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Biographical entry Haskell, John Christopher (1931 - )

ARIBA, ARAIA, FRTPI, FRSA

Born
18 September 1931
London, England
Occupation
Architect

Summary

John Christopher Haskell was Professor of Architecture at the University of New South Wales from 1975. He also worked for the National Capital Development Commission, Canberra. Prior to migrating to Australia from England in the 1970s, Haskell worked as a senior planning officer and was architect and planning consultant for the Oxford Preservation Trust. He is an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects (ARIBA), Associate of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (ARAIA), Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) and of the Royal Town Planners Institute (FRTPI).

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1960 - 1965
Career position - Architect and Planning Consultant with the Oxford Preservation Trust
1964 - 1969
Career position - Member of the Faculty of Architecture at the British School in Rome, Italy
1969 - 1972
Career position - Senior Planning Officer in Durban
1972 - 1975
Career position - First Assistant Commissioner (Architecture) of the National Capital Development Commission in Canberra
1975 -
Career position - Professor of Architecture at the University of New South Wales
1980 -
Career position - Architectural Correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald
1981 - 1989
Career position - Head of the Graduate School of Built Environment at the University of New South Wales

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See also

Rosanne Walker