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Edmond and Corrigan Collection

RMIT University, Australia
Professor Harriet Edquist (Associated with, Aggregated by)
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RMIT University: RMIT Design Archives. Carlton, Victoria, 3083. rmitdesignarchives@rmit.edu.au

Full description

Large collection of drawings, plans and models related to the architectural firm of Edmond and Corrigan.

"Edmond and Corrigan is an Australian architectural firm based in Melbourne, Victoria, founded in the late 1970s by partners Maggie Edmond and Peter Corrigan, the firm's principals. The practice's work, both built and written, has been widely associated with the emergence of architectural postmodernism in Australia, an interest in suburbia and a search for an Australian architectural identity. Peter Corrigan taught design studios at RMIT University for over 30 years" [wikipedia].

Collection arrangement:
Early projects, 1960s -- Projects for Keysborough Parish 1974-1980 -- Works 1975-1979 include Chapel of St Joseph, Box Hill -- Works in Canberra and NSW 1979-1980 -- Works 1980- -- STATE LIBRARY OF VICTORIA COMPETITION -- WORKS 1986-c.1992 -- WORKS 1992-1997 -- RMIT BUILDING 8 EXTENSIONS 1991-1993 -- VICTORIA COLLEGE OF THE ARTS 2004 -- ACADEMIC CENTRE, NEWMAN COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE 2002-2004 -- MISCELLANEOUS -- MODELS.

Data time period: 1964 to 2004

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Spatial Coverage And Location

text: Melbourne, Victoria.

Identifiers
  • Local : https://redbox.rmit.edu.au/redbox/published/detail/1b875b8221fcd9439e1cf5c99367ea63