DR HARRY MARGALITHarry Margalit has experience that is substantial in both academia and practice.His lecture material includes Design and Modern Australian Architecture. He has been a PhD examiner for UNSW and RMIT as well as being a member of the editorial Board and Book review Editor for the Architectural Theory Review.Harry has authored widely, including a book on Durbach Block Architects (Sydney: Pesaro 1999) as well as many reviews in Architectural Review Australia, Monument and Architecture Bulletin. In his research capacity, he has extensively studied Australian Modernism and has toured extensively studying contemporary European architecture.His PhD, through University of Sydney in 1998, was’ Reasoning to believe: aspects of modernity in Sydney architecture and planning 1900-1960’ Through the research associated with this thesis, he has interviewed many of the architects that have been a part of this post –World War 2 modernism.Harry is also a principal and partner in Quinton-Margalit Architects. Established in 2001, this practice has completed a number of residential projects, single and multiple residency buildings. Harry has previously worked in architecture practices in Sydney and in Brisbane, including Jackson Teece Chesterman & Willis, Cottee Parker Architects and as a consultant to Durbach Block Architects, completing projects in public housing, government buildings, schools and public spaces.