Tag: Dossier: Architectural History

The five-hectare Japanese Garden at Cowra designed by Ken Nakajima suggests shared cultural tolerance.
Discussion | Anoma Pieris | 1 Oct 2015

Australian Architectures of Internment

This Dossier compiles recent work in architectural history presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ). A theme common to the five articles included in this Dossier is the way that architectural production is shaped by institutions: universities, business entities, religious organizations, governments and community groups. As such, these pieces point to broader issues that affect architectural culture today.

The five-hectare Japanese Garden at Cowra, New South Wales designed by Ken Nakajima.
Discussion | Andrew Leach | 1 Sep 2015

History, History, Everywhere

This Dossier compiles recent work in architectural history presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ). A theme common to the five articles included in this Dossier is the way that architectural production is shaped by institutions: universities, business entities, religious organizations, governments and community groups. As such, these pieces point to broader issues that affect architectural culture today.

The Church of England’s world map from 1843 delineating its colonies and Christian and “Heathen” territories.
Discussion | Alex Bremner | 1 Sep 2015

Colonial architecture and its global contexts

This Dossier compiles recent work in architectural history presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ). A theme common to the five articles included in this Dossier is the way that architectural production is shaped by institutions: universities, business entities, religious organizations, governments and community groups. As such, these pieces point to broader issues that affect architectural culture today.

Elevations of shops and dwellings for the Van Diemen’s Land Company in Burnie, Tasmania by S. & A. Luttrell Architects.
Discussion | Wendy Roberts | 1 Sep 2015

Company Transfer

This Dossier compiles recent work in architectural history presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ). A theme common to the five articles included in this Dossier is the way that architectural production is shaped by institutions: universities, business entities, religious organizations, governments and community groups. As such, these pieces point to broader issues that affect architectural culture today.

Designed in 1924 by C. D. Lynch for the Queensland Country Women’s Association, the Kissing Point Huts served as a low-cost holiday retreat for QCWA members.
Discussion | Daniel Ryan | 1 Sep 2015

Kissing Point Huts

This Dossier compiles recent work in architectural history presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ). A theme common to the five articles included in this Dossier is the way that architectural production is shaped by institutions: universities, business entities, religious organizations, governments and community groups. As such, these pieces point to broader issues that affect architectural culture today.

Conceptual sketch of Griffith University from a site planning report in April 1973 by Roger Johnson.
Discussion | Jared Bird and Susan Holden | 1 Sep 2015

Bush Civics

This Dossier compiles recent work in architectural history presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ). A theme common to the five articles included in this Dossier is the way that architectural production is shaped by institutions: universities, business entities, religious organizations, governments and community groups. As such, these pieces point to broader issues that affect architectural culture today.

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