Text by Philip Drew
Introduction by Richard Leplastrier
Essays by Philip Goad and Nielsen Warren
Photographs by Patrick Bingham-Hall
Edited by Patrick Bingham-Hall
Peter Stutchbury is one of Australia’s most acclaimed and awarded architects, displaying a virtuoso combination of vernacular construction and individual expression.
His houses and public buildings, mainly in and around Sydney, have come to symbolise a particular version of Australian architecture and lifestyle, exuding personal freedom and expression, coupled with a commitment to environmental responsibility.
As Philip Drew states… “Its forms are instantly recognized as Australian because they are unique, with no apparent debts – their conception and inventiveness corresponds to local, not international, realities.”
This monograph was Pesaro's first on Peter Stutchbury, and documents his projects through sketches, formal drawings, photographs and project analysis.
Comprehensive text is written by Philip Drew, the well-known architectural critic.
- Date of Publication : 2000
- ISBN : 978-0-9577560-21
- ISBN : 0-9577560-2-X
- Dimensions : 230 x 300 mm (Portrait)
- Extent : 124 pages
- Format : Softcover with Flaps