|Bass Coast Post||
Tim Shannon explores the shoreline, that magical place where land meets sea.
From patchwork farms to the new suburban estates, Phillip Island is a living testament to a democratic ideal played out on a finite treasure island, writes Tim Shannon. Illustration by Natasha Williams-Novak
Tim Shannon argues that there is growing global evidence that mass tourism harms communities and the environment.
On a visit to New Zealand, Tim Shannon finds a country that has embraced the Maori culture of sharing.
Ulysses, Gulliver and Leopold Bloom would laugh at our virtual existence.
With the clock ticking on his life, Tim Shannon is drawn to stillness.
Tim Shannon gives thanks for the happy brigade of the below average, the renegades, free spirits, nonconformists, and outsiders.
Essays on encounters with Firmness and Commodity, by Tim Shannon, with thanks to Vitruvius
An exhilarating exhibition of light and space led Tim Shannon to look at Grossard Point with fresh eyes.
Tim Shannon (Professor) FRAIA, is an Architect whose career has taken him to Adelaide, Sydney, Toronto, and Melbourne. He spent twenty years leading one of Australia’s largest Practices, and has always enjoyed teaching design and writing. He has a holiday house at Ventnor.