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The Twentieth Century Heritage Society of New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory are holding their Annual General Meeting on Friday 30th November at 6.15pm. This will be followed by Scott Robertson presenting a talk on the Work of Robertson and Hindmarsh Architects 1953-1977.
Scott Robertson is the son of architect Bruce Robertson and grew up living next door to his father’s iconic architecture studio on top of the bluff at Seaforth. Bruce Stewart Robertson was in partnership with Thomas Jospeh (“Jack”) Hindmarsh from 1953 until 1977 and the firm, B.S. Robertson & Hindmarsh, designed houses, town houses, garden apartments, high rise apartments and factories. Scott will discuss the work of the firm from 1953 until he joined the firm in 1977.
Scott Robertson is an architect in private practice in Sydney having worked for almost 35 years since graduation. He has an Honours Degree in Architecture, a Master’s Degree in Building Conservation, and has a PhD in traditional Javanese architecture.
Booking Information: This important talk will follow the Society’s Annual General Meeting and is free to all financial members of the society. Non members are welcome at this event with tickets available at the door for $25 per person, or $15 for concessions.
Both members and non members are asked to RSVP in advance for catering purposes to gail@twentieth.org.au
 

When:    Friday, 30th November 6.15pm
Where:   AIA Tusculum Auditorium, Potts Point, 3 Manning St, Potts Point NSW 2011
Cost:      Free for financial members. Non members $25, Concessions $15
Contact: gail@twentieth.org.au

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