Collection UQFL462 - Ludwig Volker Goetz Architectural Drawings

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Ludwig Volker Goetz Architectural Drawings


  • 1990-2002 (Creation)

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161 drawings, 1 CD, 4 brochures.

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Biographical history

Ludwig Goetz was born in Germany in 1937. He qualified as a carpenter before studying engineering and developing an international career as a structural engineer and architect. In Australia he developed hexagonal and octagonal modular buildings, which he promoted as an inexpensive and versatile solution to building needs in both the developing and developed world. His own home at Redland Bay was an example of his work.

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Collection previously titled as: Architectural drawings, 1990-2002
Collection alternatively titled as: Ludwig Volker Goetz Collection.

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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.

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Unrestricted access.

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  • English

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Dates of creation revision deletion

Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.




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