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Sean Godsell – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Sean Godsell, all in Australia, alphabetical:
Date built: –
Carter Tuck House
Date built: 2000
Glenburn house, Yarra Valley
Date built: 2008
Date built: 2002
St Andrew’s Beach House, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria
Date built: 2006
Weekend house, St Andrew’s Beach, Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne
Date built: 2007
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Sean Godsell Architects – Practice Information
Architects office based in Melbourne, Victoria
Sean Godsell was born in Melbourne in 1960. He graduated with First Class Honours from The University of Melbourne in 1984. He spent much of 1985 travelling in Japan and Europe and worked in London from 1986 to 1988 for Sir Denys Lasdun. In 1989 he returned to Melbourne and worked for The Hassell Group. In 1994 he formed Godsell Associates Pty Ltd Architects.
He obtained a Masters of Architecture degree from RMIT University in 1999 entitled ‘The Appropriateness of the Contemporary Australian Dwelling.’
In July 2002 the influential English design magazine wallpaper listed him as one of ten people destined to ‘change the way we live’. He was the only Australian and the only Architect in the group.
In July 2003 he received a Citation from the President of the American Institute of Architects for his work for the homeless. His Future Shack prototype was exhibited from May to October 2004 at the Smithsonian Institute’s Cooper Hewitt Design Museum in New York.
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