Hayes & Scott: Post-war Houses

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Andrew Charles Wilson
Univ. of Queensland Press, 2005 - Architecture - 112 pages
Hayes & Scott: Post-War Houses is the first commercial publication on the work of Edwin Hayes and Campbell Scott. These influential Queensland architects were principals of architecture firm Hayes & Scott in the post-World War II period when Australian architecture was experiencing the influences of the German Bauhaus movement, Californian architecture and the need for affordable housing.

Featuring scattered black and white photographs of Hayes and Scott’s distinctive city and beach houses, this important architectural history book features essays and interviews by key experts including Angela Reilly, Igea Troiani, Alice Hampson, Julian Patterson and Elizabeth Musgrave.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Catalogue of house projects
18
Hayes Scott and the modest house
75
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Andrew Wilson is an academic, practising architect. He has been a member of nmbw architecture studio since 1993, an architecture practice with offices in Brisbane and Melbourne that was formed for the purpose of producing architecture exhibitions and publications, competition entries and built work. In 1997 he edited the publication BIRRELL, work from the office of james birrellon the Australian architect James Birrell with John Macarthur. He is currently a lecturer in architecture at QUT in Brisbane.

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