SAHANZ is in the process of sorting and uploading conference papers to the website. These papers date back to 1984 and will be searchable. What you see below is just a sampling of what's to come.
A ‘Not Quite Gold’ Medal Winner: Gus Ferguson and the University of Western Australia Law School Building
Gold in Three Projects by Peter Eisenmann
Ostentatious Dichotomies in Representations of Japanese Architecture
Migrancy and Architecture: The Num Pon Soon Society Building in Melbourne Chinatown, the See Yup Temple in South Melbourne and the Kaiping Diaolou in China as Case Studies
The Rise and Fall of a Former Mining Town Sawahlunto: Reflections on Authenticity and Architectural Conservation
‘Cast into the enveloping darkness’: Robin Boyd and lustre before Japan
A Golden Anniversary: 50 years of the split skillion roof in Queensland
Gatley, J. Hochstein, G.
A Golden Pedigree: Finding Mies in New Zealand Modernism through the Work of Edward Erickson
The Architecture of Cultuurstelsel in Nineteenth-century Dutch East Indies: Built Traces of Colonial Agricultural Industry
Gold, and the Image of Financial Prosperity in the Late Modern Architecture of Minoru Yamasaki, 1955-81