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Cheesman, Jack
South Australian architect/designer of Rex Battarbee's house and gallery in Alice Springs 1946-47 known as Tmara Mara. Trained in South Australia and New York, Cheesman ...
Adam, Tom, b. 1888
Landscape architect responsible for animal enclosures and picnic shelters at Taronga Zoo in Sydney as well as picnic shelters, grottoes and fountains in Sydney, the ...
Addison, George Henry Male, b. 1858
George Addison was a colonial male architect and artist.
Allen, John (Denis John Wigram), b. 1926
John Allen was a notable modernist architect in Sydney from the mid 1950s through the 1980s. He is best known as one of the two ...
Ancher, Sydney (Edward Cambrian), b. 1904
One of Sydney's leading government and independent modernist architects, from the late 1930s through early 1960s. Founded the practice Ancher Mortlock Murray & (later) Woolley ...
Andrews, John, b. 1933
John Andrews became Australia's most internationally accomplished modernist architect during the 1960s, completing major civic buildings in Ontario, Canada and on the Harvard University campus, ...
Annear, Harold Desbrowe, b. 1865
Born in 1865, Harold Desbrowe-Annear was an architect and teacher of drawing. His drawings for the Victorian War Memorial were illustrated in 'Art and Australia' ...
Apperley, Richard (Dick), b. 1924
Richard (Dick) Apperley (1924?-1992) taught architectural design and history at the University of New South Wales from the 1950s to the 1990s and is best ...
Archer, William, b. 1820
Although best-known as an architect, William Archer was also a talented botanical artist. He assisted Dr Joseph Hooker at Kew Gardens with the 'Florae Tasmaniae' ...
Armstrong, Kate
Exhibited four works in Brisbane in 1894, two of which were landscapes.
Ashton, Adrian Olsson
Adrian Ashton was founding editor of the NSW RAIA Architecture Bulletin and editor of Building magazine during the late 1950s. He established the NSW RAIA ...
Ashworth, Edward, b. 1814
Trained architect who arrived in Sydney in 1844. During his stay Ashworth made many sketches of Sydney streets and buildings using pen, ink and wash.
Ashworth, H. Ingham
H. Ingham Ashworth was the second Professor of Architecture at the University of Sydney, succeeding Leslie Wilkinson. Born in England, he played a key role ...
Atkinson, John
Watercolour painter and drawing master who lived and painted in Van Diemen's Land during the 1830s. In 1833 Atkinson and his wife opened the Stanwell ...
Baggs, Sydney, b. 1930
Sydney Baggs is an international architect specialising in ecological design and especially earth-sheltered and passive solar-effective buildings.
Baldwinson, Arthur N., b. 1908
Baldwinson was a regional modernist architect. He was a founder member of Modern Architecture Research Society (MARS), Sydney, Australia’s first industrial design organization, the “Design ...
Barlow, John, b. 1860
An authority on ecclesiastical architecture, Barlow was the editor of "Art and Architecture", co-founder of the Institute of Architects, NSW and author of a number ...