The Museum of Architecture is a sort of blog, with lots of photos and just enough text to identify the buildings shown. The most recent posts display four good-quality photos each, with links to pages with more information:
- "Andrew Maynard Architects - Anglesea House (Anglesea, Victoria)"
(July 7, 2009)
- "Nicholas Burns - Johanna House (Johanna beach, Victoria)"
(Jue 29, 2009)
- "Sean Godsell - Glenburn House (Glenburn, Victoria)"
(June 22, 2009)
- "Jackson Clements Burrows - Separation Creek House (Victoria)"
(June 11, 2009)
- "Elenberg Fraser Architecture - Huski Apartments (Victoria)"
(May 25, 2009)
The posts do concentrate quite heavily on 'modern' structures. The charm of modernism's stack-of-packing-crates look in architecture has worn a bit thin over the decades: but these buildings were designed by architects who are either skilled at designing attractive large-scale sculptures - or incredibly lucky.
I'll assume that it's skill.
The Architecture Museum, judging from the last few months of posts, displays a rather narrow range of buildings: both in style and location. But, given that limitation, it's a well-crafted and informative blog.
And, a bit of fun for this architecture fan.