The architecture of Jones Coulter Young is symbolic of the extreme colors and context of Western Australia. The monumental physical features of the Western Australian landscape are recreated with JCY's sculpting of form, space, light and surface, and this exploration of the landscape is always linked to community identity. This monograph comprehensively documents all JCY's significant built and unbuilt work. The projects are linked by a series of four essays by Anoma Pieris, which analyze JCY's architecture in a broad cultural and geographic context.
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Anoma Pieris has architecture degrees from the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. She was a contributor to Houses for the 21st Century and co-author of New Directions in Tropical Asian Architecture.
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