Architectural Practice in Postwar Queensland (1945-1975): Building and Interpreting an Oral History Archive, Peta Dennis 1999 interview with Stephen Trotter, Side A and Side B
Side A: 31 min., 57 sec. ; Side B: 30 min., 35 sec.
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The Architectural Practice in Postwar Queensland (1945-1975): Building and Interpreting an Oral History Archive is a digital archive (http://qldarch.net/) project for Queensland architecture and offers a wealth of information on the region’s design history, focusing primarily on the period 1945-1975.
The project is funded through an Australian Research Council Linkage grant (Project 2011-13) and is a collaboration between the Centre for Architecture Theory Criticism History in the School of Architecture and the eResearch Group in the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering at The University of Queensland, the State Library of Queensland, Wilson Architects, BVN-Donovan Hill Architecture, Riddel Architecture and Conrad Gargett Architecture.
Collaborators on this project are: Professor John Macarthur, Dr Deborah van der Plaat, Andrew Wilson, Adjunct Professor Don Watson, Adjunct Professor Robert Riddel and Dr Janina Gosseye at the School of Architecture (UQ) and Professor Jane Hunter and Andrae Muys at the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (UQ).
Centre for Architecture Theory Criticism History. (n.d.). Architectural Practice in Postwar Queensland (1945-1975): Building and Interpreting an Oral History Archive. Retrieved from http://atch.architecture.uq.edu.au/architectural-practice-postwar-queensland-1945-1975-building-and-interpreting-oral-history-archive
Cool: the 60s Brisbane house. (2004). Artium, 3, 18.
The Centre for Architecture Theory Criticism History and The University of Queensland Library would like to acknowledge Peta Dennis for permission to archive these recordings.
This interview was conducted by Brisbane heritage architect, Peta Dennis in 1999 as part of her Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Architecture dissertation. Exploring the design of 1960s houses in Brisbane, Dennis interviewed 11 architects: Graham Bligh, John Dalton, Graham du Gruchy, Robin Gibson, Peter Heathwood, Maurice Hurst (interview not digitised by UQ Library), Nevil Miller, Geoffrey Pie, David Roessler, Stephen Trotter and Don Winsen.