Stuart King is a senior lecturer in architectural design and history. He graduated in architecture at the University of Queensland in 1996 and subsequently worked in architectural practice in Melbourne, registering as an architect in 2002.
He completed his doctorate in architectural history at the University of Melbourne in 2010 and, from 2007 to 2017, lectured in architectural history, theory and design at University of Tasmania. His research is focused on Australian architectural history, historiography and heritage with specific interest in the local, regional and global connections that have influenced Australia's nineteenth-century built environments. Stuart is member of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ) Editorial Board (2018-2023) as well as a past SAHANZ President (2011-13) and past co-editor of the society's journal Fabrications: JSAHANZ (2014-2017). He currently represents interests in conservation and heritage on the Tasmanian Heritage Council (since 2012) and is the Chair of the Tasmanian Heritage Council’s Registration Committee.
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The ’Fusion of Horizons’: affect and the learning subject in architectural history and theory
K Van den Berg, S Loo, S King
Conference Proceedings | 2011 | Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia
This paper is part of an on-going research project at the University of Tasmania where the School of Architecture & Design contain..
A Climate of Confusion: The Significance of Climatic Adaptation in 19th Century Queensland Architecture
Conference Proceedings | 2007 | Panorama to paradise: Scopic Regimes in Architectural and Urban History and Theory
The written histories of Queensland architecture build a case for a Climatically responsive architecture oriented to the exigencie..
Senior Lecturer In Architectural Design & History
Architecture, Building And Planning
Editorial Board Member
Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand Editorial Board
Member Representing Interests In Heritage And Conservation; Chair, Registration Committee
Tasmanian Heritage Council
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Architecture
University of Queensland