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Graeme Thiedeke Papers

  • UQFL644
  • Collection
  • 1963-2019

The collection has 474 architectural drawings by Graeme Thiedeke from his time working as a student in the 1960s, to his work in Canada, Mexico, Malayasia, United Arab Emirates and Australia. Thiedeke has provided details for most of these plans which includes the name of the client, the brief from the client and historical information about the building. There are supplementary documents to the jobs Graeme Thiedeke worked on, which includes drawings, articles, presentation sets, architectural plans, photographs of architectural plans and photographs. Thiedeke has been writing while working as an architect and there sample of books created by him. The topics are far ranging and include philosophy, poetry, short stories, and various architectural projects.

Thiedeke, Graeme, 1942-

Roman Pavlyshyn Papers

  • UQFL640
  • Collection
  • 1946-2015

Papers and architectural drawings created by Roman Pavlyshyn in the course of his career. Includes student work, work created while employed by Karl Langer and the Queensland Works Department as well as work created in private practice. This includes a large number of projects for the Ukrainian community, including ecclesiastical and private commissions. The papers also include private papers, photographs (174 photographs, 26 negatives), a few publications and a work of art by Irene Amos.

Pavlyshyn, Roman, 1922-2019

John Railton Papers

  • UQFL615
  • Collection
  • 1963-1997

Photographs, typescript notes, handwritten notes and newspaper cuttings relating to Railton’s architectural practice in Australia and the United States of America.

Railton, J. (John)

John Simpson Papers

  • UQFL614
  • Collection
  • 1975-ca. 2013

Architectural drawings, photographic negatives, slides and prints, architectural project files, personal papers and newspaper cuttings relating to John Simpson .

Simpson, John, 1936-

Susan Hug Papers

  • UQFL536
  • Collection
  • 1917-1922

Architectural drawings of regional banks and bank managers houses, presumably created by P.O.E. Hawkes and collected by Susan Hug (later Rowsell) as part of her thesis The life and works of P.O.E. Hawkes (B.Arch.) University of Queensland, 1987.

Hug, Susan

Stuart McIntosh Architectural Drawings

  • UQFL502
  • Collection
  • 1953-2006

Architectural drawings and sketches by Stuart McIntosh. McIntosh's notes, photographs and research material relating to architecture projects and competitions. Includes design ideas and concept sketches for the Gallery of Modern Art (Brisbane), Grand Egyptian Museum (Cairo), the World Trade Centre Memorial (New York) and King George Square (Brisbane).

McIntosh, Stuart, 1924-2007

John Dalton Papers

  • UQFL499
  • Collection
  • 1960-1987

Architectural drawings, design boards, notes, correspondence, slides and photographs. Includes material relating to The University of Queensland Vice Chancellor’s Residence,1979 to 2000.

Dalton, John

Ludwig Volker Goetz Architectural Drawings

  • UQFL462
  • Collection
  • 1990-2002

Architectural and engineering drawings by Ludwig Goetz, showing designs for his home at 22 Wilson Esplanade, Redland Bay, Queensland, and promotional material featuring the same house.

Goetz, Ludwig Volker, 1937-2007

Torbreck Home Units Records

  • UQFL426
  • Collection
  • 1957-1999

Architectural drawings, photographs and some associated records relating to the design and construction of the Torbreck residential complex at Highgate Hill, Brisbane. The Torbreck complex was constructed in 1958-1960, and was the first multistoreyed home unit development in Queensland. Rising prominently from the crest of Highgate Hill, Torbreck comprises 150 units spread across an eightstorey garden block and a fourteen-storey tower block, surrounded by landscaped gardens on a one and a half acre site. The complex was designed by Queensland architects A.H. Job and R.P. Froud, whose design ideas and innovative use of old and new materials were adaptations of the post-war International Style, in particular the North American model. At the time of its conception, Torbreck received support from the Queensland Government which considered high-density residential developments of this kind as one possible solution to Brisbane’s emerging suburban sprawl. After construction, the project’s developer, Torbeck Pty Ltd (later Torbreck Home Units Ltd), retained company title over the units. Unit owners became share holders in the company to the value of their unit’s purchase price, an arrangement that has persisted despite the introduction of the more popular strata title option in 1965. Torbreck remains substantially intact and continues to rank as one of Brisbane’s most prominent architectural landmarks.

Job, Aubrey Horswill, 1907-2002

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