icam Australasia

icam Australasia is a regional network of the International Confederation of Architectural Museums (icam).

icam's objectives are to:

  • Preserve the architectural record
  • Raise the quality and protection of the built environment
  • Foster the study of architectural history in the interest of future practice
  • Stimulate the public appreciation of architecture
  • Promote the exchange of information and professional expertise.

Members of icam Australasia include representatives of Australasian institutions – universities, libraries, museums and archives – holding collections of architectural, design and allied records, members of the professional body, the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA), and archivists associated with architectural practices.

Icam Australasia 2014 photograph Christine Garnaut

 Group at RMIT Design Hub icam
Icam Australasia 2014 - Photograph: C.Garnaut & Group at RMIT Design Hub - Photograph: Philip Drew

icam Australasia 2013 RMIT Design Archives

2013 RMIT Design Archives - Photograph: Philip Drew

icam Australasia Annual Meetings

icam Australasia 2014
icam Australasia 2013
icam Australasia 2012
icam Australasia 2011
icam Australasia 2010


For further information contact:
Dr Christine Garnaut
Associate Professor in Planning and Architectural History
Director: Architecture Museum
School of Art, Architecture and Design
University of South Australia

Areas of study and research

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