par Van Acker, Wouter
Référence Architecture Australia, 106, 6, page (105-108)
Publication Publié, 2017-11-03
Article sans comité de lecture
Résumé : When Peter Corrigan passed away on 1 December last year, Australian architecture lost one of, if not, its major protagonist and pioneer of the postmodern movement. Although history books will remember him foremost as an architect, his life and work are done more justice by paying tribute to his combined and almost equal commitment to three professions: architecture, theatre and teaching. While he emphasized that in the end these fields had little to do with each other, their cross-fertilisation is what makes his work so original.