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Promoting the
understanding & enjoyment
of architectural history
through
scholarly discussion,
criticism & debate
since 1984.

 

 

sahanz 2015

 

ARCHITECTURE, INSTITUTIONS
AND CHANGE

 

Themed 'Architecture, Institutions and Change', the 32nd Annual SAHANZ Conference will be held 7-10 July 2015 in Sydney, Australia.

Click here for the Call for Papers.
Abstracts due 6 October 2014.

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HOT MODERNISM
Building Modern Queensland 1945-75

 

State Library of Queensland

9 July - 12 October 2014.

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Lubetkin

Lubetkin & Tecton, Penguin Pool, London, 1934.
Photograph by Julia Gatley, 2013.

 

Calls for Papers: FABRICATIONS

Issue 25:1
An open issue
Papers due 15 September 2014.

AND
Issue 25:2
'Brutalism'
Papers due 5 January 2015.

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FABRICATIONS 24.1
Out Now

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TRANSLATION 2014
The 31st SAHANZ Conference

The 31st Annual SAHANZ Conference
was held 2-5 July 2014
in Auckland, New Zealand.

Click here for Programme.
Click here for the Proceedings [NEW]

 

Thanks to everyone who participated in Auckland to make this such a success,
and especially to Christoph Schnoor and his team of organisers & helpers who made this run so successfully.
Thanks to the conference sponsors and to UNITEC Institute of Technology for hosting this event.

 

 

 


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Membership Renewal
2014-15

 

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Restored with support from The Aga Khan Trust for Culture.

Humayun's Tomb, Delhi
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Restored with support from
The Aga Khan Trust for Culture.

 

 

ASIAN ARCHITECTURE

SAHANZ seeks to support and strengthen research in Asian architecture and encourages the development of
these research networks.

We especially invite scholars in Asian architecture to participate at the Society's annual conference, themed
ARCHITECTURE, INSTITUTIONS
AND CHANGE,

to be held in Sydney in July 2015.

 


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Court paves way for cathedral demolition
Press 30 May 2014

 

Canterbury Earthquake Heritage Links
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Retrospective street views
now available
on Google Earth

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Contact details - President: Antony Moulis, Secretary: Alexandra Brown, Treasurer: Leonie Matthews, Website: Robin Skinner.