Publications

The following publications are outcomes of Architecture Museum projects. They are available in the Architecture Museum and in some instances via the University of South Australia catalogue .

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2016

Edited Books

Garnaut, C, Collins, J and Jolly, B, (eds) 2016 Adelaide’s Jubilee International Exhibition 1887-1888, Crossing Press, Darlinghurst. 

Book chapters

Avey, S and Garnaut, C, 2016, ‘“A Peep from the Dome”: Adelaide in 1887’ in Garnaut, C, Collins, J. and Jolly, B, (eds) Adelaide’s Jubilee International Exhibition 1887-1888, Crossing Press, Darlinghurst, pp.85-97.

Bird, L, 2016, ‘Making the Right Impression: The Jubilee Exhibition ornamental grounds’ in Garnaut, C., Collins, J. and Jolly, B, (eds) Adelaide’s Jubilee International Exhibition 1887-1888, Crossing Press, Darlinghurst, pp.101-114.

Collins, J., 2016, ‘An Architectural Ornament: The Adelaide Jubilee International Exhibition Building’ in Garnaut, C, Collins, J and Jolly, B, (eds) Adelaide’s Jubilee International Exhibition 1887-1888, Crossing Press, Darlinghurst, pp.67-81.

Refereed journal articles

Collins, J, Avey, S & Lekkas, P 2016, 'Lost landscapes of healing: the decline of therapeutic mental health landscapes', Landscape Research, vol. 41, no. 6, pp.664-677.

Garnaut, C, (2016) ‘Flora Crockett Stephenson (1914-1979): A Life and Professional Partnership in Planning’, Planning Perspectives, 31, 4, pp.505-531.

Refereed conference papers

Avey, S., ‘From idealistic to iconic Adelaide: an enduring nexus between urban plans and social identity’, Icons, 13th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, Griffith University, Gold Coast, 31 January-3 February 2016.

Bird, L., ‘Open space as icon: the making of local open space systems in Adelaide, 1950-2003’, Icons, 13th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, Griffith University, Gold Coast, 31 January-3 February 2016.

McGinley, T, Collins, J, Schwarz, Q and Muehlbauer, M, ‘Suburban mutations: towards the multi-dimensional appropriation of science in architecture’, in J. Zuo, L. Daniel, V. Soebarto (eds.), Fifty years later: Revisiting the role of architectural science in design and practice: 50th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association, Adelaide University,Adelaide 7-9 December 2016, pp.427–436.

Garnaut, C., Collins, J., Bird, L. and Anderson, A., ‘Cherished sites of remembrance: soldiers’ memorial gardens’, Icons, 13th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, Griffith University, Gold Coast, 31 January-3 February 2016.

Non-refereed conference presentations

Collins, J, ‘Valuing the Intangible: Reflections on the concept of cultural significance and the digital architectural record’, Presentation for Born Digital: a symposium exploring digital architectural and built environment records, 18-19 April 2016, University of South Australia.

Other publications

Collins, J and Garnaut, C 2016 ‘Monograph Series’, ICAM Print 06:43.

Collins, J 2016 ‘James Macgeorge (1832-1918)’ in Dutkiewicz, A Visual History: The Royal South Australian Society of Arts 1856-2016: Volume One, Royal South Australian Society of Arts, Adelaide, pp.283-284.

Lustri, S 2016 ‘Henry E. Fuller (1867-1962)’ in Dutkiewicz, A Visual History: The Royal South Australian Society of Arts 1856-2016: Volume One, Royal South Australian Society of Arts, Adelaide, pp.309-310.

MacDougall, A 2016 ‘George K. Soward (1857-1941)’ in Dutkiewicz, A Visual History: The Royal South Australian Society of Arts 1856-2016: Volume One, Royal South Australian Society of Arts, Adelaide, pp.299-300.

2015

Book chapters

Collins, J. (2015) ‘Going to Town: Decorative brickwork in Adelaide's heart’, in Materiality: Brick and Block in Contemporary Australian Architecture, Ron Ringer (ed.), Austral Bricks, Sydney, pp.412-5.

Refereed journal articles

Collins, J., (2015) ‘Climate discourse and the architectural style debates surrounding Adelaide’s nineteenth century public buildings’, History Australia 12, 2, pp.188-208.

Refereed conference papers

Garnaut, C., (2015) ‘An “Innovation” at the South Australian School of Mines and Industries: A Town Planning Course in the Architecture Department 1949-1955.’ In Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand: 32, Architecture, Institutions and Change, edited by Paul Hogben and Judith O’Callaghan, Sydney: SAHANZ, pp.194-205.

Other publications

Garnaut, C. (2015) ‘The Architecture Museum at the University of South Australia: Origin and First Ten Years’, Anniversary brochure.

Garnaut, C. (2015) ‘Ten years and beyond for UniSA’s Architecture Museum’, UniSA News available online at: http://w3.unisa.edu.au/unisanews/2015/November/story8.asp

2014

Collins, J. (2014) ‘The 1944 Nucleus House’, Place, no.41, p.18.

Garnaut, C. ‘The Planning and Design of Murdoch University: The Foundation Years’, Circa, 4, 2014, pp.26-37.

Lustri, S. (2014) ‘Protecting Civilians: Adelaide’s World War Two First Aid Posts’, Place, no.42, p.22.

2013

Collins, J. (2013) 'Homes for "the man in the street', Place, October, no.39, p.10.

Collins, J. (2013) 'Nature's Sanatorium: the open-air treatment of tuberculosis at Nunyara, Belair, South Australia', Australian Garden History, October, pp.9-12.

Collins, J. (2013) 'South Australia's Early Women Architects', Place, no.36, p.7.

Collins, J. (2013) 'Victoria and Albert: Adelaide's two towers, Place, no.38, p.26.

Collins, J. and Garnaut, C. (2013) 'Not for ourselves alone': The South Australian Home Builders' Club 1945-1965, Crossing Press, Sydney and Architecture Museum, Adelaide, ISBN 978 0 9871200 2 1

Johnson, D.L. (2013) Anticipating Municipal Parks: London to Adelaide to Garden City, Wakefield Press, Adelaide.

Lawrence, J. and Andrew, J. (2013) ‘Where’s the Iconoclastic?’, Place, no. 35, p.22.

Lee, P. (2013) ‘The Government and the People – the Post Office of Kapunda’, Place, no.34, p.27.

O’Sullivan, Kevin (2013) Concrete Expressions: Brutalism and the Government Buildings Precinct, Adelaide, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia, Adelaide.

2012

Avey, S. (2012) ‘A Nurturing Place, where bodies and minds were sustained’, Place, October, 26.

Bird, L.(2012) ‘Transforming the Adelaide Plains: The Role of Urban Open Space in the Development of Elizabeth, Noarlunga & Golden Grove’ , 11th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference ,University of Western Australia, Perth, pp.36-51.

Collins, J. (2012) ‘A powerful, creative force: the reticence of women architects to donate their professional records to archival repositories’, Archives and Manuscripts, 40, 3, pp.181-190.

Collins, J. (2012) ‘Life in the Open Air: Place as a Therapeutic and Preventative Instrument in Australia's Early Open-Air Tuberculosis Sanatoria’, Fabrications, 22, 2, pp.208-231.

Collins, J. (2012) ‘Re-Collection: Architects Abroad’, Place, April, p.7.

Collins, J. (2012) ‘Re-Collection: Bound for South Australia: Architectural Adaptation in 'Mediterranean' Climate’, Place, March, p.11.

Cosgrove, C. (2012) ‘Modernism and survival strategies: HASSELL's Architecture in the Twentieth Century’, 11th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, University of Western Australia, Perth, 78-96.

Garnaut, C. & Collins, J. (2012) ‘The Architecture Museum, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia’, Museum Australia Magazine, 20 (4), pp.24-28.

Garnaut, C. (2012) ‘ICAM Australasia: Supporting the Development and Promotion of Architectural and Allied Collections in Australia and New Zealand’, Fabrications, vol.22, no.1, pp.122-6.

Garnaut, C. (2012) ‘Gordon Stephenson and University Planning: A Pleasurable Professional Pursuit’, Town Planning Review, UK, pp.377-395.

Garnaut, C. (2012) 'icam Australasia: A Regional Network of the International Confederation of Architectural Museums, Museum Australia Magazine, vol.20, no.3.

Garnaut, Christine (2012) ‘Optimism, innovation and ‘special inspiration’: the planning and design history of Murdoch University c.1967-1985’, Urban Transformations: booms, busts and other catastrophes, 11th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, 5-8 February, Perth.

Garnaut, Christine (2012) 'Flora Crockett Stephenson (1914-1979): Forty Years of Collaborations in Planning', 15th International Planning History Society Conference, July, Sao Paulo, Brazil, CD ROM publication.

Garnaut, Christine, Freestone, Robert, and Iwanicki, Iris (2012) ‘Cold War heritage and the planned community: the case of Woomera Village in outback Australia’, International Journal of Heritage Studies, vol.18 , no.6, pp.541-563.

Hutchings, Alan and Garnaut, Christine, (2012) ‘The private development company and the building of planned communities in post-war South Australia: Reid Murray Developments, Realty Development Corporation and their successors’, Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia, no.40, pp.96-116.

Jolly, B. (2012) ‘Twentieth Century Houses in Unley Park’, Place, June, p.12.

Madigan, D. (2012) ‘Re-Collection: The 'Problem' with Prefab’, Place, February, p.9.

Trevena, M. (2012) ‘Re-Collection: Closer Contacts: A Tale of American Philanthropy in Australia Between the World Wars’, Place, August, p.10.

Wallace, A. (2012) ‘Re-Collection: 100 years of Ruthven Mansions’, Place, May, p. 7.

2011

Collins, J. (2011) Major essay entry for ‘South Australian Architecture’ and entries for 14 individual architects in Goad, Philip and Julie Willis (eds), Encyclopedia of Australian Architecture, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne.

Collins, J. (2011) ‘Engraving the Past: Architectural Prints from the Chamberlain Collection’, Place, September, p.9.

Collins, J. (2011) ‘Re-Collection: A Skyscraper for North Terrace’, Place, November, p.10.

Collins, J. (2011) ‘Re-Collection: Built for Speed: Early Modern Buildings for the Motor Car’, Place, December, p.9.

Collins, J. and Garnaut, C. (2011) ‘Re-Collection: Building Houses Through 'Mutual Self-Help': The South Australian Home Builder's Club (1945-65)’, Place, August, p. 9.

Collins, J. and Lekkas, P. (2011) ‘Fit for Purpose: Australia's National Fitness Campaign’, Medical Journal of Australia, 195(11/12), 5/19 December 2011, pp.714-716.

Garnaut, C. (2011) Entries for individual architects in Goad, Philip and Julie Willis (eds), Encyclopedia of Australian Architecture, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne.

Garnaut, C. (2011) ‘Re-Collection: From the Architecture Museum, UniSA’, Place, April, p.10.

Garnaut, C. and Hayter, J. (2011) ‘Designed for Fun and Learning: Playgrounds Past and Future From the Architecture Museum’, Place, March, p.12.

Hall, A. (2011) ‘Adelaide's Architecture Museum’, Place, February, p.8.

Kelly, S. (2011) ‘Re-Collection: The Past Project 'Parasite’', Place, July, p.10.

McDougall, A. (2011) Designing for Communities Russell & Yelland Architects, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia, Adelaide.

McDougall, A. (2011) ‘Re-Collection: Designing for Communities: Russell & Yelland Architects’, Place, October, p.9.

2010

Collins, J. (2010) ‘Let the Sun Shine In’, Place, December, p.8.

Collins, J. (2010) ‘Modern House: Adelaide's 1950s architect designed residences’, Place, November, p.9

Lustri, S and Collins, J (2010) The History of the Architects Board of South Australia, Architects Board of South Australia, Adelaide

Bird, L. and Garnaut, C. (2010) ‘Planning for Playgrounds: Town Planning and the Supervised Children's Playground in Early Twentieth Century South Australia’, in D. Nichols, A. Hurlimann, C. Mouat and S. Pascoe, Brown Fields, Green Fields, New Fields, Proceedings of 10th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, University of Melbourne, February, 28-43 CD ROM publication

Cooper-Dobbin, M. (2010) Harold T Griggs: The People's Architect, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia, Adelaide

Collins, J., Lustri, S., Bird, L and Garnaut, C (2010) ‘Civic Spaces for Children: playground design in twentieth century South Australia’, Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia, no.38, pp.73-92

Garnaut, C. (2010) ‘A Unique Australian Resource: The Architecture Museum at UniSA’, Place, October, p.16.

2009

Collins, J. (2009) Small children dictate Home Plan: uncovering the influence of childrearing ideals on the design of the modern post-war house, Australian Historical Studies, 40:2, 197-214

Cosgrove, C. (2009) Moving to the modern: Art Deco in South Australian architecture, Louis Laybourne Smith School of Architecture and Design, University of South Australia, Adelaide

2008

Dutkiewicz, A. (2008) Brian Claridge: Architect of light and space, Louis Laybourne Smith School of Architecture and Design, University of South Australia, Adelaide

McDougall, A. (2008) ‘Architects and builders of South Australia 5, Thomas Frost, 1825-1910’, Heritage South Australia Newsletter, March, p.18

2007

Bird, L. (2007) ‘Architects and builders of South Australia 4, Ellis, Russell Stuart, 1912-1988’, Heritage South Australia Newsletter, September,pp. 14-15

Bird, L. (2007) Russell S. Ellis: pioneer modernist architect, Louis Laybourne Smith School of Architecture and Design, University of South Australia, Adelaide

Collins, J. (2007) ‘Architects and builders of South Australia 3, Dancker, Frederick William, 1852-1936’, Heritage South Australia Newsletter, March, 12-13

Collins, J., Collins, S. and Garnaut, C. (2007) ‘Behind the image: Assessing architectural drawings as cultural records’, Archives and Manuscripts, vol.35, no.2, pp.86-107

Gowers, C. (2007)’ Speculative dreams: post-war modern living and home ownership in metropolitan Adelaide’, Planning History, vol 28, nos 2 & 3, pp.4-12.

2006

Collins, J. (2006)’ Raising the architectural standard of small homes. The Small Homes Service of South Australia’, Fabrications, vol.16, no.2, pp. 6-27.

Collins, J., Ibels, A., Collins, S. and Garnaut, C. (2006) ‘Adelaide rises from the plain: perspectives on the emergence of tall buildings in South Australia's capital city’, Australian Planner, vol.43, no.3, pp.24-33.

Collins, S. and Collins, Julie (2006) Architectural preludes: one hundred years of student drawings - exhibition catalogue, University of South Australia, Adelaide

O'Sullivan, K (2006) ‘Dinosaur or delight? Late modern architectural heritage and the South Australian School of Art Building (1963) Stanley Street, North Adelaide’, Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia, no 34, pp.50-65.

2005

Stacy, B. (2005) ‘A Mad Scramble: Frank Emery Hurren, consulting structural engineer’, Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia, no.33, pp.87-101.

Collins, J., Ibels, A. and Garnaut, C. (2005) ‘Years of significance: South Australian architecture and the Great War’, Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia, no.33, pp.25-39.

2004

Collins, J., Ibels, A., Collins, S. and Garnaut, C. (2004) ‘Growing up: the rise of the multi-storey building in interwar Adelaide’, in Town Talk: Proceedings of the 13th State History Conference, History Trust of South Australia, Adelaide

Collins, S. (2004) ‘Atelier Adelaide: architectural student drawings from the early 1930’s, in LIMITS: Proceedings from the 21st Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, Melbourne, 105-110