Peter Hyatt documents Brisbane’s most recent landmark
October 30th, 2007
Three times winner of the Bates Smart award for architectural journalism and the author of eight books including ‘Masters of Light’ and ‘Great Glass Buildings’, Peter Hyatt is in the final stages of his latest book, GoMA Art House, which documents the conception and delivery of Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane, Australia.
Due for released before 2008, the 80-page book will includes drawings, photography, interviews and an introduction by former gallery director Doug Hall, and a wealth of style and substance, of which the author believes the subject matter deserves.
Bringing a valuable and experienced perspective to the architecture and design industries, Hyatt is one of Australia’s most published writers and photographers on architecture and is the founding editor and photographer of Steel Profile and Vision magazines.
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