Indigenous courthouse and courtroom design in Australia: Case studies, design paradigms and cultural agency

Murphy, J, Grant, E and Anthony, T 2018, 'Indigenous courthouse and courtroom design in Australia: Case studies, design paradigms and cultural agency' in Elizabeth Grant, Kelly Greenop, Albert L. Refiti, Daniel J. Glenn (ed.) The Handbook of Contemporary Indigenous Architecture, Springer Singapore, Singapore, pp. 495-525.


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Title Indigenous courthouse and courtroom design in Australia: Case studies, design paradigms and cultural agency
Author(s) Murphy, J
Grant, E
Anthony, T
Year 2018
Title of book The Handbook of Contemporary Indigenous Architecture
Publisher Springer Singapore
Place of publication Singapore
Editor(s) Elizabeth Grant, Kelly Greenop, Albert L. Refiti, Daniel J. Glenn
Start page 495
End page 525
Subjects Criminology not elsewhere classified
Architecture not elsewhere classified
Studies of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Society
Summary If it is true that public buildings reflect the beliefs, priorities and aspirations of a people (Powell 1995: ix), what do Australias public buildings say about Australians? More specifically, what does the design of Australias courthouses say about the beliefs, priorities, aspirations and agency of Australian people and in particular, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples?
Copyright notice © Springer Nature Singapore 2018
DOI - identifier 10.1007/978-981-10-6904-8_19
ISBN 9789811069048
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