Derek F. Wrigley, studied architecture and town planning at Manchester University in the U.K. In 1948 he emigrated to Australia and became a lecturer at the NSW University of Technology, where he established the first building science course in Australia. In addition to teaching, he has practised as an architect, industrial designer, and solar consultant including designing and building six solar houses in Sydney and Canberra. He was a co-founder of the Industrial Design Council of Australia and was awarded Life Fellowship of the Design Institute Australia in 1980. He is currently retired from formal practice, and is researching applications for solar energy in building and experimenting with low-energy and low-resource retrofitting of existing houses. He is open to your contact on 0262866134

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