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Dimity Reed

Dimity Reed

Dimity Reed is an Australian architect. She has been involved in government advisory roles, as well as writing for both The Sun and The Age newspapers.

Dimity Reed reviews ‘The Architecture of Neil Clerehan’ by Harriet Edquist and Richard Black

August 2006, no. 283 01 August 2006
Melbourne architect Neil Clerehan counts among Australia’s living treasures. A practising architect for sixty years and documenter of the story of the city and its architecture, he holds more knowledge of who built what and how, and against what odds, than anyone else in town. He has written knowledgably, elegantly and consistently on architecture. As Philip Goad writes in his foreword to this b ... (read more)

Dimity Reed reviews 'Glenn Murcutt: Buildings + projects 1962–2003' by Françoise Fromonot, translated by Charlotte Ellis

March 2004, no. 259 08 November 2022
Holidaying in Tuscany, I once met an escapee from a Glenn Murcutt lecture. The class of American students had flown from New York to be immersed, in the modern manner, in six weeks of architecture beside an Italian beach. Murcutt delivered the first lecture. His first words were never to think of applying for a job with him, as every student across the globe wanted to work for him and he didn’t ... (read more)