Historical information

Discusses how the architect has broadened the visual perception of environment - from loud and gimmicky (as copied from America) to acceptance and recognition of how to incorporate environmental design into architectural plans.


Original manuscript a lecture given at a seminar on the environment conducted in July 1970 by the Institute of Business Administration and the Victorian Employers Federation. The lecture was condensed into two articles published in "The Age" as 'Spoilers of our environment'. The manuscript appears to be Part 1 titled 'Legal vandalism', published in "The Age" on 09.07,1970. Part 2 was titled ' The more optimistic view of the future', published in "The Age" on 10.07.1970 as 'Digger-cult curse'.

Physical description

Typewritten, quarto, 15 pages