THE MODERN MOVEMENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES: A THEMATIC STUDY AND SURVEY OF PLACES
NSW showing an understanding of European and American Modern Movement architecture and design were constructed during the 1930s, as the state was …
experience advanced Modern Movement architecture at first hand. … In the 1930s NSW’s finest Modern Movement buildings included hospitals, particularly …
Modern Movement influence via Le Corbusier’s drastic 1920s plans for Paris and his highly … Modern Movement tradition and imitated by other architects.
These buildings were one important way in which Modern Movement architecture was introduced to country centres. Pre-war Government Architect’s Branch …
THE MODERN MOVEMENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. A THEMATIC STUDY AND SURVEY OF PLACES. Commissioned by. Heritage Council of New South …
Many industrial buildings were designed by prominent Modern Movement architects, including. Stephenson & Turner, Baldwinson & Booth, Harry Seidler, Oser …
The Modern Movement was, essentially, breaking the old ways of thinking. The first … By the late 1920s in Sydney the modern movement in art sought to reduce …
Sadly this not always the case for Modern Movement architecture. There was a wealth of new materials and building techniques coming onto the market during ..
Books / Articles
Hannah Lewi & Cameron Logan, ‘Stimulating Schools’ in Economy and Architecture, Juliet Odgers, Mhairi McVicar and Stephen Kite (eds), Routledge Press: London (2015) pp. 204-216.
Hannah Lewi ‘Back to School: understanding the evidential value of the modern documentary’, The Journal of Architecture 20, no. 2 (2015), pp. 193-214. (DOI:10.1080/13602365.2015.1025813)
Sianan Healy and Kate Darian-Smith, ‘Educational Spaces and the ‘Whole Child’: A Spatial History of School Design, Pedagogy and the Modern Australian Nation’, History Compass 13, no. 6 (2015), pp. 275-287. (DOI: 10.1111/hic3.12237)
Philip Goad, ‘Free Spirits, New Education and the New School: A Different Account of Modernism in Australian Architecture 1925- 1975,’ Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand: 32, Paul Hogben and Judith O’Callaghan, Eds., (2015), pp. 206-217.
Cameron Logan, ‘Anti-institutions: Schooling without School Buildings,’ Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand: 32, Paul Hogben and Judith O’Callaghan, Eds., (2015), pp. 341-350.
Alberto Pugnale and Alberto Bologna, ‘Dante Bini’s “New Architectural Formulae”: Construction, Collapse and Demolition of Binishells in Australia 1974-2015,’ Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand: 32, Paul Hogben and Judith O’Callaghan, Eds., (2015), pp. 488-499.
Hannah Lewi, ‘Plans on Film: Cut to the Professional Smoking His Pipe’, Fabrications Journal 24, no.2 (2014), pp. 268-289. (DOI: 10.1080/10331867.2014.961224)
Kate Darian-Smith and Nikki Henningham, ‘Site, School, Community: Educating Modern Girls at the J.H. Boyd Domestic College, South Melbourne, 1930s–1980s, History of Education Review 43, no. 2 (2014) , pp. 152-171.
Kate Darian-Smith and Sianan Healy, ‘Children, Childhood and Cultural Heritage: An International Perspective’, Conservation Bulletin 73 (Winter 2014), pp. 3–5.
Cameron Logan, Philip Goad, Hannah Lewi, Julie McLeod, Sianan Healy, Kate Darian-Smith, ‘The school environment as history’, Agora 48, no. 4 (2013), pp. 46-53.
Kate Darian-Smith, ‘Noisy Classrooms and the ‘Quiet Corner’: Memories of School, Sound and the Senses’ in Damousi, J and Hamilton, P (eds), Sound, Memory and the Senses: Intimate Cultural Histories, Routledge, NY, in press.
Kate Darian-Smith and Julie Willis (eds), Designing Schools: Space, Place and Pedagogy, Routledge, London and New York, book under contract.
Kate Darian-Smith, ‘Domestic Spaces and School Places: Vocational Education, Gender and Race in Mid-Twentieth Century Australia’ in Kate Darian-Smith and Julie Willis (eds), Designing Schools: Space, Place and Pedagogy, Routledge, London and New York, book under contract.
Presentations & Exhibitions
Hannah Lewi & Caroline Jordan, ‘State School No. 1490: 1968-1972,’ exhibition and catalogue proceedings in Situation Exhibition and Symposium, IDEA Conference, RMIT, Melbourne (2014), 101-107.
Kate Darian-Smith, Julie Willis and Julie McLeod, ‘Space, Place and Purpose in Designing Australian School,’ Panel presentation, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, 12 June 2014.
Kate Darian-Smith,‘School Places and Spaces: Children’s Perspectives,’ Australian Association for Research in Education International Conference, Adelaide, 3 December 2013.
Kate Darian-Smith, ‘Memory, History and Heritage,’ Building an Archival Memory of Canberra Symposium, Humanities Research Centre, ANU, 24 September 2013.
Kate Darian-Smith, ‘Childhood, Community and Place in Canberra,’ Keynote presentation at Shaping Canberra: the Lived Experience of Place, Home and Capital Conference, Humanities Research Centre, ANU, Canberra, 17-20 September 2013.
Kate Darian-Smith, ‘Domestic Spaces and School Places: Vocational Education, Gender and Race in Mid-Twentieth Century Australia,’ School is Another Place Symposium, Menzies Centre, Kings College London, 5-7 June 2013.
Kate Darian-Smith, ‘Carnegie in the Antipodes: Philanthropy, public culture and education’, Buildings, Books and Blackboards: Intersecting Narratives, Australia and New Zealand History of Education Conference, RMIT University, 28 November – 01 December 2012.
Kate Darian-Smith, Discussant, ‘Schooling without School Buildings’ Panel, Buildings, Books and Blackboards: Intersecting Narratives, Australia and New Zealand History of Education Conference, RMIT University, 28 November – 01 December 2012.
Sydney School Houses