LOST - No. 52 SUMMER 2013: Cocktails in Melbourne 1935 / Robin Grow p5. Prince Edward Theatre, London / Richard Stone p8. Marcel Janco and modernist Bucharest / Adrian Whittle p9. Machine-age handbags - lucite / Carmel Taylor p12. Facing off: Paris 1937 / Robin Grow p15. Deco radios p18. A child's eye view / Steven Barlow p21. Depression and romance: Bing Crosby in the early thirties / Bob King p24. 'Post' modernist: a tribute to Frank Dixon / Simon Reeves p27.
No. 53 AUTUMN 2013: Havana at last! / Robin Grow p5. Wellington (NZ) art deco / David Wharton p9. Complete re-creation of historic art deco Delage Coupe (car) / John Lawson and Margaret Pitt p13. Café Deco Bar and Grill, Hong Kong / Trevor Cunningham p16. Havana montage / Peter Sheridan p18. The house at Canoas: Oscar Niemeyer (1907-2012) / Peter Sheridan p21. Royal Adelaide Hospital: heritage precinct proposal / Marcus Beresford p24. Facing off in Miami Beach p28.
No. 54 WINTER 2013: Russell Street Police Headquarters, Melbourne / Robin Grow p5. Two Chicago architects [Frank Lloyd Wright and Mies van der Rohe] / Bob King p9. Australia and the Comedian Harmonists / Julie Lord p14. Art Deco and Modernism Society: celebrating 21 years / Robin Grow p17. Diana and her hounds [sculptures] / Robin Grow p20. The house in Camaguey [Cuba] / Brian Scott p23. The Grand Hotel in Ernakulum [India] / Elliot Katz p28.
No. 55 SPRING 2013: Eastern Beach, Geelong / Robin Grow p5. Straits art deco: Singapore's adaptive art deco / Trevor Cunningham p8. English jug-vases: a taxing concept / Brian Scott p12. Fallingwater [Frank Lloyd Wright holiday retreat] / Bob King p14. Friezes on National Painting School, Marianao, Havana / images by Peter Sheridan AM p18. What a trio!: Ida 'Babe' Pender, 'Squizzy' Taylor and Mickey Powell / Robin Grow p20. A tale of two Rome suburbs / Robin Grow p23. Museum of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, Salamanca / Heather and John Hills p26. Italian fascism and radio / Robin Grow p28.
No. 56 SUMMER 2014: Oliver Gilpin: an empire of drapery stores / Robin Grow p5. Villa Tugendhat [Brno, Czech Republic] p8. A singular vision: Harry Seidler / Scott Nelson p12. Haberdashery and all that jazz / Carmel Taylor p14. The Bluebird Café, Lockhart, NSW / Robin Grow p16. Buffalo City Hall, New York State (photo) p18. Art deco radiator mascots / David Marshall p20. Floor polishers / Brian Scott p24. Abstract art: a brief overview / Bob King p26.
No. 57 AUTUMN 2014: Civic Hall, Ballarat p5. Palm Springs p8. Kara's bad Baltimore deco congress p12. The art deco murals of Hildreth Meiere p15. The Story of Mankind, Rockefeller Centre p18. Art deco day at Katoomba p24. San Francisco: Pflueger's legacy and a street car to desire p26.
No. 58 WINTER 2014: Modernist churches / Robin Grow p5. Three houses in Paris / Robin Grow p8. A gathering of eagles p10. Shepherd castors: a 'down under' invention / Brian Scott p12. Perpignan, Southern France / Philippe Latger and Robin Grow p14. The council chambers, Port Adelaide: a poem by Elaine Barker p17. Art deco clocks p18. Sydney Opera House / Bob King p20. The Red Room, One Wall Street, New York / Robin Grow p24. The Shukhov Radio Tower, Moscow / Natalia Melikova p26. The diamond engagement ring: 'a deco thing' / Brian Scott p28. Curiocity: open house Melbourne 2014: Manchester Unity; Cairo Flats; Capitol Theatre p31.
No. 59 SPRING 2014: Palais Theatre, St Kilda / Robin Grow p5. Book review: Deco radios p7. Long Beach downtown deco / Brian Scott p8. BBC antiques roadshow / David Wharton p12. Ship, train and aeroplane motifs / Graeme Rudd p15. In search of Oscar [Niemeyer] / Robin Grow p20. The Ahwahnee: wilderness luxury / Brian Scott p22. Fashion fusion: Asian women meet modernity / Carmel Taylor p26. Colonial Exposition, Paris 1931 / Robin Grow p28.
No. 60 SUMMER 2015: Shanghai art deco weekend no.2 / David Thompson p5. Peplums, pleats and beyond: day dresses of the 1930s / Julie Lord p8. A Melbourne modernist: James Earle 1927-2014 / Simon Reeves p12. Book review: Art deco mailboxes p15. Some modernist teapots / Bob King p16. A winter walk through Brooklyn / Susan DeMark and David Thompson p20. 'Modern' art deco / Tony Pilkington p24. Book review: Gentle modernist: the nine lives of Anatol Kagan p27. Yeoville - 'art decay' to resurrection [Johannesburg] / Pascal J. Petit p28.
No. 61 AUTUMN 2015: Bus stop! [in Havana, Cuba] / Robin Grow p5. North Balwyn walk / Steven Barlow p8. Masculinity and the common man in art deco / Graeme Rudd p11. Charles Neville Hollinshed: improving the quality of life in Australian cities and towns / Robin Grow p14. Suits to suit: a revolution in women's wear in the 1930s and 1940s / Julie Lord p16. Durban art deco: sub-tropical deco / Pascal J. Petit p20. Jantzen (Australia) Ltd / Les Harrison p24. Coolullah [house, Mordialloc] / David Wharton p26. Mackay moderne / Paul Martyn p28.
No. 62 WINTER 2015: The 1936 Empire Exhibition, Johannesburg / Pacale J. Petit p5. A modernist house with a story: the French Ambassador's house in Jaffa / Adrian Whittle p8. Bus stops - big ones! / Robin Grow p10. Everglades house and gardens [Leura, NSW] / Patricia Convery p14. Men's fashion: cufflinks, a snappy look / Brian Scott p17. Unravelling 'Meadmore Originals' [Clement Meadmore] / Simon Reeves p22. Shanghai's lost Chinese art deco city / Tina Kanagaratnam p26. From bale-to-box: Stirling Henry Ltd [Flemington, Sydney] / Les Harrison p29.
No. 63 SPRING 2015: Art deco in the Outback [Longreach, Charleville, Roma] / Les Harrison p5. Morbid charm in concrete: '1933' in Shanghai / Robin Grow p8. Remember this - Class Act Collective [textile artists, Adelaide] / Ansie van der Walt p11. The Green House (the former residence of Wu Tongwen) [architect L.E. Hudec] / Brian Scott p12. The thirties: evening wear for 'every' woman / Julie Lord p15. From city south to Southbank [Radio Corporation, Ford Motor Car, Sennitts Ice Cream, Lucy Secor, Brooklands Accessories] / Robin Grow p20. High and over: Amersham, U.K. / David Wharton p22. Art deco buttons / Craig Stephen p26. The art deco department stores of Shanghai: the Chinese Australian connection / Peter Hack p28.
No. 64 SUMMER 2016: Fairmont Peace Hotel, Shanghai / Brian Scott p5. Electricity on exhibition: Melbourne 1935 / Robin Grow p9. Men's formal wear 20s to 40s [fashion]: dress coat vs dinner jacket p12. Healing the sick: the Micks and Masons in East Melbourne [Mercy Hospital; Catholic Church; Freemasons] / Robin Grow p15. Australians in Hollywood / Julie Lord p20. Adelaide's supreme flats / Giles Walkley p22. Modernism at Melbourne University / Robin Grow p26. Edgar Brandt: master of metal / Joan Kahr p28.
No. 65 AUTUMN 2016: The Freemason Hospital / Robin Grow p5. 'Condensed ' Cocktails: A Brief History / Julie Lord p8. The Big Olympic Battle [Design of the stadium for the 1956 Olympics] / Robin Grow p11. Dungatar Comes to Ripponlea [The Dressmaker costume exhibit] / Julie Lord p14. Deco Manhole Covers p18. LED Allegedly Murders Neon / Michael Blazek p20. When Art Deco Arrived in Victoria / Robin Storey p23. Dainty Diva: The life and times of Australian Soprano Dorothy Rudder / Catherine Strong p26.
No. 66 WINTER 2016: Neon - A survivor [Skipping Girl, Pelaco sign, Nylex sign, Pellegrini's Bourke Street, Florentino Bourke Street, Astor St Kilda East, Sun Yarraville, Rivoli Camberwell, Bosari's Corner sign Carlton] / Julie Lord p8. Style restrained [gentlemen's neckware] / Brian Scott p11. A night on the town [dressing Art Deco] / Kathy Hope p20. Between the wars in South Melbourne [Macrob Girl's High School, Army Band Building, Tiberius, Park Gate, Bay View Hotel, Cricket Club Hotel, Star Hotel, Town Hall Hotel, Melbourne Butter Supplies, National Bank 252 Clarendon Street, Court House and Police station 209-13 Bank Street, Park Towers] / Robin Grow p28.
No. 67 SPRING 2016: The Block, Port Melbourne [TV show The Block and its renovation of J Kitchen and Sons factory] p4. Circa 1936 [Cowra branch of The Rural Bank on Sanger Street] / Robin Grow p5. The High Court of Australia [High Court building 45 Little Bourke Street Melbourne] / Joanne Boyd p8. Griffin houses open day [enclave of houses designed by Walter Burley Griffin in Castlecrag Sydney] / Carole Dent p22. All the T&G Buildings [Distinctive buildings of the Temperance and General Mutual Provident Society] / Rohan Storey p25.
No. 68 SUMMER 2017: Living in Art Deco Sydney / Robin Grow p5. Suiting the man 20s to 40s [men's fashion] / Brian Scott p9. Reel moderne: amazing modernist architecture on film / Julie Lord p13. Sports stadiums [various sport stadiums including Glenferrie oval grandstand] / Robin Grow p18. Art deco and baby health [baby health centres] / Heather Sheard p24. The A-Z of art deco elements / Robin Grow p30. Melbourne-Newspaper House / Robin Grow p32.
No. 69 AUTUMN 2017: Melmo: A modernist walk in Melbourne [Orica House, Gilbert Court, Coates Building, State Government Buildings, Reserve Bank, Collins Place, Hoyts Cinema Centre, Total House, Royal Mail House, Colonial Mutual Limited, AMP Square, Hosies Hotel] / Robin Grow p5. Bricks / Robin Grow p20.
No.70 WINTER 2017: Brave new world: National Gallery of Victoria / Robin Grow p17. Circular Quay railway station: a piece of Sydney modernism / Ian Willis p20. Corowa: art deco on the Murray / Kerry Lee p26.
No.71 SPRING 2017: Mahratta: an art deco estate on Sydney's north shore / Peter Sheridan p5. Josephine Baker / Robin Grow p16. Tooth and Co LTD and Sydney hotel / Les Harrison p23. Four art deco churches [Wesley College Chapel, Pentecostal Melbourne Apostolic Church, Second Church of Christ Scientist Camberwell, Our Lady of Good Cousel] / Rohan Storey p28.
No.72 SUMMER 2018: The great air race: from London to Melbourne 1934 / Robin Grow p5. QANTAS in the deco era / David Crotty p17. A modernist house in Adelaide [Burnside House] / Alex Brooks p20.
No.73 AUTUMN 2018: Royal Bank Chambers: Melbourne / Simon Reeves p10. Art deco in Mildura / Patricia Convery p26.
No.74 WINTER 2018: Stories In Glass: The Toledo-Lucas County Public Library Ohio [2017 Art Deco World Congress, Art Deco glass masterpiece, 1830s Miami and Erie Canal, 1850s new railway line Chicago and New York City, 1880s glass manufacturers USA, Fank Sohn, John Benson] / Julie Lord p5. The Great Australian Woofus [Lawrence Tenny Steven, 1936, David Newton, 2002, sculpture] / Robin Grow p9. A tale of two Aussie cities [Adelaide, South Australia, Brisbane, Queensland, Former Savings Bank of South Australia, King William Street, Ron Golding, War Memorial North Terrace, Sans and McDougall building on King William, former Coles store Rundle Mall, Laubman and Pank, optometrists in Gawler Place, synagogue off Rundle Street, Colonial Mutal Building now the Mayfair Hotel, The Capri Goodwood, Theatre Organ Society, Adelaide Showgroundsm Ridley Memorial and Sydney Kidman Gates, Former Reserve Bank Building Victoria Square, Eynesbury College, Faraway House, Modern and Brutalist style, Harry House 1954, Jacobi House 1957, Peterson House 1969, A F Dawson residence 1963, Eisenmenger House 1961, Michael Blazek, Finney Isles & Co now David Jones, Tattersalls building, Manor Apartments formerly the Colonial Mutual Assurance Society 1930-1, Rothbury Hotel formerly Shell House, Walter Taylor Bridge, Fortitude Valley, 20th Century Architecture] / Robin Grow p10. Beyond Brasilia [Niemeyer, Goiania, Atilio Correa Lima, engineer, architect french trained urban town planner, Teatro Goiania, Jorge Felix, Art Deco Train Station 1950, National Heritage Register, 2018 Art Deco Festival, Cineo Pireneus 1919 Neo-Classical Style] / Paul Martyn p13. The Mullin Automotive Museum: An automotive deco dream [French manufacture] / Brian Scott p17. Custom textiles: Rodier Paris [Eugene Rodier, Rodier Mills, Coco Chanel 1916, Pablo Picasso] / Julie Lord p22. Hidden London treasures [Ibex House 1937, Fuller Hall and Foulsham, Blenstock House, Hitler ordered not to bomb in case of takeover, urban myth, Grade II listed status, Stanmore Underground Station 1932, Douglas Wood, Attilio Azzali, Kingsley Court, Peter Caspari, First Expressionist UK building, Cholmeley Lodge, Guy Morgan, Floorin Court, Poirot, Gwynne House 1938, Royal London provided subsisised accomodation for nurses and trainee doctors] / Adrian Whittle p24. Spending our shekels in Tel Aviv [Cinema Hotel formely Esther Cinerma, Dizengoff Circle, World's highest concentration of modernist buildings around 4000, UNESCO World Heritage site 2003, White City, Bauhaus, Rothschild Boulevard, Thermometer Houses, Haifa, conservationist, Kibbutz, Joesph Neufeld, Weizmann Institute of Science, Erich Mendelsohn, Bauhaus Museum, Jerusalem, Schoken Library, The Great Synagogue] Robin Grow p27.Cairo Fitzroy [North Fitzroy, 1930s, minimum flats, Best Overend, Uxbridge House home of former Government Minister and leader of the Temperance Movement, rare serviced bachelor flats, flat roof, innovative staircases, Victorian Heritage Register HI005] / Robin Grow p30. World news [ABC finished refurbishment of Melbourne Southbank HQ, Original 1940 panels retained, Glasgow School of Art entire interior lost to another fire, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Dessau Germany Bauhaus, Stay in the Walter Gropius-designed Bauhaus building complex in Dessau, Tripoli, Lebanon, Oscar Niemeyer, World Monuments Fund list of 100 most endangered sites 2006, Dallas USA, Fair Park 1936] p32.
No.75 SPRING 2018: Brutalist design in Melbourne [Total House, Cinema Centre Bourke St, Harold Holt Swimming Centre, Eastern Hill Fire Brigade, Plumbers and Gasfitters Employees Union Building] / Robin Grow p5. Steel windows in Australia / Julia Lord p11. Chris A Smith / Alison McDougall p14. Lost and found: Percy Everett and Vanne Trompf / George Biron p26. The story of the Australian Glass Manufacturers Limited (AGM) / Barry Clare p28.
No.76 SUMMER 2019: Heaven, I'm in heaven- an Art Deco moment [Suzanne Bennett 'Lady Wilkins' and the Hindenberg] / Steven Barlow p5. A tale of two great Melbourne buildings [Russel Street Police HQ and The Capitol Theatre] / Robin Grow p8. The deco piano / Brian Scott p12. Angels costumes London / Julie Lord p15. The Percy Trompf story / Julie Lord p18. Houses built for glass: the offices and warehouse of Australian Glass Manufacturers Limited (AGM) / Barry Clare p28.