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Curating Cultural Difference: The Museum of Sydney

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In Sydney, Australia, the conversion of a historical site into a museum was not merely an architectural feat but a cultural one as well. Peter Zellner describes how the architect’s imagination sought to reveal a multilayered story still in the making. The author is an architect, educator and critic currently based in Melbourne, Australia. His architectural projects have been published in Japan and the United Kingdom, and he has lectured internationally about his interest in the space between virtual and architectural space. He is a lecturer in design at the Faculty of Environmental Design and Construction, RMIT University, Melbourne.

Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: Faculty of Environmental Design and Construction, RMIT University, Melbourne

Publication date: October 1, 1997

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