Andresen O'Gorman: Rosebery house. Highgate Hill, Queensland, 1998

Andresen, Brit, O'Gorman, Peter and Batterham, John (2007). Andresen O'Gorman: Rosebery house. Highgate Hill, Queensland, 1998. In Claudia Perren and Kristien Ring (Ed.), Living the modern: Australian architecture (pp. 186-189) Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz Verlag.

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Author Andresen, Brit
O'Gorman, Peter
Batterham, John
Title of chapter Andresen O'Gorman: Rosebery house. Highgate Hill, Queensland, 1998
Title of book Living the modern: Australian architecture
Place of Publication Ostfildern, Germany
Publisher Hatje Cantz Verlag
Publication Year 2007
Sub-type Other
Open Access Status
ISBN 9783775720335
Editor Claudia Perren
Kristien Ring
Chapter number 37
Start page 186
End page 189
Total pages 4
Total chapters 45
Language eng
Subjects 120101 Architectural Design
1201 Architecture
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The architectural intentions include establishing coherence in landscape/building relationships, devdoping transactional space, and creating degrees of transparency and enclosure. The spatial and physical continuity between the hill and the river was important in retaining and preserving the long, undulating space of the gully, which became influential in the decision to place the house as a long, narrow timber structure along its eastern slopes.
Keyword Original Creative Works - Design/Architectural work
Q-Index Code BX
Additional Notes Also published in a German language edition: "Australische Architektur: Wohnraum Moderne" (ISBN: 9783775720045; 3775720049). Catalogue from the Exhibition "Living the modern: Australian architecture", Deutsches Architektur Zentrum, DAZ, Berlin, Germany, 8 October-30 November 2008.

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