Architecture, Institutions and Change

July 7 to July 10, 2015

The 32nd Annual SAHANZ Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Keynote speakers: Geoffrey London and Dell Upton.


Proceedings

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  • Alic, Dijana, Reflections on Martin Place LINK
  • Anderson, Ross, Making the Cathedral Immanent: German Architecture and the Question of Institutional Order LINK
  • Bawden, Gene, Repatriating the Home: The 1944 Home Advice Manual of Nora McDougall LINK
  • Bischeri, Cecilia; Bosio, Andrea, The Architecture of Expos and the Projection of Government Aspirations for the Host Cities: Brisbane ’88 and Lisbon ’98 LINK
  • Brennan, AnnMarie, Design Process as Argumentation: Horst Rittel and the Systems Theory Approach in Architectural Education LINK
  • Burns, Karen; Walker, Paul, Publicly Postmodern: Media, Image and the New Social Housing Institution in 1980s Melbourne LINK
  • Chau, Hing-wah, De-institutionalisation of Aged Care Residential Facilities in Australia: Aldersgate Village in Adelaide and Wintringham Facilities in Melbourne as Case Studies LINK
  • Colman, Scott, Rowe’s Courthouse Utopia LINK
  • Daws, Karen, The Built Response to ‘Hospitalism’: Complexity in Practice LINK
  • De Lorenzo, Catherine; Warr, Anne, Ordinary Architecture, Extraordinary Heritage and the Cycles of Institutional Change and Neglect LINK
  • de Manincor, John, Open to Change: Is Open Source Design an Agent of Change for the Institution of Architecture? LINK
  • Dupre, Karine, Nantes Protestant Church: Symbolising Post-World War II Changes Between Architecture and Protestant Institutions in France LINK
  • Fair, Alistair, Rethinking the Post-war British Theatre: Monumentality, Sean Kenny, and the State c. 1963-1973 LINK
  • Freestone, Robert; Pullan, Nicola, From Wilkinson to Winston: Towards a Planning Degree at the University of Sydney 1919-1949 LINK
  • Galvin, Vanessa, The Soul-Crafted Interior LINK
  • Gardner, Nicole, Agitating Architecture: Critical Reflections on Ubiquitous Computing LINK
  • Garnaut, Christine, An ‘Innovation’ at the South Australian School of Mines and Industries: A Town Planning Course in the Architecture Department 1949-1955 LINK
  • Goad, Philip, Free Spirits, New Education and the New School: A Different Account of Modernism in Australian Architecture 1925-1975 LINK
  • Gray, Fiona, The Misanthropes, Larrikins and Mallrats of Market Square: An Enduring Public Space Dilemma in Central Geelong LINK
  • Guedes, Pedro, Ecstasies of Global Reach: Catholic Missionary Building and Settlements before 1750 LINK
  • Gusheh, Maryam, Martin Place Pedestrian Precinct: Life Between Institutions LINK
  • Holden, Susan, The Institutionalisation of Campus Planning in Australia: Wally Abraham and the Development of Macquarie University 1964-1982 LINK
  • Hsieh, Lisa, New Wave ArchiteXt: Pulverising the Japanese Pyramid of Order LINK
  • Kahn, Michael M.; Paine, Ashley, The Decorated Synagogue: Architectural Appropriation and Assimilation at Atlanta’s Temple LINK
  • Kaji-O’Grady, Sandra; Smith, Chris L., Unquiet Darkness: Institutions, Information and Dissimulation at the Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory LINK
  • Koehler, Maren, Mediating Exchange: Revisiting Skidmore, Owings & Merrill’s Manufacturers Trust Company Branch LINK
  • Kohane, Peter, Charles Robert Cockerell’s Formation of Architectural Principles LINK
  • Laidlaw, Reagan; Schnoor, Christoph, Biculturalism in New Zealand Correctional Facilities LINK
  • Lassen, Catherine, Hugh and Eva Buhrich: In and Outside Architecture, Australia LINK
  • Logan, Cameron, Anti-institutions: Schooling without School Buildings LINK
  • Lozanovska, Mirjana; McKnight, Julia, Émigré Architects and the Australian Architecture Establishment LINK
  • Macarthur, John, Architecture, HEAT and the Government of Culture LINK
  • Margalit, Harry; Favaro, Paola, From Social Role to Urban Significance: The Changing Presence of the MLC Company in Martin Place LINK
  • McLaughlan, Rebecca, The Role of Professional Marginalisation in the Development of New Zealand’s Mental Hospital Architecture 1927-1971 LINK
  • Micheli, Silvia, Brisbane, Australia’s New World City: The Making of Public and Institutional Spaces in South Bank from Expo ’88 to the G20 LINK
  • Moore, Timothy; Burns, Karen; Pert, Alan, An Interim Institution: Between Ruin and Restoration at St Peter’s Seminary LINK
  • Moulis, Antony; Russell, Georgina, Design as Remedial Practice: John Andrews International Educational Projects in Queensland 1972-1980 LINK
  • Murray, Andrew; Matthews, Leonie, Geodesic Domes and Experimental Architectural Education Practices of the 1960s LINK
  • Musgrave, Elizabeth, Structuring Space for Student Life: John Dalton’s 1970s Campus Commissions LINK
  • Nichols, David, Planning at the University of Melbourne in the first half of the Twentieth Century LINK
  • Paine, Ashley, Institutional Polychromy: The Striped Architecture of Don Watson and Spence Jamieson LINK
  • Petrović, Emina; Vale, Brenda; Marques, Bruno, On the Rise and Apparent Fall of Architectural Psychology in the 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s LINK
  • Pugnale, Alberto; Bologna, Alberto, Dante Bini’s “New Architectural Formulae”: Construction, Collapse and Demolition of Binishells in Australia 1974-20151 LINK
  • Pullan, Nicola, A Roof Over Their Heads: Temporary Dwellings in Post-war Suburban Sydney LINK
  • Roberts, John, Landscape and the Little Man: Aalto, the Institution and the Individual LINK
  • Ryan, Daniel, Tropical Panoramas: Competitions for Model Houses in Northern and Western Queensland 1923-1930 LINK
  • Sane, Prajakta, Negotiating the International and the Local: A Reading of Achyut Kanvinde’s Indian Institute of Technology Campus, Kanpur (1960-1967) and Campus Design in India (1969) LINK
  • Sawyer, Mark, Call-and-Response: Group Formation and Agency enacted through an Architectural Magazine, its Letters and Editorials LINK
  • Schnoor, Christoph, Ernst Plischke and the Dixon Street Flats LINK
  • Scriver, Peter, ‘Institutional Agency’ and Architecture in the field of Colonial Empire-building LINK
  • Scriver, Peter; Srivastava, Amit, Institutionalising the Profession in Post-colonial Malaysia: The Role of Australian Trained Architects in the establishment of PAM (Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia) LINK
  • Seligmann, Ari, Inescapable Tradition: Discursive Constructions of Japanese Architecture LINK
  • Sheppard-Simms, Emma; Simon, Katrina, The Institution of Perpetual Memory: The Typology of the Cemetery and the Generative Potential of Renewable Tenure LINK
  • Smith, Cathy, The Artisan, the State and the Binaries of DIY Urbanism LINK
  • Stead, Naomi, The Brisbane Effect: GOMA and the Architectural Competition for a New Institutional Building LINK
  • Steen, Andrew P., Guerrilla in the Midst: The Universitas Project and a New Type of Institution LINK
  • Stickells, Lee, Exiting the Grid: Autonomous House Design in the 1970s LINK
  • Sully, Nicole, ‘Washington Monument Syndrome’: The Monument as Political Hostage in the United States of America LINK
  • van der Plaat, Deborah; Holden, Susan; Stead, Naomi; Greenop, Kelly, Re-evaluating the Australian Dream: Narratives of High-rise Living in Torbreck LINK
  • Walker, Paul; Burns, Karen, Architecture and the Australia Council in the 1980s LINK
  • Warr, Anne, The YMCA and YWCA in Early Twentieth-century China: Effecting Change Locally and Internationally LINK
  • Westbrook, Nigel, A Return to the Beginnings of Regionalism: Shushtar New Town seen in the light of the 2nd International Congress of Architects, Persepolis, Iran 1974 LINK
  • Zhang, Yanjing, The Transition of the Beijing Institute of Architectural Design (BIAD) in the 1970s LINK