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