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Edquist, Harriet

Occupation
Associate professor

Summary

Associate Professor of Architectural History at Royal Melbourne Insitute of Technology (RMIT) University, Harriet Edquist obtained her qualifications, a BA and a MA, from Monash University in Melbourne, Victoria. Her RMIT staff profile describes her research interests as 'Australian architecture and design, particularly in late 19th and 20th century Melbourne; regionalism as an idea and practice; renaissance architecture and art, particularly 15th and early 16th century with an emphasis on perspectival theory and practice and the development of the interior'. Edquist's publications include a book on the emigre German architect Frederick Romberg and a monograph on Harold Desbrowe-Annear.

Sources used to compile this entry: Whitehead, Georgina (ed.), Planting the Nation, Australian Garden History Society, Melbourne, 2001, 196 pp.

Anne Heywood

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