Addicted to Architecture
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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DICKSON HOUSE AT MORIALTAIDEALISM VERSUS PRAGMATICS
STUDENT YEARS AND YOUNG ARCHITECT
A REVITALISED RETURN
THE ARKABA YEARS 19571967
THE ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY UNION REDEVELOPMENT
OFFICES PUBLIC USE FACILITIES
A DESIGN PROCESS
APPENDIX PROVENANCE PARTNERSHIP CURRICULUM VITAE APPOINTMENTS
Adelaide City Council Adelaide University Union adjacent alignment allow architect architectural Arkaba Corner arrangement Association Award balcony beams bedroom block bookshop brick builder building built ceiling Civic Centre Civic Trust Cloister close columns completed concept concrete Conservation Park construction consultants Council courtyard created creek detail Dickson House dining area east edge engineers entrance environment existing extension flat floor level framing garden ground floor interior kitchen land landscape layout Lilian living Louis Laybourne-Smith Mackinnon Parade Monarto Morialta Morialta Conservation Park motel natural needs North Adelaide North Terrace Old Gum Tree outlook planning plant Platten problem proposal RAIA SA Chapter relationships road Robert Dickson Robin Boyd roof Seabreeze Hotel shelter side sketch sloping South Australia space Stage Steve Street structure student timber trees trusses Union redevelopment University of Adelaide wall Wandilla Drive window wing Zsolt