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Taylor, Florence Mary [1879-1969. UK/Australia. Architect/Structural Engineer/Town Planner]


Florence Mary Taylor was born Florence Mary Parsons in Bedminster, Somerset, Eng… subscribers only

Photograph of Florence Mary Taylor

Photograph of Florence Mary Taylor


1. Aitken, Richard. ‘Return to Lutyens": Florence Taylor and the folly of architecture’ Australian Garden History vol.19, no.3, 2007-08 pp.15-17

2. Directory of British Architects 1834-1914. Compiled by Antonia Brodie, et al. Volume 2: L-Z. London; New York: British Architectural Library, Royal Institute of British Architects/Continuum, 2001

3. Freestone, Robert and Bronwyn Hanna. Florence Taylor’s hats: designing, building and editing Sydney. Sydney, NSW: Halstead Press, 2007

4. Giles, J. M. 50 years of town planning, with Florence M. Taylor. Sydney : Australasian Engineer, 1959

5. Murray, Rosemary. Pirouette and pose : a biography of Florence Mary Taylor. B. Arch. thesis, University of New South Wales, 1976

6. Orchard, E. R. and Taylor, Florence M. The book of 36 distinctive homes: with contrasting contemporary and traditional types from abroad Sydney, NSW: Building Publishing Co., 1945

7. Roe, Michael. Nine Australian progressives: vitalism in bourgeois social thought, 1890-1960 St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1964

8. Taylor, Florence M. A pot-pourri of Eastern Asia, with comparisons and reflections. Sydney, NSW: Building Publishing Co., 1935

9. Taylor, Florence M. ‘University buildings : our heritage in the balance’ Building vol.36, n.216, 12 August 1925 pp.49-61

10. Taylor, Florence M.; Clark, A. Lanyon; and Hann, George R. Fifty modern homes, designed by A. Lanyon Clark, architect, Geo. R. Hann, associate: with other drawings and photographs, to show the trend here and abroad and to demonstrate that modern buildings can be interesting and even beautiful. Sydney, NSW: Building Publishing Co., 1940.