we recently entered the school of architecture at UTS’s annual research competition, open agenda and received an honourable mention, just missing out on one of the top three spots. winners gain seed funding in order to develop a body of research showcased at the end of the year in a public exhibition and publication. congratulations to the three winners rory hyde, nick sargent & mark leong and daniel fink. you can check out their projects on the open agenda microsite. we have included our research proposal entitled ‘vernacular differentiation’ below for those of you who are interested in having a read. (more…)
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lace offers a subtle interplay of space, light and shadows and the mystery of concealment. the powerhouse museum, sydney, has an extraordinary and well documented collection of approximately 3,000 items of lace dating from the sixteenth century to the present. the museum’s lace study centre has three hundred handmade examples of lace on display daily.