Richard A. Sundt
Richard Sundt’s research focuses on three disparate areas of architectural history: Gothic, Gothic Revival and Oceanic. The monuments he considers are nevertheless linked by a commonality of distinctive formal elements, similar problems relating to ritual function, and a methodology grounded on the analysis of structures, both extant and vanished, and aided by reference to drawings, historic photographs, and a critical reading of archival documents. A more detailed overview of his past and current investigations can be obtained by consulting his personal web page.
|Whare Karakia: Maori Church Building, Decoration and Ritual in Aotearoa New Zealand, 1834–1863
Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2010