The Twentieth Century Society

Campaigning for outstanding buildings

Autumn Lecture Series: Mid-Century Modern 6 - Post-War Australia

Autumn Lecture Series: Mid-Century Modern 6 - Post-War Australia

Thursday 25 November 2021  6.30 pm Online

Philip Goad will talk about the highly talented group of architects in post-war Australia, and particularly the internationally-known critic and designer, Robin Boyd (1919-1971) ‘arguably the most influential architect there has ever been in Australia.’

Professor Philip Goad is Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor of Architecture at Melbourne School of Design. He is an authority on modern Australian architecture and the life and work of Robin Boyd.

Members:  £4. Non-Members: £6.


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The Twentieth Century Society is a registered charity, no 1110244


Above: Roche House, Deakin, Australia. Robin Boyd, 1954. Photograph: Wikipedia.


The Twentieth Century Society is an IHBC (Institute of Historic Building conservation) recognised CPD provider.


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