Layering heritage

de Manincor, John (2006) Layering heritage. Houses, 52 56-63.

Author de Manincor, John
Title Layering heritage
Journal name Houses
ISSN 1440-3382
Publication date 2006-10-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 52
Start page 56
End page 63
Total pages 8
Place of publication South Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Publisher Architecture Media
Language eng
Formatted abstract
Melocco and Moore Architects navigated choppy heritage waters to bring new life to a former presbytery in the Hunters Hill area of Sydney.

The article describes the renovation of a former presbytery in Hunters Hill area of Sydney, New South Wales, initiated by Melocco and Moore Architects. Added to the hurdle of having conservative neighbours was the fact that the house had been renovated by Glenn Murcutt during the early 1980. But dealing with the moral rights legislation was a simple process: David Melocco contacted Murcutt, who gave up his moral rights to the house, and the glazed sunroom was demolished.

Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

Document type: Journal Article
Sub-type: Article (original research)
Collection: School of Architecture Publications
 
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