By Karen McCartney
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In Iconic Australian homes 50/60/70: 3 many years of family structure, Karen McCartney provides 15 major examples of houses spanning from the Nineteen Fifties to the Seventies, each one designed via a special architect and reflecting the impacts of Lloyd Wright, Gropius and Mies Van Der Rohe at the layout of the time. In every one instance the connection among the architect and proprietor is mentioned, as is the linking of the construction to its website, fabrics and architectural detailing. the writer has interviewed many architects and proprietors for his or her own insights. every one research contains a characteristic at the inside ornament and a dialogue of designers and brands of iconic furnishings, fittings and materials. Iconic Australian homes positive aspects wonderful images, either panoramic and targeted, all through. the houses from those 3 a long time shape an important a part of Australian architectural historical past and this publication is a well timed reminder of the necessity to safeguard them as cultural artefacts.
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