Under the Edge

The Architecture of Peter Stutchbury

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Ewan McEoin

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Peter Stutchbury’s award-winning architecture continues to stimulate a new and increasing awareness of the potential for designing with the Australian landscape and its environment. His architecture has attracted international acclaim through his success in the 2008 International Living Steel Competition for extreme climate housing in Cherepovets, Russia, and his ‘Wall House’ in Japan for renowned fashion designer Issey Miyake. Stutchbury carries forward the mantle of great Australian ‘masters’ from whom he has learned, including Glenn Murcutt and Richard Leplastrier.

This elegant book will bring his work to a greater audience. It includes critical essays on his work by his friends Richard Leplastrier and Professor Brit Andresen, and by Ingerid Helsing Almaas, Editor of Arkitektur N, the Norwegian Architectural Review. Stutchbury, in his own words and pictures, explains the underpinnings of his philosophy and practice. A collection of ‘Projects in Brief’ covers seminal works of his early practice. Fourteen major recent ‘Projects in Detail’ are presented with explanatory texts, sketches, plans and new photography, including his ‘Invisible House’ in the Blue Mountains, which won 2014 House of the Year. The book finishes with an illustrated chronology of all his works and a section on his working studio.

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Weight 1915 g
Dimensions 22.8 x 28.4 cm
Publisher name Thames & Hudson Australia Pty Ltd
Publication date 1 April 2016
Number of pages 300
Format Hardback
Dimensions 22.8 x 28.4 cm
Weight 1915 g

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Ewan McEoin is the Senior Curator of Contemporary Design and Architecture at the National Gallery of Victoria. After leading the Asia Pacific Design Triennial, Ewan saw that independent food production and access was a pivotal future issue for Australia. He began researching the people, places and ideas at the heart of Australia's growing slow-food movement and in 2012, he released The Field Guide to Victorian Produce. Since then he has worked with a range of collaborators to profile over 100 Australian growers and producers for NSW and Tasmanian editions and thefieldguides.com.au.