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Anthony Hoete

Premiated in various international competitions including the Venice Prize, an RIBA National Award, NZ House of the Year and the Prime Minister’s Award for Better Public Building, Anthony Hoete is the founding partner of both WHAT_architecture and WHAT_developments. The office’s design methodology has been underpinned by teaching research at the RMIT, the American University of Beirut, the Technical University Delft, Sint Lucas Brussels and at both the Bartlett and the Architecture Association here in London. WHAT_architecture is also a communications device and thus Anthony has been European correspondent to Monument Australia, the editor of both ROAM (Reader on the Aesthetic of Mobility) and the practice-based research portal blablablarchitecture and the curator of exhibitions such as the public participation show Legobusier held at the Barbican.

Research Interests

1. Architecture NZ, Dec 1990

2. Lotus International 73

3. GA Houses 37 (With Stefano De Martino)

4. France D’Ouest, Dec 21 1994

5. Domus 753 (With Sauerbruch Hutton)

6. “The Automatic Manual”, Biblioteca Di Venezia 1995

7. Water and Architecture, Architectural Design 1995

8. Quaderns 198: ‘Triptych of Catalan Architecture’ 1996

9. NZ Herald 07 Jan 1998

10. Blueprint 152 July / August 1998

11. Architecture Today, Dec 1998

12. «Experimental Houses», Laurence King Publishers, London 2000

13. The Bartlett Book Of Ideas, 2000

14. «The New Vernacular», Laurence King Publishers, London 2001

15. Requiem Per L’Escala, Stair Of Horror, Centre De Cultura Contemporania De Barcelona, 2001

16. Mana 41, 2001

17. Mana 43, 2001

18. North and South Magazine, August 2003: ‘WHAT is Maori?” by Margot Butcher

19. Creative Review, ROAM: review, August 2003

20. Building Design, 12 Sept 2003, “Moving Targets: ROAM” review by Peter Wilson

21. Design Week; August 2003

22. Bartlett Works: VAC Leuven project, Thames and Hudson, January 2004

23. The Delft Annual 2003: Transferium project (TU Delft December 2003)

24. «L’architettura delle infrastrutture», Valerio Paolo Mosco, seminario internazionale, Regione

Lombardia, Milano (22 settembre 2003)

25. “Roaming” NU_revista 15 (edited by Toyo Ito / University of Coimbra, Portugal)

26. Fabrications, Journal of SAHANZ, December 2004, ‘House on Motiti Island’

27. Blueprint, March 2005: LITEhouse project

28. Blueprint June 2006: Rooftop Nursery

29. Icon Magazine June 2006: Rooftop Nursery

30. Mark Magazine, The Netherlands 2006: ‘Doing it for the kids’

31. 31 May 2006, The Advertiser: “Architect Pistol Whipped Gun Man”

32. Building Design, 13 June 2006: “Architect’s Assailant Convicted”

33. Frame Magazine 52, September / October 2006: “Kid On A Hot Green Roof”

34. Diseñart 2006 12 Edificio Z58: “Rooftop Nursery : Guardería En La Azoitea, Londres”

35. The Times, 07 April 2006: “How to get mothers back to work? The Rooftop Nursery!”

36. Architecture Foundation: “Changing London Schools: The Rooftop Nursery”

37. Hackney Design Awards 2006: “Rooftop Nursery: Winner”

38. Monument Magazine 76: “Play Box”

39. American Planning Association, January 2007: “Rooftop Nursery: small scale regeneration as

urban acupuncture”

40. Hackney Today Issue 152 5 February 2007, p12-13: “Design For Life: Rooftop Nursery”

41. Building Design, 9 February 2007: “London Spot check / Hackney Honours”

42. Maori Architecture, From the fale to wharenui and beyond; Deidre Brown, May 2009

43. RIBA Journal, Aug-Sep 09, Intelligence: ‘Toy Storey’: Kucharek, Jan-Carlos

44. Dominion Post (NZ); 1 August 2008: ‘Lego Goes Large’

45. Uxbridge Gazette, 11-Nov-09: ‘Church and School put their backs into School’s World Record

Attempt’

46. Blueprint December 2009, ’25 who will change architecture and design in 2010’

47. Building Design Reviews: education, February 2010: Legobusier

Written by WHAT_architecture / Anthony Hoete:

2006- Kultureflash: www.kultureflash.org / Architectural Editor

2006- Advisory Board, Interstices, Journal of Architectural Theory (University of Auckland)

2005- Moderator, Interstices, Journal of Architectural Theory (University of Auckland)

2003 Editor, ROAM_Reader on the Aesthetic of Mobility (BDP, London)

1998- European Correspondent, Monument Australia

1994-6 Associate Editor, Artifice Magazine and CD-Rom

48. “3 x3 = 10: John Hejduk’s Texas Houses”, Anthony Hoete, University of Auckland 1990

49. Octagon: "Mountaineering In The Netherlands: S, M, L, NL", Hungary, #2, 1999

50. Monument 31, 1999: “The Hill-Ding”

51. Monument 33, 1999: “S, M, L, NL: 4 Projects By NL Architects”

52. Monument Residential Special 2000: “The Water Tower House”

53. Monument 36, 2000: “Export 2000: Dutch Pavilion At Hanover”

54. Monument 37, 2000: “Tate of the Nation”

55. Monument Residential Special 2001: “Ronald McDonald House In Utrecht”

56. Monument Residential Special 02, 2001: “The House Hijacked”

57. Monument 46 2001: “From the Modern to the Modem”

58. Monument 50 2002: “The taxi Drivers guide to the City: Zaha Hadid”

59. ROAM, A Reader on the Aesthetic of Mobility, 336pp., BDP London 2003

60. Monument Residential Special 2003: “Image Building: Maison Malice”, November 2003

61. Fabrications Vol14: ‘Here and There: House and Nature in New Zealand Architecture’; The

Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand, Dec 2004

62. Kultureflash 149: Architecture Talks: Rem Koolhaas v Peter Eisenman with Brett Steele

63. Kultureflash 156: China Now! Peter Cook introduces Ho Chang and Arata Isozaki

64. Kultureflash 159: “An exhibition review without a visit: FAT at the RIBA”

65. Kultureflash 161: “Welcome to crack land: the Rooftop Nursery”

66. Kultureflash 161: “Will you marry me? Anthony Hoete quizzes Rem Koolhaas”

67. Kultureflash 162: “Archispectre: FAT at the TATE”

68. Kultureflash 163: “Name games and the architectural office: PLOT at the TATE”

69. Kultureflash 165: “A book review without a reading: Design Models by UN Studio”

70. Kultureflash 172: “Ethertecture: Neil Spiller plays the Barbican”

71. Kultureflash 182: “Paint the town red: Sauerbruch Hutton”

72. Kultureflash 184: “Non-building: Lars Spruyboek / Nox”

73. Kultureflash 188: “Architecture as photography: Helene Binet”

74. Kultureflash 190: “Another Architectural Award: Herzog and de Meuron”


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