Hayes & Scott: Post-war houses

Hayes & Scott: Post-war houses. Edited by Andrew Wilson Brisbane, Australia: University of Queensland Press, 2005.

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Title Hayes & Scott: Post-war houses
Place of Publication Brisbane, Australia
Publisher University of Queensland Press
Publication year 2005
Sub-type Other
ISBN 9780702235061
Language eng
Editor Andrew Wilson
Start page 1
End page 112
Total number of pages 112
Subjects 430101 History - Australian
310105 History of the Built Environment
310101 Architecture
410405 Design History and Cultural Theory
1201 Architecture
Abstract/Summary This is chapter 3 of Hayes and Scott: Post-War Houses edited by Andrew Wilson. Hayes & Scott: Post-War Houses is the first commercial publication on the work of Edwin Hayes and Campbell Scott. These influential Queensland architects were principals of architecture firm Hayes & Scott in the post-World War II period when Australian architecture was experiencing the influences of the German Bauhaus movement, Californian architecture and the need for affordable housing. Featuring scattered black and white photographs of Hayes and Scott's distinctive city and beach houses, this important architectural history book features essays and interviews by key experts including Angela Reilly, Igea Troiani, Alice Hampson, Julian Patterson and Elizabeth Musgrave.
Keyword Australian architecture
Post-World War II
German Bauhaus
Californian architecture
Affordable housing
Architectural history
Edwin Hayes
Campbell Scott
Angela Reilly
Igea Troiani
Q-Index Code AX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown
Additional Notes This is chapter 3 of this title. To buy the book through the UQ Bookshop, click on the link provided and follow the instructions.

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