Hayes a Scott: Post-War Houses is the first commercial publication on the work of Edwin Hayes and Campbell Scott. These influential Queensland architects were principals of architecture firm Hayes a Scott in the post-World War II period when Australian architecture was experiencing the influences of the German Bauhaus movement, Californian architecture and the need for affordable housing. Featuring scattered black and white photographs of Hayes and Scottas distinctive city and beach houses, this important architectural history book features essays and interviews by key experts including Angela Reilly, Igea Troiani, Alice Hampson, Julian Patterson and Elizabeth Musgrave.The main Greddens stores in Queen Street, Brisbane, and King Street, Sydney, were designed by Eddie Hayes. ... Hayes called the house and landscape aquot;the most ambitious oneaquot;, and found it aquot;a horror to design a house the form of which wasanbsp;...
|Title||:||Hayes & Scott|
|Author||:||Andrew Charles Wilson|
|Publisher||:||Univ. of Queensland Press - 2005|