This thesis is a study of postwar interior design in Australia. The first half of the
thesis seeks to establish a general history of interior decoration principles and
practice at the close of the Second World War and charts changes occurring
during the 1950s and 1960s. Chapters 1-3 describe the rise of modern design, the
austere postwar furnishings of the small planned home, the decorative and
technological exhuberance of the fifties and the sophisticated internationalism
and diversity...[Show more]
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