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Fabrications volume 25, number 2 (June 2015).

Edited by Julia Gatley and Stuart King

Julia Gatley and Stuart King

Mirjana Lozanovska
Brutalism, Metabolism and its American Parallel: Encounters in Skopje and in the Architecture of Georgi Konstantinovski

Philip Goad
Bringing It All Home: Robin Boyd and Australia's Embrace of Brutalism, 1955-71

Paul Walker & Antony Moulis
Finding Brutalism in the Architecture of John Andrews

Russell Rodrigo
Aesthetics as a Practical Ethic: Situating the Brutalist Architecture of the Sirius Apartments, 1975-80

Julia Gatley
"Group-cum-Brutalism?": Highgate Spinney, London, 1964-66

The issue also includes the following reviews:

Imperial Gothic: Religious Architecture and High Anglican Culture in the British Empire c.1840-1870, by G.A. Bremner. Review by Ursula de Jong.

The Architecture of Pleasure: British Amusement Parks 1900-1939, by Josephine Kane. Review by Hannah Lewi.

Digital Archetypes: Adaptations of Early Temple Architecture in South and Southeast Asia, by Sambit Datta and David Beynon. Review by Peter Scriver.

Out of Place (Gwalia): Occasional Essays on Australian Regional Communities and Built Environments in Transition, Edited by Philip Goldswain, Nicole Scully and William M. Taylor. Review by David Beynon & Flavia Marcello.

School Design Together, Edited by Pamela Woolner. Review by Yusnidar Yusof.



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