Peter Hall: Architect
The design, construction and final cost of the Sydney Opera House is one of the most controversial stories in the nation's history.
It was a dazzling concept to fill an ill-considered brief. When the problems inevitably came to a head, the architect who conceived it resigned and someone had to be appointed to complete the design. That person was Peter Hall.
For the first time, his story is told.
Author: Peter Webber
Publisher: Watermark Press
Publication date: 09/05/2012