New directions in Australian architecture
Showcasing the work of 14 of Australia's most exciting architectural firms, the text and photos in this book point to a revolutionary design style. Architects featured in the book include Andresen O'Gorman, ARM, Donovan Hill, Engelen Moore, Sean Godsell, Jones Coulter Young, Lyons Architects, Stutchbury & Pape, Kerstin Thompson, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Troppo, John Wardle and Woods Marsh; each designer's chapter includes an introduction explaining the technique and importance of their work. Mindful of history but with an eye toward the future, the buildings in New Directions in Australian Architecture bring to readers the best of both worlds.
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