Architecture in transition: the Sulman Awards 1932-1997

Through original plans, models and photographs by Max Dupain, David Moore and others, this exhibition explored the history of the Sulman Award in Architecture.

Inaugurated in 1932 the Sulman Award recognises buildings of outstanding architectural merit and is awarded annually by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects, NSW Chapter. This exhibition provided a comprehensive history of the award as well as a rich architectural framework and resource from which to consider future design.

Produced in conjunction with the Royal Australian Institute of Architects and the State Library of New South Wales.

Supported by the Ipoh Limited Queen Victoria Building.

30 August 1997 - 23 November 1997

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