November 30th, 2012
Episode 262 of 346 episodes
TOP TEN PROJECTS 2012 1 RMIT Swanston Academic Buildingby Lyons 2 Heller Street Park and Residences, Six Degrees 3 Shearer's Quarters, Tasmania, John Wardle 4 2012 Serpentine Pavilion, HdeM and Ai Wei Wei 5 Cairns Botanic Gardens Visitors Centre - Charles Wright Architects 6 Taken Visitor Centre by Wingardhs 7 Port Hedland Multi-Purpose Recreation Centre, ARM 8 Book Mountain - MVRDV 9 Keast Park Community Pavilion, JCB 10 Big Hill House by Kerstin Thompson EVENTS ·Process debate‘'Competitions are beneficial to Architectural Practice'.- Monday 3 Dec 12 - Loop Bar in the city, 6.30pm onwards. Scott Woodward, Melissa Bright, Peter Charles, Suzannah Waldron, Warwick Mihaly, Phoebe Quirk NEWS ·Book Launch:Professor Tomlinson is the editor of the new bookAustralia’s Unintended Cities: the Impact of Housing on Urban Developmentwhich will be launched at 5:30pm, Wednesday 28 November, Ground Floor, Baldwin Spencer Building, the University of Melbourne. · Architect and Monash University lecturer Ross Brewin’s exhibition49 Shedsto open at Mornington Peninsula Gallery on 27thFebruary 2013. Catalogue essay by John Wardle. · Premier andThe Architectsfan, Ted Baillieu has launched theSmall Town Transformationsprogram which supports large-scale creative projects that can inspire, transform and create a lasting legacy in Victorian towns with populations of 1,500 or fewer. Grants of up to $350,000 will be available for projects that involve strong community support and participation, and will be able to deliver a significant impact Thanks toAllour guests, our co-hosts who’ve helped us out; Mat Ward, Juliet Moore and Paul Coffey. Also big thanks to Andrew Koniuszko for being our podcast director.
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