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  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (CIty of Sydney, 2006)
    This refurbishment of a state listed heritage building has set a new benchmark for contemporary work in Sydney's historic Rocks precinct. The existing building is in two parts, both of which have heritage listings with the ...
  • Finney, Tarsha; Reinmuth, Gerard (The Association of Architecture Schools of Australia, 2013)
    In response to changes in both the practice of architecture and changes in terms of architecture?s field of operation: the global economic, political and cultural context of its production, the following paper proposes to ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (Burnie, 2009)
    Burnie Makers' Workshop represents a major investment in the future of a town on the north-west coast of Tasmania coming to terms with its post-industrial reality. Until recent times, the town has been known primarily ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (Canberra, 2006)
    Canberra is distinctive in international terms as a planned city. At the centre of the planning geometry sits the nations Parliament House. Its foreground consists of a range of buildings containing Australia's major public ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Benjamin, Andrew; Goodwin, Richard (Venice Architecture Biennale, 2010)
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (National Portrait Gallery, 2009)
    The National Portrait Gallery exhibition Portraits + Architecture explored the relationship between creative thinking and identity, incorporating new photographic portraits of seven leading Australian architect teams with ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (Maitland City, 2006)
    An existing bowling Club requested a significant transformation to address energy and occupation issues while providing an iconic new form that signaled a new identity. Three key elements emerged as essential to the initial ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (-, 2007)
    This project was submitted for a competition in 2006 to design the new Prague National Library. The project was shortlisted in the competition. Faced with the challenge of designing a national institution for literary ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (Hobart City, 2009)
    This project is a conversion of a former plumbing supplies store and warehouse in Hobart into a residence. The narrow inner city street where the project is located has a contrast of industrial and residential uses however ...
  • TERROIR 
    Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA), 2008)
    The Biennale is the most important event on the international contemporary architecture calendar, visited by thousands of the world's most influential architects, designers, urban planners, developers and critics. The 11th ...
  • Terroir 
    Reinmuth, Gerard (Hatje Cantz, 2007)
    The exhibition 'Living the Modern_Australian Architecture', curated by Dr Claudia Perrin for Deutsches Architektur Zentrum DAZ, 12. September - 11. November 2007, shows for the first time in Germany on this scale the ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (DAB Documents, 2007)
    Cosmopolitan Ground suggests a mode of collaboration between architecture and philosophy, where both professions retain their autonomy but are enriched via their reference to one another. It achieves this through its ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard (Fargfabriken, 2010)
    'Building Blocks', an exhibition curated by Karin England, investigated accepted roles in the design process, specii? cally the relationship between architect and client through the pairing of children as clients with ...