Leisure Space details the architecture and design that transformed Sydney over the period 1945-70 – through its new hotels, motels, restaurants, bars, clubs, shopping centres, drive-ins and golf courses.
Lisa and Sing’s chapter focuses on Sydney’s Surry Hills, its urban and architectural morphology and the story of its emergence as Sydney’s prime creative district.
Dr Sing d’Arcy – conference presentation: “Space, music and emotion: architecture and the organ in early modern Spain”
On the 6th of September Dr Sing d’Arcy presented a key-note address at Cuenca Cathedral, Spain.
Dr Sing d’Arcy – paper published in Interiors 4.1 – Special Issue – Degrees of Ephemerality: The Temporary Interior
For one week every April, the Andalusian city of Seville shifts its activity from the commercial hub of the historic center for the annual festivities of Feria de Abril.
Dr Judith O’Callagahan – conference paper published: “Leisure Capital: Sydney and the Post-War Leisure Boom”
This paper presents an overview of a research project undertaken by the Urban Typologies Research Group within the Faculty of Built Environment.
Dr Sing d’Arcy and senior lecturer Lisa Zamberlan have been awarded a 2013 FBE Research Link Grant.
Bruce Edward Watson – Architecture & Interior – ‘Primo Estate and Joseph Wines Headquarters and Cellar Door’
The series of buildings is set in the Primo & Joseph vineyards in the McLaren Vale region of South Australia, an hour out of Adelaide