Architecture Australia

Neeson Murcutt and Neille

Built on the land of the Gadigal and Wangal peoples of the Eora nation

Any house – even a hut – you build embodies a history, that of its own building. For a public institution, the actual business of building may have a complicated backlog of debates and even quarrels that have shaped it. After it is built, time will alter and modify it, year by year.

— Joseph Rykwert on David Chipperfield’s Neues Museum (2009)1

The curious in-between ground that school buildings occupy is both private and public – and at the same time, neither. Perhaps the Latin words communicare

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