Edited by Patrick Bingham-Hall
Essays by Anoma Pieris
Photographs by Patrick Bingham-Hall
The architecture of Jones Coulter Young is symbolic of the extreme colours and context of Western Australia. The volumetric, figurative and formal explorations of their public buildings are immediately identifiable, and JCY are now one of Australia’s most significant and influential architectural practices.
The monumental physical features of the Western Australian landscape are recreated with JCY’s sculpting of form, space, light and surface, and this exploration of the landscape is always linked to serious agendas of community identity.
The monograph comprehensively documents all JCY’s significant built and unbuilt work with colour photographs along with text and drawings. The projects are linked by a series of four essays by Anoma Pieris, which analyse JCY’s architecture in a broad cultural and geographic context.
JCY - The Architecture of Jones Coulter Young
- Date of Publication : 2004
- ISBN : 978-1-887015-08-3
- Dimensions : 230 x 255 mm (Portrait)
- Extent : 128 pages
- Format : Hardback with Slip Cover