ACAHUCH fosters important research in architectural, planning, cultural and urban history and heritage conservation. It also contributes to and produces a range of research publications.
Citizen Heritage: Digital and Community-based Histories of Place
This project explores new digital technologies to enhance the visibility of lesser-known precincts of urban heritage.
Designing Australian Schools: A Spatial History of Innovation, Pedagogy and Social Change
Designing Australia’s Schools is an historical, cross disciplinary study of innovations in the design of Australian primary and secondary schools across the twentieth century.
Encyclopedia of Australian Architecture
The first comprehensive reference text to be published on Australian architecture. Unique in its breadth and depth, and revealing new knowledge on architects, their buildings and the ways they designed and built them.
Making Landscape Architecture in Australia
This book on the history of landscape architecture in Australia, the first of its kind, profiles the people who have shaped the nation's landscape.
Migration Cultural Diversity and Television
This project documents the evolving history of popular television and its contribution to national discussions about migration, cultural diversity and citizenship across six decades. Now hosted at UTAS.
The Routledge International Handbook of New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites
The Routledge International Handbook of New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites presents a fascinating picture of the ways in which today's cultural institutions are undergoing a transformation through innovative applications of digital technology.
Animating the Archive
The aim of this project is one of outreach to and engagement with cultural organisations to probe the future of innovative uptake of mobile and media technology.
Architecture and Industry: The migrant contribution to nation-building
Linking immigrant social histories to industrialisation through an explicitly spatial analysis, this project explores the post-war architectural, rural and industrial landscapes of Australia as shaped by the labour of displaced persons.
Bauhaus Australia: Émigrés, Refugees and the Modernist Transformation of Education in Art, Architecture, and Design, 1930 to 1970
Campus: Building Modern Australian Universities
The commitment to the environmental quality of university campuses is central to the modern contemporary tertiary experience and represents a growing multi-million dollar public investment in higher education infrastructure.
Rethinking Modern Asia-Pacific Architectures: New Aesthetic Pedagogies International Workshop
A forum for critical reflection on the histories, pedagogies and practices of architecture in the Asia-Pacific.
ACAHUCH also aims to engage with academics, practitioners and researchers from across the world. Starting in 2020, ACAHUCH began partnering with Critical and Curatorial Practices in Design, a research subject at the Melbourne School of Design, headed by Professor Alan Pert and Professor Philip Goad on a series of lectures and seminars during the COVID-19 Pandemic to foster further international partnerships.