|Authors: ||Hamann, Conrad., Anderson, Michael (Michael A. R.), Callister, Winsome.|
|Publisher:||Melbourne ; New York : Oxford University Press,|
- There are 54 copies of this book in other libraries
- and 44 copies of this specific edition.
- xi, 199 p.,  p. of plates : ill. (some col.), plans ; 28 cm.
- This book tells the story of a life lived through architecture, a complete catalogue of new architectural works and reflects on Edmond & Corrigan's extraordinary contribution to Australian architectural culture. In addition, this volume includes a comprehensive showcase of never-before-published theatre works along with archival letters, articles and rare reflections on a rich and diverse career.
- Statement / Peter Corrigan
- An Observation / Daniel Libeskind
- Author's note and acknowledgements / Conrad Hamann
- Introduction: Edmond and Corrigan in Australian architecture
- 1. Melbourne architecture, 1961
- 2. Peter Corrigan: student, 1961-5
- 3. Early solo work, 1965-7
- 4. Maggie Edmond: to 1975
- 5. Peter Corrigan: America, 1967-74
- 6. Back in Australia, 1974
- 7. Early work: Edmond and Corrigan, 1974-5
- 8. The Keysborough Church, 1975-7
- 9. Later Keysborough buildings, 1975-81
- 10. Work outside Keysborough, 1975-80
- 11. Confronting the Gilded Age, from 1979
- 12. Prototypes, from 1982
- 13. Later projects: Melbourne and Canberra, from 1983
- 14. The city in a single building
- Pressing against Ideas / Michael Anderson
- Appendices / Winsome Callister.
- CIP confirmed.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-196) and index.
- Date entered: 20/03/06 Date removed: 30/11/06 Entered by: Swanston
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