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Multitudes 2013 : Hassell, 1938-2013

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`Multitudes' examines the work of multi-award winning international design practice, HASSELL. Founded in Australia in 1938, HASSELL has grown to become one of the world's largest design firms, with offices in China, Singapore, Thailand, the United Kingdom and Australia. Released to mark the practice's 75th anniversary, `Multitudes' unpacks the collaborative, multidisciplinary design approach that has seen the practice thrive in the turbulent, increasingly globalised conditions of the 21st century city. Showcased projects include much of HASSELL's recent urban works in Asia's burgeoning mega-cities, as well as its signature public buildings, such as the Adelaide Festival Centre (1980), the Sydney Olympic Park railway station (1998), The National Institute of Dramatic Art, Sydney (2002), and many more. A hardback, clothbound volume with design by renowned creative studio Fabio Ongarato Design, `Multitudes' is richly illustrated and makes for a proud addition to any architectural library or personal collection.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 312 pages
  • 224 x 287 x 30mm | 1,814g
  • Collingwood, VIC, Australia
  • English, Chinese
  • Bilingual edition
  • Bilingual
  • 0987228153
  • 9780987228154
  • 2,758,293

Table of contents

13: About, 15: Foreword, 21: Preface The Multiplier Effect - Andrew Mackenzie, 41: Expanding the Design Agenda - John Worthington, 93: On Site, Place and Specificity - SueAnne Ware, 145: Transport and Transitional Spaces - Elizabeth Farrelly, 189: The Chinese City in the Asian Century - Justin Bergman, 237: Expanded Fields of Practice - Rachel Hurst, 285: Historical Timeline, 293: Acknowledgements
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About Cameron Bruhn

Cameron Bruhn is the Dean and Head of School - School of Architecture, The University of Queensland. From 2009 - 2018 Cameron was the editorial director of Architecture Media. Cameron holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Queensland and a practice-based PhD from RMIT University.
Cameron was a co-creative director of This Public Life, the 2015 Australian Festival of Landscape Architecture and How Soon is Now, the 2016 Australian National Architecture conference. In 2016 he initiated the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum in Brisbane.
Other publications include The Terrace House: Reimagined for the Australia Way of Life (co-editor, Thames & Hudson, 2018), The Forever House (co-editor, Thames & Hudson, 2014), The Apartment House (Thames & Hudson, 2017).
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