June 19th, 2011
Episode 195 of 346 episodes
Mat WardfronNiche Media Editor in cheif ofArchitectural Review Australia, Inside, Facility Managment News andAustralian Design Review. >Rohan Storey on the phone talking about thelatest list of buildingsnominated for heritage protection in Melbourne by the National Trust. The 98 CBD buildings cited in Melbourne City Council's biggest expansion of heritage protection in 30 years include many post war buildings like the Mid City cinemas and the AXA building on Collins Street.Melbourne Heritage Action Group on Facebook. NEWS • Melbourne Open Houseis approaching fast and has a bumper collection of great buildings this year JULY 30/31 • Richard LePlastrier AO + Greg Burgess AM. Burgess: For service to architecture in the area of environmentally sensitive building design, and to the community. LePlastrier: For distinguished service to architecture, particularly through the application of environmentally sensitive design, and as an educator and mentor. EVENTS • FLUX student congressis approaching in July 6-9 in Adelaide for all students of architecture • Tree Sprawlhas opened at CERES, check it out is open at various times – Exhibition Saturdays 11, 18 and 25 June; 9.00 am to 1.00 pm + Merri Table & Bar Cafe/Restaurant at CERES until Friday 1 July Wednesday to Friday 12.00 to 9.30 pm, Saturday 1.00 pm to 9.30 pm, Sunday 10.00 am to 3.00 pm. •ARM show up and running at UMelb • Architecture & Landscape Architecture Student Exhibition Opening Night, Wed 22 June 6pm, B8 L11 & 12 • Robin Boyd Foundation's next public open day - 'Harold Desbrowe-Annear' to be held on Sunday 26th June with lectures on Wed June 15th and Wednesday June 22 at the Walsh street house, places limited - [email protected]
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