Dr Ross Anderson

G04 - Wilkinson Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone 9351 5907

Biographical details

Professional Experience

  • 2004 | Design Architect, Zvi Hecker Architects, Berlin
  • 2003 | Architect, Magma Architecture, Berlin
  • 2003 | Architekt, Daniel Libeskind, Berlin
  • 2002 | Graduate Architect, Studio Daniel Libeskind, Berlin

Research interests

Modern and contemporary German architecture

Teaching and supervision

Associations

  • Education Committee |Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney.]]
  • Australian and New Zealand Architecture Program Accreditation Procedure Standing Panel (ANZAPAP)

Selected publications & creative works

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Book Chapters

  • Anderson, R. (2013). A Room An Eye: Situated. In Claudia Perren, Sarah Breen Lovett (Eds.), Reverse Projections: Expanded Architecture At The Rocks, (pp. 90-94). Berlin, Germany: Broken Dimanche Press.
  • Anderson, R. (2013). Analogue Architecture: Between Imagination and Memory. In Ross Anderson (Eds.), Analogue, (pp. 3-8). Christchurch: Freerange Press.
  • Anderson, R. (2012). The Talismanic Presence of Architecture and Ornament in Heidegger's Hutte. In Benoit Jacquet and Vincent Giraud (Eds.), From the Things Themselves: Architecture and Phenomenology, (pp. 127-154). Kyoto: Kyoto University Press.

Journals

  • Anderson, R., Arndell, M., Christensen, S. (2009). Architecture Studio Archive: A case study in the comprehensive digital capture and repository of student design work as an aid to teaching, research, and accreditation. Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 40(4), 286-304.
  • Anderson, R. (2008). The Medieval Masons' Lodge as Paradigm for Peter Behren's 'Dombauhutte' in Munich, 1922. Art Bulletin, XC(3), 441-465.

Conferences

  • Anderson, R. (2014). Figures of Meditation: Late Gothic Chapel Vaults Between Primordial Stone and Medieval Theology. SAHANZ Unitec Auckland 2014: Translation, 31st Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand and Gold Coast, Queensland.: Auckland, New Zealand SAHANZ and Unitec ePress, and Gold Coast, Queensland: SAHANZ.
  • Anderson, R. (2013). Cadenced Horizons: Adolphe Appia's Scenic Architecture. 2013 Interstices Under Construction Symposium, Auckland: School of Art and Design, AUT University of Architecture and Planning, The University of Auckland.
  • Anderson, R., Dircks, A. (2010). Future Ruins: Arata Isozaki, J.G. Ballard and Late Modernist Disillusionment. imagining.. The 27th Annual Sahanz Conference (Sahanz 2010), Newcastle: Sahanz.
  • Anderson, R. (2009). The Star and the Vessel: Situating the Architecture and Ornament of Heidegger's Hutte at Todtnauberg. Architecture and Phenomenology, Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto Seika University.
  • Anderson, R. (2007). Anything but Silent: Daniel Libeskind's Architecture as Events of Representation. 24th International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ 2007), Adelaide: Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand.
  • Anderson, R. (2007). Fabricating the Late Gothic German Chapel: Theology, Geometry, Materials and the Practical Imagination. Spaces and Places: VII Annual Conference of the Centre for Medieval and Early Modern European Studies.
  • Anderson, R. (2007). Stones Against Forgetting: German-Jewish territories of remembrance in contemporary Berlin architecture. Errinerungskrisen – Memory Crises: German Studies Association of Australia Conference.

Visual Art

  • Anderson, R., Liu, K., Weir, S. (2013). A Room An Eye. In: Expanded Architecture At The Rocks. Sydney Architecture Festival. 136-138 Cumberland Street The Rocks, Sydney, Australia.

Textual Creative Works

  • Anderson, R. (2011). After Images: A Collection of Sketches. After Images, (pp. 2 - 7). Sydney, Australia: Creative ReSearch Cluster.
  • Anderson, R. (2011). Measured Reciprocity. aMaze 2011, (pp. 90 - 93). Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Anderson, R. (2011). The Site, Canberra: Topo-Graphic. Urban AU. Street/ Art/ Architecture, (pp. 6 - 9). Canberra, Australia: Gallery of Australian Design.
  • Anderson, R. (2010). The Chaosmos of Ovid. Metamorphoses, (pp. 8 - 16). Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Anderson, R. (2009). Architecture Studio Archive. Archetype, September 2009, (pp. 11 - 11). Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning.
  • Anderson, R. (2009). Continuous City: A First Year Architecture Studio Project. The Studio Teaching Project, October 2009, (pp. 117 - 123). Sydney, Australia: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.

Design or Architectural Works

  • Anderson, R., Libeskind, D. (2010). Creative Media Centre, City University of Hong Kong. City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (SAR of China): City University of Hong Kong. public.
  • Anderson, R., Architekt Daniel Libeskind, N. (2008). WESTside Bruennen Garden Centre. Bern, Switzerland: NBAG Nueue Brunnen AG with Developer MIGROS AARE. public/commercial.
  • Anderson, R., Libeskind, D. (2008). WESTside Bruennen Recreational Swimming Complex. Berne, Switzerland: NBAG Nueue Brunnen AG with Developer MIGROS AARE. Commercial.
  • Anderson, R., Libeskind, D. (2008). WESTside Bruennen Senior Housing. Bern, Switzerland: NBAG Nueue Brunnen AG with Developer MIGROS AARE. residential.
  • Anderson, R. (2005). Progress. ADC Theatre, Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge Footlights Theatre Company. Commercial.
  • Anderson, R., Magma Architecture, N. (2004). Kulturforum Munster. Munster, Germany: public/commercial. Unrealized.
  • Anderson, R., Zvi Hecker Architekt, N. (2004). The Royal Dutch Military Police Complex, Schiphol. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Koninklijke Marechausse District Schiphol. corporate. Unrealized.
  • Anderson, R., Zvi Hecker Architekt, N. (2004). Visitor Information Centre, Ravensbruck Concentration Camp Memorial Site. Ravensbruck Concentration Camp, Germany: Brandenburg Memorials Foundation. public. Unrealized.
  • Anderson, R., Studio Daniel Libeskind, N. (2003). World Trade Centre New York, Design Study. Site of former World Trade Centre, New York, United States of America: Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. public/commercial. Unrealized.

Exhibitions / Events

  • Anderson, R. (2011). After Images. Sydney, Australia: Boutwell Draper Gallery.
  • Benton, S., Anderson, R., Smith, C., Niemela, M. (2010). Metamorphoses. Sydney, Australia: Tin Sheds Gallery.

2014

  • Anderson, R. (2014). Figures of Meditation: Late Gothic Chapel Vaults Between Primordial Stone and Medieval Theology. SAHANZ Unitec Auckland 2014: Translation, 31st Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand and Gold Coast, Queensland.: Auckland, New Zealand SAHANZ and Unitec ePress, and Gold Coast, Queensland: SAHANZ.

2013

  • Anderson, R., Liu, K., Weir, S. (2013). A Room An Eye. In: Expanded Architecture At The Rocks. Sydney Architecture Festival. 136-138 Cumberland Street The Rocks, Sydney, Australia.
  • Anderson, R. (2013). A Room An Eye: Situated. In Claudia Perren, Sarah Breen Lovett (Eds.), Reverse Projections: Expanded Architecture At The Rocks, (pp. 90-94). Berlin, Germany: Broken Dimanche Press.
  • Anderson, R. (2013). Analogue Architecture: Between Imagination and Memory. In Ross Anderson (Eds.), Analogue, (pp. 3-8). Christchurch: Freerange Press.
  • Anderson, R. (2013). Cadenced Horizons: Adolphe Appia's Scenic Architecture. 2013 Interstices Under Construction Symposium, Auckland: School of Art and Design, AUT University of Architecture and Planning, The University of Auckland.

2012

  • Anderson, R. (2012). The Talismanic Presence of Architecture and Ornament in Heidegger's Hutte. In Benoit Jacquet and Vincent Giraud (Eds.), From the Things Themselves: Architecture and Phenomenology, (pp. 127-154). Kyoto: Kyoto University Press.

2011

  • Anderson, R. (2011). After Images. Sydney, Australia: Boutwell Draper Gallery.
  • Anderson, R. (2011). After Images: A Collection of Sketches. After Images, (pp. 2 - 7). Sydney, Australia: Creative ReSearch Cluster.
  • Anderson, R. (2011). Measured Reciprocity. aMaze 2011, (pp. 90 - 93). Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Anderson, R. (2011). The Site, Canberra: Topo-Graphic. Urban AU. Street/ Art/ Architecture, (pp. 6 - 9). Canberra, Australia: Gallery of Australian Design.

2010

  • Anderson, R., Libeskind, D. (2010). Creative Media Centre, City University of Hong Kong. City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (SAR of China): City University of Hong Kong. public.
  • Anderson, R., Dircks, A. (2010). Future Ruins: Arata Isozaki, J.G. Ballard and Late Modernist Disillusionment. imagining.. The 27th Annual Sahanz Conference (Sahanz 2010), Newcastle: Sahanz.
  • Benton, S., Anderson, R., Smith, C., Niemela, M. (2010). Metamorphoses. Sydney, Australia: Tin Sheds Gallery.
  • Anderson, R. (2010). The Chaosmos of Ovid. Metamorphoses, (pp. 8 - 16). Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.

2009

  • Anderson, R. (2009). Architecture Studio Archive. Archetype, September 2009, (pp. 11 - 11). Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning.
  • Anderson, R., Arndell, M., Christensen, S. (2009). Architecture Studio Archive: A case study in the comprehensive digital capture and repository of student design work as an aid to teaching, research, and accreditation. Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 40(4), 286-304.
  • Anderson, R. (2009). Continuous City: A First Year Architecture Studio Project. The Studio Teaching Project, October 2009, (pp. 117 - 123). Sydney, Australia: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
  • Anderson, R. (2009). The Star and the Vessel: Situating the Architecture and Ornament of Heidegger's Hutte at Todtnauberg. Architecture and Phenomenology, Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto Seika University.

2008

  • Anderson, R. (2008). The Medieval Masons' Lodge as Paradigm for Peter Behren's 'Dombauhutte' in Munich, 1922. Art Bulletin, XC(3), 441-465.
  • Anderson, R., Architekt Daniel Libeskind, N. (2008). WESTside Bruennen Garden Centre. Bern, Switzerland: NBAG Nueue Brunnen AG with Developer MIGROS AARE. public/commercial.
  • Anderson, R., Libeskind, D. (2008). WESTside Bruennen Recreational Swimming Complex. Berne, Switzerland: NBAG Nueue Brunnen AG with Developer MIGROS AARE. Commercial.
  • Anderson, R., Libeskind, D. (2008). WESTside Bruennen Senior Housing. Bern, Switzerland: NBAG Nueue Brunnen AG with Developer MIGROS AARE. residential.

2007

  • Anderson, R. (2007). Anything but Silent: Daniel Libeskind's Architecture as Events of Representation. 24th International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ 2007), Adelaide: Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand.
  • Anderson, R. (2007). Fabricating the Late Gothic German Chapel: Theology, Geometry, Materials and the Practical Imagination. Spaces and Places: VII Annual Conference of the Centre for Medieval and Early Modern European Studies.
  • Anderson, R. (2007). Stones Against Forgetting: German-Jewish territories of remembrance in contemporary Berlin architecture. Errinerungskrisen – Memory Crises: German Studies Association of Australia Conference.

2005

  • Anderson, R. (2005). Progress. ADC Theatre, Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge Footlights Theatre Company. Commercial.

2004

  • Anderson, R., Magma Architecture, N. (2004). Kulturforum Munster. Munster, Germany: public/commercial. Unrealized.
  • Anderson, R., Zvi Hecker Architekt, N. (2004). The Royal Dutch Military Police Complex, Schiphol. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Koninklijke Marechausse District Schiphol. corporate. Unrealized.
  • Anderson, R., Zvi Hecker Architekt, N. (2004). Visitor Information Centre, Ravensbruck Concentration Camp Memorial Site. Ravensbruck Concentration Camp, Germany: Brandenburg Memorials Foundation. public. Unrealized.

2003

  • Anderson, R., Studio Daniel Libeskind, N. (2003). World Trade Centre New York, Design Study. Site of former World Trade Centre, New York, United States of America: Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. public/commercial. Unrealized.

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