August 18th, 2012
Episode 247 of 346 episodes
CJ Lim from Studio 8joins us in the RRR studio Fiction and the City from BLDGBLOG CJ Lim speaks at RMIT Storey Hall Monday 20 Aug - Free Searle X Waldon, architects of the Ballarat Art Gallery Annexe NEWS · The planning tribunal VCAT has quashed the Victorian government's efforts to stop the $285 million redevelopment of Melbourne's historic Hotel Windsor. EVENTS · Robin Boyd Foundation's next Design Masters event is taking place at 6pm on Monday 20th August at the Boyd Walsh Street house, hearJohn Gollings and Trevor Meintalk about their approaches to architectural photography and show their work. $25 general, $25 members, [email protected] more info and bookings. ·MOMENTUMthe book on contemporary Victorian architectural practice has finally been released tonight, in shops now, incReadings ·SJB Urban Cities Program– Lima, Peru + Guayaquil, Ecuador – talks on both; Thursday 16th August, 6pm for 6.15pm start SJB Urban’s Cities Program is an informal series of urban events celebrating the design, people and culture of cities. ‘Rancho Notorious’ (upstairs gallery, Level 1) 1000 Bend, 361 Little Lonsdale Street Evolution’ Rsvp Lisa Matray on 03 9699 6688 or via [email protected] ·The Housing Projectat fortyfivedownstairs, 11 - 22 September, opening Tuesday 11 September 2012, 5-7pm, performance of the installation by the artists at 6pm - The Housing Project is a playful and engaging interactive installation about the challenges, experiences, problems, and delights of urban life · Design Tours with Stephen Crafti – 22-31 May 2013 in Paris & 3 – 12 June in London more infowww.asatours.com.au · ABC seriesDream Buildis on Sunday nights at 8.15 pm after Grand Designs for next few weeks, on IVIEW ·Monday 20 August 2012 @ 6pm:The AIA Refuel Victoria Monday night talks, The Inclusive Workplace Dr Karen Morley will outline the ingredients of the inclusive workplace, and how this might be achieved. This will be followed by chaired discussion between Karen and a panel of architects, who will reflect on what these ideas might mean in the context of architectural practice. Place tbc, more info @(03) 8620 3866,[email protected]
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