- 1948-1989 (Creation)
Level of description
Extent and medium
1 box, 2 albums, approximately 365 architectural plans.
Name of creator
The practice of Eddie Hayes and Cam Scott began in Brisbane in 1946. They rapidly made their mark with early commissions and houses that attracted awards and publicity. In the late 1950's, in an effort to rid themselves of being stereotyped as the Brisbane House Designers, they actively sought non-residential commissions Hayes and Scott retired from practice in 1984.
All digital material relating to Hayes and Scott acquired via Andrew Wilson was relocated to UQFL630 Andrew Wilson Papers in 2019.
Material relating to 4 Crane Street Newmarket was relocated to UQFL631 Matt and Anna Layshon Papers in 2019.
Tapes of interviews were relocated to F3831 Interviews in 2019.
Collection previously titled as: Records, 1948-1982
Collection alternatively titled as: Hayes and Scott Collection.
Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
Acquired from the firm.
Content and structure area
Scope and content
Architectural drawings, mostly residential, with some commercial; magazine clippings; 35mm slides; photographs.
Appraisal, destruction and scheduling
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Conditions governing access
Conditions governing reproduction
Copyright applies. Material may be copied at the discretion of the Manager, Fryer Library.
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Related units of description
Material from this collection is cited in:
Reilly, Angela (2012). Houses by Hayes and Scott: 1946-1962. BArch. Thesis, School of Architecture, The University of Queensland.
Macarthur, John, Van Der Plaat, Deborah, Gosseye, Janina & Wilson, Andrew (eds.) (2015). Hot Modernism : Queensland Architecture 1945-1975. Artifice Books on Architecture, London.
Margalit, Harry (2019). Australia : modern architectures in history. Reaktion Books.
Wilson, Andrew (2005). Hayes & Scott: post-war houses. St Lucia, Queensland, Australia: University of Queensland Press.
Wilson, Andrew Charles (2015). The houses of Hayes and Scott (1946-1984). PhD Thesis, School of Architecture, The University of Queensland.
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Dates of creation revision deletion
Revised, Amanda Main, 30-Oct-2019.
Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.