International – Radar Headlines

English Heritage has appointed Denton Corker Marshall to design the new Stonehenge visitor centre

James Legge, of Six Degrees, contributed to Tramjatra, a collaboration between artists and tramworkers artists from Kolkata (Calcutta) and Melbourne. Legge erected a bamboo and cane matting re-interpretation of Melbourne’s The Vault, in Kolkata. Melbourn will host the Kolkata participants in October/November

Woods Bagot has taken over UK practice Whinney Mackay Lewis (WML)

Sinclair Knight Merz has designed a suspended roof for the Rangiri Dawbulu International Cricket Stadium, Sri Lanka, based on concept designs by Surath Wickramasinghe Associates

John Macarthur, Karen Burns and LAB have each contributed to the final issue of Assemblage, the highly influential American journal

Woodhead International has won the contract to expand The Qingdao Liuting Airport for the City of Oingdao, China

Fulton Trotter and Partners, with artist Jane Grealy, have won an award for excellence in the graphic representation of architecture from the American Society of Perspective Artists for Kingsciiff Library in Tweed Shire

Tasmanians James Morrison and Yvette Breytenback have made a glass house addition to Charles Green’s James House, California. They worked collaboratively with Izumi Masatoshi on a series of sculptures/landscape interventions in the house grounds

Dragonair by Wono Tung & Partners (Radar Projects AA March/April 2000) has won the Silver Medal from the Hong Kong Institute of Architects for Design Excellence

MGT are working in association with NZ practice Jasmax on the redevelopment of Auckland Hospital.

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