Conrad Hamann is Associate Professor in Architectural History, RMIT. His most recent publications include Cities of Hope: Remembered/Rehearsed (Thames and Hudson, 2012).
Conrad Hamann's Latest contributions
This considered refurbishment honours a once-vital part of Melbourne’s infrastructure, transforming the formal rhythm of stables and riding halls into flexible studios and performance spaces for the Victorian College of the Arts.
A small, unassuming biology pavilion, Harmer Architecture’s Monash University Biological Sciences Laboratory combines austere materiality with expressive geometry to engage with its program and natural surrounds.
Conrad Hamann remembers Peter Corrigan, an influential architect and educator who was a fulcrum in the 1970s to 1990s transformation in Australian architecture.
McIntyre Partnership’s expressive learning centre at Trinity Grammar in Melbourne serves as a chronicle of the architecture of Peter McIntyre.