DREW, Philip. Australian, b. 1943. Genres: Architecture, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Design, Regional/Urban planning. Career: Australian Correspondent, Architecture and Urbanism, Tokyo, since 1978. Technical Ed., The Architectural Press., London, 1970-71; Sr. Lecturer in Architecture, University of Newcastle, N. S. W., 1974-82; Associate Professor, Washington University, St. Louis, 1982-83; Fellow, Literature Board of Australia Council, 1989-90; Philip Drew is the design critic, Business Review Weekly magazine, currently. Publications: Third Generation: The Changing Meaning of Architecture, 1973; Frei Otto: Form and Structure, 1976; Tensile Architecture, 1979; Two Towers: Harry Seidler, 1980; The Architecture of Arata Isozaki, 1982; Leaves of Iron: Glenn Murcutt, Pioneer of an Australian Architectural Form, 1985; (with K. Frampton) Harry Seidler: Four Decades of Architecture, 1992; Veranda: Embracing Place, 1992; Real Space: The Architecture of Martorell, Bohigas, Mackay, Puigdomenech, 1993; The Coast Dwellers: Australians Living on the Edge, 1994; Sydney Opera House, 1995; Edward Suzuki: Buildings & Projects, 1996; Church of the Light, Church on the Water, Tadao Ando, 1996; The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma, Arata Isozaki, 1996; Touch this Earth Lightly: Glenn Murcutt, in His Own Words, 1999; The Masterpiece: Jorn Utzon, a Secret Life, 1999. Author of articles and lectures on tensile, contemporary and Australian architecture. Address: 12 View St, Annandale, NSW 2038, Australia.