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.
From Heat Absorption to Speculation: The Troubled Evolution of International All-Glass Architecture in Melbourne (1955-1985)
Constructing a New Symbolic Form in the Context of Global Neo-Liberalization: A Study of Architectural Spectacles in Twenty-First Century China
Freeman, Cristina Garduño Leibowitz, Vicki
In Search of the Philosopher’s Stone: Alchemy, ARM and the Sydney Opera House
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
What is Iconic Architecture?
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
Gold, and the Image of Financial Prosperity in the Late Modern Architecture of Minoru Yamasaki, 1955-81
A Forgotten Golden Era: Modernism in Late-Mao China, 1969-76
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
Gold Standard or fool’s gold?
de la Vega de León, Macarena Hartonian, Gevork
Unearthed Golden Nugget: Australia in Modern Architecture since 1900
Gosseye, Janina Vernon, Peter
Shopping Towns Australia, 1957-67: From Reformist Figure of Collectivity to Profit-Driven Box of Gold
Trophy House: The Story of Barncleuth (later Kinneil)
The Architecture of Cultuurstelsel in Nineteenth-century Dutch East Indies: Built Traces of Colonial Agricultural Industry
Gold and Kitsch: Uses of Gold and Kitsch in Rem Koolhaas’ Prada Foundation in Milan, Leading to Another Vision on Peter Zumthor’s Architecture
Steen, Andrew P.
Gold’s Heaviness and Malleability