Architecture Week 2016

Architecture Week begins next week with keynote speaker Stuart Harrison opening with a free talk on Monday 19 September (6pm, AUT University, Sir Paul Reeves Building, Lecture Theatre WG403).

An Australian architect, Stuart Harrison writes with local concerns in mind and has a wide range of works covering residential, commercial, institutional and recreational. He has taught at RMIT and Monash University and is also an author. The Architecture and Planning Library has three of his titles that will be relevant to everyone with an interest in the architecture of Australia and New Zealand.

For the duration of Architecture Week selected images from these texts will also be on display at the Architecture and Planning Library.

New Suburban: Reinventing the family home in Australia and New Zealand. Harrison, S. 2013

New Suburban: Reinventing the family home in Australia and New Zealand. Harrison, S. 2013

Forty-six square metres of land doesn’t normally become a house: Maximising living space: Australia and New Zealand. Harrison, S. 2011

Forty-six square metres of land doesn’t normally become a house: Maximising living space: Australia and New Zealand. Harrison, S. 2011

A place in the sun: Innovative homes for our climate: Australia and New Zealand. Harrison, S. 2010

A place in the sun: Innovative homes for our climate: Australia and New Zealand. Harrison, S. 2010

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