Daylesford Longhouse: A conversation between architect and client
Previously director of Donovan Hill, Timothy Hill recently established Partners Hill to continue participating in building, researching, advocating and teaching. His prior experience in collaborations has yielded the C House, D House, HH House, State Library of Queensland, Santos Place, Cornwall Apartments, Translational Research Institute and the Neville Bonner Building. Timothy was creative director of the 2007 RAIA National Conference, introducing a more "lounge-like" format and boosting student participation. He has spoken at conference events globally, consulted and deliberated on juries, and taught in most Australian cities. His current preoccupations include non-family housing, post-white-cube galleries, civic landscapes, historical architectural styles and the scope for interior design in Australia.