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Ken Woolley (1933-2015) was a leader in Australian architecture.  After a successful early career in the NSW Government Architect’s Office, his project housing for Pettit and Sevitt during the 1960s and the Wilkinson Award-winning Mosman House contributed to the development of vernacular building and the regional romantic Sydney School movement.  Woolley joined Ancher, Mortlock, Murray and Woolley in 1964 (the practice later became Archer, Mortlock and Woolley), was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 1988 and received the Australian Insitute of Architects’s Gold Medal in 1993.