Winning Homes: 75 Australian House Design Competitions
A fully illustrated photographic collection of award winning homes from the last century of Australian design and architecture, from the first competition won by the governors wife. Featuring many well-known architects and firms, homes of the prime ministers, archbishops and other notable individuals, and including houses that introduced construction techniques and styles that progressed the field. Full of illustrations, photos, plans and featuring a guided history of each house, providing context and theme. Carefully constructed by housing historian, Tim Reeves.
About the Author:
Tim Reeves graduated from the University of Adelaide with first-class honours, majoring in History and Politics. He has worked for the ACT and Commonwealth governments, and has previously published academic articles, journalism, poetry and puzzles. His first book, 100 Canberra Houses,co-authored with Alan Roberts, was a huge undertaking, covering the first hundred years of architecture in Canberra, and produced in celebration of the centennary of Australias capital city. He currently resides in South Australia.
Dimensions: H 23.5cm x W 21.5cm
Publisher: Halstead Press
Publication Date: 2020
Number of Pages: 176