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Publisher: Thames & Hudson 2015 Editor: Ewan McEoin ISBN: 9780500500699 Format: Hardcover, 300pp, 285x225mm
This extensive and beautifully produced monograph looks closely at the architecture of Peter Stutchbury, focusing on the way western culture and Australian Indigenous cultures intersect in his projects. Stutchbury's work reveals a deep understanding of building in harmony with place, climate and nature. Projects range from beach houses to garden houses, from his Hangar Flying Museum in Hunter Valley to a wool shed in Wagga Wagga.