The infinite library

Stead, Naomi (2006) The infinite library. Monument, 76: 64-68.

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Author Stead, Naomi
Title The infinite library
Journal name Monument
ISSN 1320-1115
Publication date 2006-12
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status
Issue 76
Start page 64
End page 68
Total pages 5
Place of publication McMahons Point, NSW, Australia
Publisher Pacific Magazines
Language eng
Subject 12 Built Environment and Design
1201 Architecture
1202 Building
Formatted abstract
This is an exhibition and building review of the city model and library in Sydney’s Customs House, by architects Lacoste and Stevenson.

Customs House was refurbished to house Customs House Library for the Sydney of City Council. It is located at Circular Quay, Sydney and the project was undertaken by Lacoste + Stevenson Architects with design director Thierry Lacoste, project director David Stevenson, project architect Beth Hughes building and coordinating architect PTW. The heritage architect was Tanner Architects.
Keyword Monument Magazine
Criticism
Customs House (Sydney, N.S.W.)
Naomi Stead
Architecture - Australia
Architecture - History
Original Creative Works - Textual work
Q-Index Code C1
Additional Notes Publication date: "Dec 06 / Jan 07".

 
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