July 24 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
In this presentation, Scott MacArthur from the Marrickville Heritage Society, discusses 1920s architecture, including its aspirational and health-based aspects. Scott has over 25 years’ professional experience in heritage conservation and adaptive reuse of historic places, including the preparation of conservation management plans, conservation documentation and site superintendence. He is currently in his ninth year as President of the Marrickville Heritage Society. He is a previous winner of a NSW Government Heritage Volunteer Award and an RAHS Special Achievement Certificate in recognition of his work with the Society to champion the built heritage of the former Marrickville LGA. He is also a retired GP with an interest in the architecture of health.