launched on friday, the 26th of november, archipelago will showcase the work of graduates from master of architecture, bachelor of design in architecture, bachelor of design computing and master of interaction design programs. the exhibition is held throughout the wilkinson building at the university of sydney, including the tin sheds gallery.
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emergent is this years title for the annual exhibition by final year master of architecture students who are showcasing their drawings, graphics and models from their year long design projects.
17:30 – 22:00
friday 19th november 2010
paddington town hall,
oxford street + oatley road
index 2010 is the annual curated review of student work from the UTS school of architecture. the show will be held in venues along kensington st, chippendale. this year’s general opening will take place on friday 3 december 2010,with an afternoon of discussion by key industry figures, followed by the opening of the index student exhibition. click image for further info.
index forum: 2pm to 6pm
index 2010 student exhibition opening party: 6pm to 8pm
index 2010 exhibition: 10am – 4pm, 4-5 december
…from urban planning schemes and buildings to installation work and objects with new materials, the relationship between the human body, technology and nature form the background for a new production of space. highlighting the variety of scales on which his firm has operated in the past decade, jurgen mayer h. will discuss projects ranging in size from small furniture to large urban interventions… <more info>
6.30 – 8.00, thursday 4th november
ALT1, the wilkinson building,
148 city road, the university of sydney
this tuesday saw the opening of chico monks exhibition at the robin gibson gallery in darlinghurst, sydney. for the past four months monks has been manic in collecting vast quantities of scrap perspex, cutting, scratching and painting it in order to create a prolific collection of intriguing mini environments. (more…)
ufo scandinavia along with several other prominent european architecture practices have been invited to take part in an exhibition and lecture series at the jaroslav fragner gallery in the czech republic under the title more is less; big, bold and beautiful.