Rachel Hurst is an architectural writer and critic. She has researched and been published on the alliances between design and food. Rachel’s work has been included in books Eating Architecture and Food and the City, she writes regularly for the Australian design media, and she is a contributing editor to Architecture Australia. A senior lecturer in architecture at the University of South Australia, Rachel is also undertaking a PhD (by project) at RMIT University with an emphasis on architecture and gastronomy.
Rachel Hurst's Latest contributions
Stories dating back more than a century infuse this addition to the first university college for women in Australia.
Curiosity and humility colour John Wardle Architects’ approach to designing this new learning and teaching building at Monash University’s Clayton Campus, where references to the landscape cultivate a rich field of spatial and learning experiences.
Two new towers by Candalepas Associates, the hotel QT Melbourne on Russell Street and the AHL Headquarters on George Street in Sydney, complement the existing fabric of the city with compositional finesse.
Dr. Rachel Hurst reviews the 2017 National Architecture Conference that took place in Sydney at the International Convention Centre.