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Glenn Murcutt : Works and Projects. Glenn Murcutt began in the sixties to mix modern influences with the traditional Australian Architecture and has since then produced a new style, that is not only wonderful in design but also features a great low-tech aproach to sustainable architecture. 6 people found this helpful.
The Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate for 2002, Australian architect Glenn Murcutt has created an oeuvre that is. .Glenn Murcutt : Buildings + Projects 1962-2003. by Francoise Fromonot.
The Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate for 2002, Australian architect Glenn Murcutt has created an oeuvre that is remarkable consistent, unusual in character, an.
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Glenn Murcutt : Buildings and Projects 1962-2003. Thames and Hudson, London/New York, 2005. ISBN 978-0-500-28589-3. Muller, Brook "In the Landscape of Murcutt", ArchitectureWeek No. 66, 2001.
Glenn Murcutt is recognised as one of the most influential architects of the last few decades. His buildings not only provide shelter, but also offer comfort with lower environmental impacts through simple, yet creative design solutions.
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Glenn Murcutt, an Australian architect who in 2002 won his field’s highest honor, the Pritzker Prize, is probably the most atypical of the great living architects. And whereas most virtuoso architects win and sustain their reputations by erecting major civic buildings, Murcutt has built only a few modest public edifices, including a mining and minerals museum in the outback (!) and a visitors’ center for a remote national park; his stature rests almost entirely on the more than 500 clean-lined, ecologically sound houses he’s designed.
buildings + projects, 1962-2003. by Françoise Fromonot. Includes bibliographical references (p. 322-324). Published 2003 by Thames & Hudson in London, New York. Architects, Architecture, Biography, Criticism and interpretation, Regionalism in architecture. 325 p. : Number of pages.