Planning and Building Down Under: New Settlement Strategy and Current Architectural Practice in Australia

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Centre for Human Settlements of the University of British Columbia : University of British Columbia Press, Jan 1, 1978 - Aménagement du territoire - Australie - 37 pages
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Internationally renowned architect Harry Seidler discusses the aimsemerging from the United Nations Habitat Conference as they relate bothpractically and theoretically to major metropolitan and regional growthcentres he has developed in Australia. Seidler's planning designsemphasize the "cohesion of the whole" -- harmonizing buildingforms and landscapes with the age-old concept of pedestrian towncentres.

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Harry Seidler combines planning work with hisarchitectural practice in Australia. Described as a leading member ofthe third generation of modern architects, Seidler has won many majorarchitectural awards.

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