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Baudish House (1964) by Ken Woolley.
Discourse | Davina Jackson | 2 Jul 2019

How the ‘Sydney School’ changed postwar Australian architecture

Davina Jackson explores the genesis of the Sydney School of architecture that emerged in the 1960s – and attempts to locate it in the broader modernist movement.

A Pettit and Sevitt house, designed by Ken Woolley.
People | Tone Wheeler | 14 Dec 2015

Vale Ken Woolley, 1933-2015

Ken Woolley, progenitor of the influential “Sydney School” of architecture, was arguably the most complete architect of Australia’s modern era.