RMIT School of Architecture and Design

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School of Architecture and Design
Parent institution College of Design and Social Context,
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Head Professor Richard Blythe[1]
Campus City, Brunswick
Website School of Architecture and Design

RMIT's School of Architecture and Design is an Australian tertiary education school within the College of Design and Social Context at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University), located in Melbourne, Victoria.

RMIT Design Archives[edit]

The RMIT Design Archives is a substantial research collection held by the School of Architecture and Design.[2] The archives collect material that primarily relates to design in Melbourne during the 20th century.[2]

It also contains a substantial fashion collection of costume, couture, fashion illustration and textiles which includes the Prue Acton, Alfredo Bouret, Frances Burke, Louis Kahan, Hall Ludlow, Robert Maltus and Bee Taplin collections.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Annual Report 2011, RMIT University, p.36, retrieved 12 October 2012
  2. ^ a b c RMIT Design Archives, RMIT University, retrieved 28 September 2012

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