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Architecture Bus Tour: John Andrews

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Join our team of renowned architecture enthusiasts on a John Andrews guided tour. Get to know the Canberra projects of one of Australia’s most internationally renowned architects.

Andrews’ bold and brutalist designs place him in a unique category of architectural prominence. Andrews established a bold group of projects in Canberra that are key in the context of his international practice.

John Andrews was born in Sydney in 1933, and graduated with a bachelor's degree from the University of Sydney in 1956. In 1957 he entered the masters of architecture program at Harvard University. After graduation he worked with John B Parkin Associates in Don Mills, a suburb of Toronto, until 1962. From 1962 until 1967 John Andrews was chairman of the University of Toronto's program in architecture. In 1962 he established John Andrews Architects in Toronto. In 1973 he expanded his practice to Sydney and renamed the firm John Andrews International Pty.Ltd.

 

This tour will pick-up and drop-off from Civic Square.
 

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Location

DESIGN Canberra Festival Hub
Civic Square, 180 London Circuit, Canberra , ACT 2601

Contact Details



John Andrews, Callam Offices. Photo: Darren Bradley


Presented as part of the annual DESIGN Canberra festival (4-24 November 2019) which celebrates and promotes Canberra as a global city of design. A Craft ACT: Craft + Design Centre initiative.
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