An interview with Charles Holland

London-based architect Charles Holland speaks with Timothy Moore on the radical impulse of postmodernism and its Australian strain.

Charles Holland is an architect, writer and teacher concerned with the essence of communication. With his London-based practice FAT (Fashion, Architecture, Taste), the office explores the possibility of cultural practices outside of architecture to inform spatial experience. In a hotel room adjacent to Melbourne’s Federation Square and the moorish-revival Forum Theatre, he speaks with Timothy Moore on the radical impulse of postmodernism and its Australian strain.

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