Proceeding of the 68th Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture

, 1980

“Regional Dialects: A Comparison of the Development of Indigenous Architecture in Texas and Australia”

Written by Larry Speck

The international stereotype of both Texas and Australia conjures images of endless wide-open spaces dotted in one instance with longhorns, jackrabbits, and cowboys and in the other with kangaroos, dingoes and sandgroppers. Both places can easily prove such popular myths in isolated spots, but currently are better epitomized by brash, dynamic cities with sprawling green […]