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Andrew Mackenzie (ed)

URO Publications, 2016
112 pages
Full colour throughout
ISBN: 9780994269720

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Since opening its doors in 1992 Hill Thalis have undertaken over 550 projects, studies and commissions. Minimono Volume 02 samples just 10 key projects from this diverse and critically acclaimed body of work. It includes considered insights from AIA Gold Medallist Lawrence Nield, an interview between Philip Thalis and fellow Sydney architects Rachel Neeson and Richard Francis-Jones, as well as an essay by David and Michael Neustein.

Regardless of the project or its size, one thing remains constant: an unswerving commitment to the belief that the city is owned by us all, and it needs defending. As co-authors David and Michael Neustein observe in their essay, "regardless of client, cost, size or site, every Hill Thalis project is undertaken pro bono publico: for the public good".


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