Addicted to Architecture

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Wakefield Press, 2010 - Architects - 246 pages
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From the first challenge of designing and building a modest house while an architectural student, Robert Dickson has consistently applied a fresh and independent approach to design. Addicted to Architecture reveals the experiences and philosophies that have shaped the life of Robert Dickson, a pioneer of contemporary architecture and design in South Australia.
 

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Contents

PREFACE
1
DICKSON HOUSE AT MORIALTAIDEALISM VERSUS PRAGMATICS
13
STUDENT YEARS AND YOUNG ARCHITECT
39
A REVITALISED RETURN
71
THE ARKABA YEARS 19571967
93
THE ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY UNION REDEVELOPMENT
127
OFFICES PUBLIC USE FACILITIES
158
EXTENSIONS 19901996
212
A DESIGN PROCESS
223
APPENDIX PROVENANCE PARTNERSHIP CURRICULUM VITAE APPOINTMENTS
231
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
241
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