Norman Kingwell Day is an architect, educator, and writer. He worked with the late Robin Boyd and Professor Frederick Romberg before starting his own practice, now with offices in Melbourne, Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Bangkok, Fiji and Dili. His architecture is contemporary and investigative, and has won national and international awards. He is a board member of Architects Without Frontiers, has writing extensively on architecture in the public and professional media, and is the author of twelve books on architecture. In 2000 he was awarded a Doctorate of Architecture (honoris causa) by RMIT University.
Location: Melbourne, Australia