Reseeking Asylum. Perspective Sections. "A story of identity for one country town, 19 historic buildings and thousands of #refugees brought together through the #sharingeconomy " With @isabellastrid #monasharchitecture #21daystogo @cluelessarchitecture @architecturevictoria
ATMOSPHERE Materiality test - inspired by Giuliana Bruno - Pleats of Matter, Folds of the Soul. #theorypractice #studio #heidemuseumofmodernart #atmosphere #materiality #emotion #mood #sensory #textile #installation #design #interior #architecture #madainterior #monashinterior
Oh, the places you'll go! In New York City, MADA Industrial Design graduates Luke Woodard and Ryan De Remer have created a kind of office/cafe hybrid, “Sweatshop”. Everything from the logo to the handcrafted furniture, graphic design work and architecture has been holistically visualised and constructed by Sweatshop. “Creating worlds is how we explain what we do. We don’t just stop at a two-dimensional logo; we translate the logo into the three dimensional space and focus on cohesive branding and how all the elements are experienced together,” says De Remer.
MADA's Marian Crawford has created the artists’ book ‘Picturing the island’ for @statelibraryqld supported by a Siganto Foundation Creative Fellowship.
Marian explains, “My book takes the form of a collection of texts and images that by their proximity to each other present the Central Pacific island Banaba (once known as Ocean Island) as a recollection. This recollection grants these memories another moment of life.” blogs.slq.qld.gov.au/...
Opening @tcb_artinc Wednesday: "Chain of Mountains" curated by Tamsen Hopkinson and MADA Senior Lecturer Dr Jan Bryant, and "Section", new work by MADA Lecturer Tamsin Green.
26 October - 12 November 2016
TCB art inc.
Level 1/12 Waratah place
Melbourne VIC 3000
Image: Tamsin Green, Disinterment: Relief, wall drawing and printed mirror, 2016, photograph by Lauren Dunn
Now at MADA Gallery: “Alternative Infill” – PhD candidate Damian Madigan presents a design study of infill housing potential in the established suburbs of Adelaide in South Australia. 24-31 October 2016. Free, all welcome.
Now open at MADA Gallery: “Stealth Urbanism” – an exhibition of work by PhD candidate Alysia Bennett investigating covert tactics for producing a diversity of medium density housing in Australia’s suburbs. 24-31 October 2016. Free, all welcome.
Wednesday: “Monash Steps / Stawell Steps” book launch, including a special address by architect John Wardle. Free, all welcome.
26 October 2016, 5.30–7.30pm
MUMA / Monash University
Ground Floor, Building F
900 Dandenong Road
Caulfield East, VIC 3145
The book presents documentation, reflection and critical analysis of two award-winning projects: “Monash Steps” and “Stawell Steps”. These linked projects were designed and built by Monash Architecture students under the leadership of Hiroshi Nakao and Nigel Bertram.
Architecture students Rory Sheppard and Jennifer Mu have won the two top prizes in a Swiss architecture design competition with @apcdfondation . Should planning permission be granted, Rory will get to work with a Swiss-based architect to transform his winning proposal into reality!
Image: Rory Sheppard, Ruelle
#alternativeinfill #PhD exhibition ahead of public defence on Monday 31 October at 2pm at Monash University Caulfield campus. Exhibiting alongside @alysia_bennett. Thanks to @littleartproject for the loan of the table and chairs
@monasharchitecture @monashada #adlarchigram #architecture #adelaidea #suburbanoperations #adelaide #infill #suburbia #monasharchitecture