March 7th, 2011
Episode 180 of 346 episodes
Floods recovery special -John Ellway, Peter Skinner (AusIA QueenslandandUQ), James Davidson (Emergency Architects Australia) and Michael Rayner (Cox Rayner). Organised by John Ellway - many thanks -http://twitter.com/jellway FLOOD OF IDEASwebsite launched above: M3 Architecture's Christensen House during the Brisbane flood above:Michael's Raynerpost-flood Queenslander above: property in Ipwsich showing line of flood above: 1974 map of flood areas Recap:Youtube videotaken around the inner city Milton to St Lucia leg of the river Exhibition for the 2011 Brisbane Ideas Competition Australia’s second architecture radio show starts this week on Radio Adelaide 101.5FM, calledThe PlanWednesdays 6-7pm– is to be hosted by John Byleveld, Josh Zeunert, Martin Ridge and Angelique Edmonds and proudly supported by AIA, AILA, Uni SA, Adelaide Uni and the IDC. NEWS • Studio 505 of Pixel Building fame are doing a10 storey timber apartment buildingon the CUB site, using the same system as used by Waugh Thistleton for their nine story building in East London, we interviewed Andrew Waugh in Nov 2009 • The Weather Ringfrom Perth - a new architectural magazine online and in print EVENTS • School’s back -RMIT Australian Architecture lecture seriesstarts this Friday, and will run for the 10 weeks (except easter) – all welcome – Conrad hamnman at 3.30pm kicks off with early Australian architecture….Building 8 Level 11 Theatre…. A great series with Paul Memmott coming down later in the semester from Queensland • ARCHITECTURE+PHILOSOPHY 2011 - ARCHITECTURE AND PLACEMAKING: CAN WE WORK TOGETHER? Gilbert Rochcouste Friday, March 4 6:00pm in RMIT 8.11.68 Building 8, Level 11, lecture theatre 68 • Excitement building for Melbourne Open House 2011 – keep July 30 and 31 free for the two day event • freehand: recent Australian drawing closes this Sunday at Heidi
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