Glenn Murcutt: architecture for place installation view Photograph (c) Jenni Carter 2009 for Sydney Living Museums

Glenn Murcutt: Architecture for Place

Glenn Murcutt’s groundbreaking designs are internationally recognised as being at the forefront of contemporary architecture. His work is celebrated for its sustainability, harmony with the natural world, and resonance and unity with Australia’s diverse climate and topography.

Architecture for place was a special exhibition that revealed the way Murcutt crafts his projects, with a selection of ideas presented from initial sketch to detailed construction drawings and the final built work. A series of photographs by Anthony Browell capture the essence of Murcutt’s architecture in constructed form.

Presented by the Architecture Foundation Australia, in association with Sydney Living Museums and the NSW Architects Registration Board and courtesy of TOTO Gallery Ma, Tokyo

Sponsors: Jetmaster, Dulux and Stormtech Pty Ltd

Supported by EuroluceCity of Sydney and NSW Architects Registration Board

Architecture for place was a special exhibition that revealed the way Murcutt crafts his projects
13 June 2009 - 5 October 2009