June 3rd, 2008
Episode 64 of 346 episodes
Patrick Mollison, Metro Building Surveyorswww.metrobs.com.au 2am lock-out startswww.theage.com.au/national/quiet-start-to-lockout-trial-20080603-2l0h.html Venice Pavilion Compwww.distasio.com.au/category/venice-pavilion/shortlist RMIT GRC conference this weekendwww.rmit.edu.au/ad/grc Cool mechanical blinds for office building in Graz, Switzerland. White aluminum panels that respond to climate and sun angles and can be programmed to open and close in animated sequences. Ernst Giselbrecht & Partner. Via Wallpaper. www.wallpaper.com/architecture/video-kiefer-technic-office-graz/2329 Architecture and Philosophy: Ashley Schafer – ‘Urban Matters: moving beyond indeterminism vs. determinism’. New York based editor of Praxis magazine. Thursday 6pm, RMIT building 8, level 11. www.architectureandphilosophy.rmit.edu.au Architects for Peace: Shelley Penn – discussing the role of the state government architect and the value of good design. Thursday 7pm, RMIT Building 50, 50 Orr St off Victoria St. www.architectsforpeace.org Redrawing Exhibition: Curated by Fiona MacDonald, featuring work by Bronwyn Clarke-Coolee, Ben Harper (UK), Therese Mastoiacovo (Canada), and Spiros Panigirakis. Opens Thursday night, runs to 27th June, RMIT Project Space Gallery, Cardigan St. http://schoolofartgalleries.dsc.rmit.edu.au/PSSR/exhibitions/2008/redrawing.html
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