Paganin House: a risen phoenix
Scott Robertson, Noni Boyd

Abstract
A risen phoenix examines the issues surrounding the reinstatement of an important post-war house in suburban Perth, Western Australia that was destroyed by fire and examines the preservation of the original architect’s design intent through use and interpretation of the documentary evidence, the physical evidence and an understanding of the personality and design ethos of the original architect by the architect for the reinstatement work.

Keywords
Modern Movement, Modern architecture, Modern single-family houses, Modern living space, Architecture of happiness, Paganin House, Iwan Iwanoff, Australian modern architecture, Modern building reconstruction.

Issue 64
Year 2021
Pages 58-65
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.52200/64.A.K9ZZIXFE

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