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Stuart Harrison is an architect and communicator. He is a freelance writer on design, architecture and urbanism. He is director of the award-winning architectural practice HAW, based in Melbourne. He consults nationally as a design review expert and procurement advisor. He has taught architecture widely, including running the Australian Architecture course at RMIT. He founded and co-hosts 'The Architects' on Melbourne 3RRR and has interviewed architects and designers from around the world. His recent book, Forty-six square metres of land doesn't normally become a house, for Thames & Hudson, promotes compact and innovative housing in Australia and New Zealand. He has also written for Architecture Australia, Monument and Lonely Planet, and is a regular correspondent for Australian Design Review / Architectural Review Asia Pacific; and features on ABC-TV's Art Nation and ABC Radio National (RN).
Architectural Project Archive 1994-2006
Links: RMIT Architecture; MADA (Monash University), AusIA; Thames & Hudson; RRR; ABC Arts; a+t
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(c) 2013. Photograph by Tobias Titz.