Professor Tom Heneghan

G04 - Wilkinson Building
The University of Sydney

Selected grants

2007

  • The influence of contemporary Japanese architecture: its meanings and its miss-readings; Heneghan T; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Teaching Improvement and Equipment Scheme; Heneghan T; University of Sydney/Teaching Improvement and Equipment Scheme (TIES).

2006

  • Teaching Improvement and Equipment Scheme; Heneghan T; University of Sydney/Teaching Improvement and Equipment Scheme (TIES).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Gusheh, M., Heneghan, T., Lassen, C., Seyama, S. (2008). Glenn Murcutt: Thinking Drawing / Working Drawing. Tokyo: Toto Ltd.

Edited Books

  • Heneghan, T., Gusheh, M. (2008). The Architecture of Glenn Murcutt. Tokyo, Japan: Toto Ltd.

Book Chapters

  • Heneghan, T. (2008). Essay: Dialogue And Discovery. In Tom Heneghan and Maryam Gusheh (Eds.), The Architecture of Glenn Murcutt, (pp. 308-319). Tokyo, Japan: Toto Ltd.
  • Heneghan, T. (2007). Architecture in "Terra Nullius". In Claudia Perren and Kristien Ring (Eds.), Living the Modern Australian Architecture, (pp. 217-219). Germany: Hatje Cantz Verlag.
  • Heneghan, T. (2007). Chemistry Building. In Trevor Howells (Eds.), University of Sydney Architecture, (pp. 83-83). Australia: Watermark Press.
  • Heneghan, T. (2007). Education and the Quadruple-helix. In Editorial board journal of Tokyo University of Arts Department (Eds.), Kenchikuka, (pp. 382-385). Japan: Architectural Data Publishing Company.
  • Heneghan, T. (2006). A collage of yearnings. In Joanne Jakovich (Eds.), Urban Islands vol 1: cuttings, (pp. 97-109). Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Heneghan, T. (2005). Not as we know it. In Charles Walker (Eds.), Exquisite apart, (pp. 110-118). Auckland: Balasoglou books.
  • Heneghan, T. (2005). The Idea of ideas. In Stephen Stratford (Eds.), Pete Bossley Architects, (pp. 104-107). Christchurch: The New Zealand Architectural Publications Trust.
  • Heneghan, T. (2001). Eloquent White. In Gustavo Gilli (Eds.), The Architecture of Waro Kishi, (pp. 4-25). Gustavo Gilli.
  • Heneghan, T. (2000). Orchestral Spaces. Awaji Yumebutai, (pp. 106-110). Japan: Shinkenchiku-sha.

Journals

  • Heneghan, T. (2012). Alchemical Devices. Japan Architect, (87), 4-5.
  • Heneghan, T. (2007). Less is Moore. Monument, (Feb/Mar), 78-82.
  • Heneghan, T. (2007). Wendy Lewin & Glenn Murcutt - Lewin & Murcutt House. A + U-Architecture and Urbanism, 08(443), 16-25.
  • Heneghan, T. (2006). Contemporary Practice in Australia - Search for Complexity and Ideology. Architectural Theory Review, 11(1), 58-59.
  • Heneghan, T., Guedes, P. (2006). Translucency. Architectural Theory Review, 11(2), 78-85.
  • Heneghan, T. (2005). Architecture and the New Realism. Detail Japan, (October), 90-91.
  • Heneghan, T. (2004). "Going ahead of the times, Always presenting a sense of freshness, You have the leading role, Greater Simplicity". Architectural Theory Review, 9:1(2), 86-90.
  • Van Schaik, L., Heneghan, T. (2004). Back to School: Architectural Education - the Information and the Argument. Architectural Design, 171, 32-41.
  • Heneghan, T. (2004). Memory and Invention – Novy Dvur. Architectural Review Australia, 91, 50-58.
  • Heneghan, T. (2004). The Architecture of Fumihiko Maki. Architecture Australia, September/October 2004(September/October), 56.
  • Heneghan, T. (2004). University of Sydney School of Architecture. A + U-Architecture and Urbanism, 8(407), 118-118.
  • Heneghan, T. (2001). Into the Light. World Architecture, , 74-75.
  • Heneghan, T. (2001). Pacific Rim. A + U-Architecture and Urbanism, (368), 134-136.
  • Heneghan, T. (2001). Wizards of Oz. World Architecture, , 74-75.
  • Heneghan, T. (2001). Yumebutai. Architecture Magazine, (March), 96-103.

Conferences

  • Heneghan, T., Neale, D. (2005). Kidosaki Redux: Trans cultural translocation. 3rd International Conference of the Association of Architectural Schools of Australasia - AASA 2005, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: UQ and QUT.

Visual Art

  • Heneghan, T., Kumar, M. (2004). Fata Morgana. In: Fata Morgana. con_con:constructed connections Festival, city of Berlin. Galerie der Kunste, Berlin, Germany.

Textual Creative Works

  • Heneghan, T., Earl, M. (2012). The teacher and the student. Architecture Bulletin, (pp. 10 - 11). Sydney, Australia: Australian Institute of Architects, NSW Chapter.
  • Heneghan, T. (2008). The Three Amigos - SOM. Architectural Science Review, (pp. 95 - 96). United Kingdom: Earthscan.

Design or Architectural Works

  • Heneghan, T., Weir, S., Dzonlagic, H., Seyama, S. (2008). Elevation. Phillip Cox Australian Pavilion S. Marco, 1364/ A 30124 Venezia, Italy: Australian Institute of Architects. Public international exhibition. Unrealized.
  • Heneghan, T. (2008). Tom Heneghan. Tokyo Design Centre, Galleria BF, Japan.

Exhibitions / Events

  • Heneghan, T. (2008). 2008 Venice Biennale of Architecture. Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy: Venice Biennale.
  • Heneghan, T., Seyama, S., Suzuno, K., Gusheh, M., Lassen, C. (2008). Glenn Murcutt: Thinking Drawing / Working Drawing. Tokyo, Japan: Gallery Ma.
  • Heneghan, T. (2005). Shaping Space: Drawings by Harry Seidler. Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney, Australia: Tin Sheds Gallery, University of Sydney.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Heneghan, T. (2006). Frontiers. Aurora, , 12-17.

Other

  • Heneghan, T. (2001), Exhibition catalogue: Tetsuo Furuichi.

2012

  • Heneghan, T. (2012). Alchemical Devices. Japan Architect, (87), 4-5.
  • Heneghan, T., Earl, M. (2012). The teacher and the student. Architecture Bulletin, (pp. 10 - 11). Sydney, Australia: Australian Institute of Architects, NSW Chapter.

2008

  • Heneghan, T. (2008). 2008 Venice Biennale of Architecture. Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy: Venice Biennale.
  • Heneghan, T., Weir, S., Dzonlagic, H., Seyama, S. (2008). Elevation. Phillip Cox Australian Pavilion S. Marco, 1364/ A 30124 Venezia, Italy: Australian Institute of Architects. Public international exhibition. Unrealized.
  • Heneghan, T. (2008). Essay: Dialogue And Discovery. In Tom Heneghan and Maryam Gusheh (Eds.), The Architecture of Glenn Murcutt, (pp. 308-319). Tokyo, Japan: Toto Ltd.
  • Heneghan, T., Seyama, S., Suzuno, K., Gusheh, M., Lassen, C. (2008). Glenn Murcutt: Thinking Drawing / Working Drawing. Tokyo, Japan: Gallery Ma.
  • Gusheh, M., Heneghan, T., Lassen, C., Seyama, S. (2008). Glenn Murcutt: Thinking Drawing / Working Drawing. Tokyo: Toto Ltd.
  • Heneghan, T., Gusheh, M. (2008). The Architecture of Glenn Murcutt. Tokyo, Japan: Toto Ltd.
  • Heneghan, T. (2008). The Three Amigos - SOM. Architectural Science Review, (pp. 95 - 96). United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Heneghan, T. (2008). Tom Heneghan. Tokyo Design Centre, Galleria BF, Japan.

2007

  • Heneghan, T. (2007). Architecture in "Terra Nullius". In Claudia Perren and Kristien Ring (Eds.), Living the Modern Australian Architecture, (pp. 217-219). Germany: Hatje Cantz Verlag.
  • Heneghan, T. (2007). Chemistry Building. In Trevor Howells (Eds.), University of Sydney Architecture, (pp. 83-83). Australia: Watermark Press.
  • Heneghan, T. (2007). Education and the Quadruple-helix. In Editorial board journal of Tokyo University of Arts Department (Eds.), Kenchikuka, (pp. 382-385). Japan: Architectural Data Publishing Company.
  • Heneghan, T. (2007). Less is Moore. Monument, (Feb/Mar), 78-82.
  • Heneghan, T. (2007). Wendy Lewin & Glenn Murcutt - Lewin & Murcutt House. A + U-Architecture and Urbanism, 08(443), 16-25.

2006

  • Heneghan, T. (2006). A collage of yearnings. In Joanne Jakovich (Eds.), Urban Islands vol 1: cuttings, (pp. 97-109). Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Heneghan, T. (2006). Contemporary Practice in Australia - Search for Complexity and Ideology. Architectural Theory Review, 11(1), 58-59.
  • Heneghan, T. (2006). Frontiers. Aurora, , 12-17.
  • Heneghan, T., Guedes, P. (2006). Translucency. Architectural Theory Review, 11(2), 78-85.

2005

  • Heneghan, T. (2005). Architecture and the New Realism. Detail Japan, (October), 90-91.
  • Heneghan, T., Neale, D. (2005). Kidosaki Redux: Trans cultural translocation. 3rd International Conference of the Association of Architectural Schools of Australasia - AASA 2005, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: UQ and QUT.
  • Heneghan, T. (2005). Not as we know it. In Charles Walker (Eds.), Exquisite apart, (pp. 110-118). Auckland: Balasoglou books.
  • Heneghan, T. (2005). Shaping Space: Drawings by Harry Seidler. Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney, Australia: Tin Sheds Gallery, University of Sydney.
  • Heneghan, T. (2005). The Idea of ideas. In Stephen Stratford (Eds.), Pete Bossley Architects, (pp. 104-107). Christchurch: The New Zealand Architectural Publications Trust.

2004

  • Heneghan, T. (2004). "Going ahead of the times, Always presenting a sense of freshness, You have the leading role, Greater Simplicity". Architectural Theory Review, 9:1(2), 86-90.
  • Van Schaik, L., Heneghan, T. (2004). Back to School: Architectural Education - the Information and the Argument. Architectural Design, 171, 32-41.
  • Heneghan, T., Kumar, M. (2004). Fata Morgana. In: Fata Morgana. con_con:constructed connections Festival, city of Berlin. Galerie der Kunste, Berlin, Germany.
  • Heneghan, T. (2004). Memory and Invention – Novy Dvur. Architectural Review Australia, 91, 50-58.
  • Heneghan, T. (2004). The Architecture of Fumihiko Maki. Architecture Australia, September/October 2004(September/October), 56.
  • Heneghan, T. (2004). University of Sydney School of Architecture. A + U-Architecture and Urbanism, 8(407), 118-118.

2001

  • Heneghan, T. (2001). Eloquent White. In Gustavo Gilli (Eds.), The Architecture of Waro Kishi, (pp. 4-25). Gustavo Gilli.
  • Heneghan, T. (2001), Exhibition catalogue: Tetsuo Furuichi.
  • Heneghan, T. (2001). Into the Light. World Architecture, , 74-75.
  • Heneghan, T. (2001). Pacific Rim. A + U-Architecture and Urbanism, (368), 134-136.
  • Heneghan, T. (2001). Wizards of Oz. World Architecture, , 74-75.
  • Heneghan, T. (2001). Yumebutai. Architecture Magazine, (March), 96-103.

2000

  • Heneghan, T. (2000). Orchestral Spaces. Awaji Yumebutai, (pp. 106-110). Japan: Shinkenchiku-sha.

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