architecture.)

Belle, No 88 (August-September):

—’The Edge’ (editor/writer), pp 14-23. (News on innovative designers/architects.)

—’Throwaway Grandeur’, pp 82-89. (18th century-style home furnishings of antique dealer Ros Palmer.)

—’Caprices in a Classical Landscape’. (Bicentennial Park, Sydney by Lionel Glendenning.)

Belle, No 89 (October-November):

—’The Edge’ (editor/writer), pp 14-20. (News on innovative designers/architects.)


The Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend, DATE, ‘Round the World in 80 Rooms’, pp XXX. (George Freedman interiors for State Bank.)