Between Devotion and Design: The Architecture of John Cyril Hawes 1876-1956

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University of Western Australia Press, 2000 - Architecture - 406 pages
Sensitive to the elements of the environment and the different cultures within which he worked, architect John Cyril Hawes developed an idiosyncratic and imaginative style. This was particularly evident in his use of Arts and Crafts, Romanesque, and modernist design elements. Extensively illustrated with reproductions of Hawes' designs, buildings, paintings and sketches, this book provides revealing insights into Hawes' varied works, from towering cathedrals, to country schools. Winner of the Australian Christian Book of the Year Award

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