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Fabrications volume 24, number 2 (December 2014).
'Lost in Conversation':
Constructing the Oral History of Modern Architecture

Edited by Janina Gosseye

Janina Gosseye

Naomi Stead
Architectural Affections: On Some Modes of Conversation in Architecture, Towards a Disciplinary Theorisation of Oral History

Jesse Adams Stein
The Co-construction of Spatial Memory

Silvia Micheli
Reassessing 1960s and 1970s Italian Architecture

Louise Stevenson
(Re)constructing Tropical Architecture in Solomon Islands

Julia Gatley
Life at the Rotherham House in the 1950s and 1960s

Hannah Lewi
Plans on Film

The issue also includes the following reviews:

Architecture Post Mortem: The Diastolic Architecture of Decline, Dystopia, and Death, edited by Donald Kunze, David Bertolini and Simone Brott. Review by Paul Walker.

Berthold Lubetkin: Architecture and the Tradition of Progress, by John Allan. Review by Cameron Logan.

Fascism, Architecture, and the Claiming of Modern Milan, 1922-1943, by Lucy M. Maulsby. Review by Silvia Micheli.

Leisure Space: The Transformation of Sydney 1945-1970, by Paul Hogben and Judith O'Callaghan. Review by Philip Goad.

A Clinic for the Exhausted: In Search of an Antipodean Vitality: Edmond & Corrigan and an Itinerant Architecture, by Michael Spooner. Review by Cathy Smith.



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Architects Bill Carr and John Dalton talking on stage during the Australian Architecture Students Association (AASA) Convention held in Brisbane in May 1967.
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