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a typology of australian domestic architecture





Book Launch:
VOLUME 2017 | Another Art Book Fair

Friday 13 October
| Doors Open 3pm; Launch 6 – 9pm
Saturday 14 & Sunday 15 October | 11am – 6pm
Artspace Sydney



A Typology of Australian Domestic Architecture is the documentation of typical domestic architecture in Australia. It celebrates the Aussie home as both a means of self-expression and also as a monument to the period of its design and construction.

Volume 1, published 2017, 56pages, 297x210mm, initial edition of 100, all images photographed on medium format film.


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Brick bungalow painted white with a picket fence, formal hedge, topiary shrubs and roof turbine addition.



Asbestos roofed weatherboard cottage occuping complete width of lot and presenting an enclosed verandah with prominent red door.








Cantilevered contemporary pavilion style home with lower level garage, recessed entryway and large wall of louvered screening.



Brick timber gabled home displaying an immigrants nostalgic style with arched entryway and baroque style balusters.







Weatherboard cottage with rear A-framed addition, adjoining garage, aluminium awning and satellite dish.



Inter -war style brick cottage with brick fence, iron gate and retractable fabric awning over north facing window.







Contemporary clad home with shed roof, assymetrical window arrangement, prominent double garage and large glass doored entryway.



Hipped roof, brick federation home with a figured glass sunroom, leadlight windows, decorative screen door addition and masonry and pier panel fence.



Brick Victorian cottage with double potted chimney, arched entryway, picket fence and cast iron fringe suspending hanging planters.


Cement sheet (fibro) bungalow with corrugated iron roof and broken back verandah supported by corinthian columns. North facing solar array on roof.







Thanks to the following supporters of A Typology of Australian Domestic Architecture Vol 1:
















Previously exhibited as:
The Suburban Project
March 8 - April 1 2017.
The Stage
The Emporium
185 Hunter St Mall
Newcastle


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