Don Gazzard has been practising as an architect and urban designer since 1960 and his buildings have won a number of architectural awards. Two of them (below) were recently chosen for 20th century heritage lists.
The Wentworth Memorial Church was one of fifty Australian
buildings selected by the International Union of Architects for
their 10 volume survey: World Architecture: A Critical Mosaic
1900-2000. The church was added to the NSW Heritage Register
He proposed and designed Martin Place in Sydney as a pedestrian precinct between 1968 and 1978 and played a central role in the heritage conservation of the Paddington area. Over a forty year period Don Gazzard has worked all over Australia and the Pacific and has designed most building types except large hospitals and prisons.
Don Gazzard was elected a Life Fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in 1970. He is a prolific writer on architecture and urban affairs and has recently written several novels...click Publications for details .