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Fabrications volume 11, number 1 (July 2000)
Edited by Philip Goad and Julie Willis


Philip Kent
Survival of the Fittest: The Romanesque Revival, Natural Selection and Nineteenth Century Natural History Museums

David Islip
1956 Olympic Decorations: the final fling

Peter Wood
The Bach: The Cultural History of a Local Typology

Christine McCarthy
'The Maori House', 'Te Pa' and 'Captain Hankey's House': bicultural architecture in New Zealand at the turn of the century

Paul Hogben
Marketing Fever


The issue also includes reviews of the following works:
'Looking for the Local: Architecture and the New Zealand Modern', Adam Art Gallery, Wellington (exhibition).
From Wattle and Daub to Concrete and Steel, by Henry Cowan.
The Australian Metropo1is:A Planning History, edited by Stephen Hamnett and Robert Freestone.

 

 

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The cover shows 'Spinmobiles', Olympic Games, Melbourne, 1956. Designer: Richard Beck. Source: Cross-Section (Melbourne), 44, June 1956.

 

 

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