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"The architecture of Edmond and Corrigan is the appropriate self-defining aesthetic alternative to the Club of Europe." This is how French critic Pierre Restany describes the Australian architectural practice of Maggie Edmond and Peter Corrigan. For the past twenty years, the work of Edmond and Corrigan in architecture and theatre has drawn intense reaction and interest. Their work is a search for the means to express ideas about life in Australia through the medium of built form. The buildings that have been designed by them are discussed within the context of Australian and international architecture. Offering a sustained critique that is rare in Australian architecture, Conrad Hamann has started to redress the balance in this lively, original and well-informed analysis.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1994. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110195534670