The book examines decades of architectural debate, controversy, and competition between the two cities, and reframes some of Robin Boyd’s ideas on the subject, as described in the Australian Ugliness, in the context of contemporary architecture. Guest edited by Guillermo Fernández-Abascal and Urtzi Grau, the book includes texts by AKAS, Baracco+Wright, Andrew Burns, Angelo Candalepas, Scott Colman, Edition Office, Philip Goad, Tristen Hardwood, Mike Hewson, Louisa King, Andrew Leach, Carey Lyon, Desley Luscombe, Ian Moore, Other Architects, panovscott, Andrew Power, Howard Raggatt, Gerard Reinmuth, Sibling Architecture, Richard Stampton, Naomi Stead, Luke Tipene, TRIAS, Leon Van Schaik and John Wardle.
The book is the first in the series: UTS da Waranada gunyamara bamulmara/ Architecture and Landscape at UTS, and is published in collaboration with the design collective Post-Post-. UTS da Waranada gunyamara bamulmara/ Architecture and Landscape at UTS is the publication platform of the UTS School of Architecture, an essential medium for sharing projects and ideas with audiences in Australia, the world and beyond. Developed within the school, these publications act to expand the territory of architectural discourse and synthesise a broad spectrum of research on the current state of the field.
The book can be purchased here from post-