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Title: Interview with Albert Gillissen – A Significant Contributor to the Creation and Development of the School of Architecture and Built Environment.
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Series/Report no.: Series 1345 Oral Histories and Interviews;
Abstract: Albert Gillissen joined the Architecture Department as a Senior Lecturer in 1963, after completing his studies in New Zealand. At the time the architecture program at the University of Adelaide was in its infancy and it was the very early days of what is now known as the School of Architecture and Built Environment. Albert became a fundamental facet of the School as it grew and developed. He witnessed first-hand the changes driven by Computer Assisted Design on both architecture in general and the School itself, and continued to design after retiring – in particular a house made of straw bales for an Eco Village in Aldinga in 2007. Albert also sat on many committees over the years, engaging with issues ranging from student housing to Aboriginal Studies in Music.
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