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The Architects - Show 370 - REVIEW SHOW Stawell Steps, South Melbourne Market, Fisherman's Bend

June 3rd, 2013

Episode 279 of 346 episodes

Tue 28th May 2013 REVIEW SHOW Stawell Steps by Monash Architecture and Design and Hiroshi Nakao: South Melbourne Market by Paul Morgan Architects: photo by Peter Bennetts Aesop Store by Kerstin Thompson. New store on Collins St for this cosmetics brand. Fisherman’s Bend NEWS & EVENTS Craigieburn Public Sculpture Comp – The mall is designed by NH / Oculus. “The artwork will act as a meeting point, aiming to demonstrate that the needs of the community have been heard and appealing to the common interests of the residents.” - au.artshub.com Lodge on the Lake winners announced. 1st: Melbourne-based graduate Jack Davies with Nicholas Roberts and Henry Stephens; 2nd: Alan Pert (UniMelb + NORD) with Atelier Ten Environmental Design Consultants (UK); 3rd: Monica Earl and Nic Moore (Sydney). Venice Creative Directors Shortlist: Under Construction–Dr Elizabeth Farrelly, Grace Mortlock, David Neustein and Dan Hill (NSW), Augmented Australia 1914–2014– felix. + Sophie Giles & Simon Anderson (WA), Flatpack Pavilion– Zanny Begg, Chris Fox, Helen Lochhead and John Choi (NSW), Openings – Andrew Burns / Mark Gowing / Brett Boardman (NSW), Distinctions + Contradictions, At Home with Australian Architecture– Associate Professor Jay Younger, Lindy Johnson, Elizabeth Watson Brown, Jennifer Taylor (advisor), and Tony Gooley Design (Qld), Between– FloodSlicer and Two4K (Vic), The Peephole Hoarding– The AU(NSW) Kris Green and Peter BennettsexhibitionThe wild resort in Vanuatu. Photos by Peter Bennetts; exhibtion oepning fiday at the Cheeseroom under the Primiveria Gocorey, Spring St Geoff Manaugh new editor of Gizmodo. Mr. BLDG BLOG is ‘Moving Past the Latest Smartphone’ as the NYTimes says, “We want to push what technology means. It’s not just about gadgets you carry around in your pocket. The city itself is the largest gadget that humans have made. You can talk about the ways cities are managed, the way governments function.” Cinecity Architectural Film Project_screening 31 May 6.30pm – in compunction with national conf; 30 sec films Fed Sq atrium RMIT to offer Master of Urban Design http://www.rmit.edu.au/urbandesign Vivid Ideas is the conference-y part of Sydney’s Vivid festival. It started on Saturday and will run for 2 weeks. Thurs 6th of June is an ‘urban’ themed afternoon, with ‘Rethinking Design Education’ and ‘Transform Your City’ (David Sim from Gehl, Andreas Dalgaard (made the film of Enrique Penalosa) and Rory speaking) – vividsydney.com Process – ‘materials’ – Carey Lyon, Paul Loh, Alison Fairley. Mon 3rd June, Loop Bar, 6.30pm 7thInternational Conference of theAssociation of Architecture Schools of Australasia - abstractsdue Monday

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