Marion’s List is a resource for those looking for expert commentary or input or wanting to involve a wider range of people in architecture’s public culture – talks, panels, juries, teaching, crits and much more.
Marion’s List is named in honour of Marion Mahony Griffin (1871–1961), the trailblazing Chicago architect who made a substantial contribution to Australian architecture. Marion is celebrated by scholar Alice Friedman as a ‘builder of communities and connections’, a description that also perfectly encapsulates the work of Marion’s List. To find out more about Marion’s list you can click here.
During my undergraduate degree at the University of Canberra – the city which bought the Marion Mahony Griffin and Walter Burley Griffin to Australia – I studied their work, and I recently completed a conservation and renovation of their Former Salter House in collaboration with Architect Hewson.
You can find my Marion’s List profile here.