Hamish Lonergan

ETH Zürich, Department of Architecture

Hamish Lonergan is an Australian architect and writer. He graduated with a Master of Architecture from the University of Queensland in 2017 where his thesis, supervised by Prof. John Macarthur, explored the popularity of Brutalism on social media through David Hume’s aesthetics. His work has appeared in conferences and publications including Footprint, Inflection and OASE (forthcoming). Before joining TACK, he curated the exhibition Bathroom Gossip (Brisbane, 2019) and worked at COX Architecture (2018-2020) on projects including major Indigenous cultural facilities on Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island).

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