The pervasive presence of modernism: Australia Modern floor talk

South Lawn Underground Carpark, The University of Melbourne

Dulux Gallery
Glyn Davis Building (#133)
The University of Melbourne

  • Floor talk

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Join Professor Hannah Lewi and Professor Philip Goad for an intimate discussion of their book Australia Modern: Architecture, Landscape & Design and University of Melbourne exhibition Australia Modern: from the iconic to the everyday.

They will discuss the genesis of the book and exhibition, exploring the histories and anecdotes associated with some of Australia’s most iconic modernist buildings, interiors and landscapes.

This floor talk is presented in partnership with Open House Melbourne, Australia Modern: from the iconic to the everyday is part of the University of Melbourne's BE–150: celebrating built environments program. Modern Melbourne is made possible by the generous support of the interview subjects, the Heritage Council of Victoria and the BE–150 program.

BE–150 Celebrating 150 Years of Built Environment Education at The University of Melbourne

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Image credit:
South Lawn & Underground Car Park, University of Melbourne, Parkville, VIC, 1971–74. Architect: Ancher, Mortlock, Murray & Woolley. Photograph: Christine Francis, 2018.