If it is true that public buildings “…reflect the beliefs, priorities and aspirations of a people” (Powell 1995: ix), what do Australia’s public buildings say about Australians? More specifically, what does the design of Australia’s courthouses say about the beliefs, priorities, aspirations and agency of Australian people and in particular, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples?
|Title of host publication||Handbook of contemporary Indigenous Architecture|
|Editors||Elizabeth Grant, Kelly Greenop, Albert Refiti, Daniel Glenn|
|Place of Publication||Singapore, Singapore|
|Number of pages||30|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
Murphy, J., GRANT, E., & Anthony, T. (2018). Indigenous Courthouse and Courtroom Design in Australia: Case Studies, Design Paradigms and the Issue of Cultural Agency. In E. Grant, K. Greenop, A. Refiti, & D. Glenn (Eds.), Handbook of contemporary Indigenous Architecture (Vol. 1, pp. 495-525). Singapore, Singapore: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-6904-8_19