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The Architects - Show 385 - Co Design Studio

September 16th, 2013

Episode 294 of 346 episodes

Co Design Studiojoin us to talk participatorydesign above:THE SCHOOL OF LIFE POP UP SPACE, Collingwood, Melbourneby CoDesign for Small Giants NEWS and EVENTS Kevin Mark Lowin Melbourne 11th September 6:30pm – 9:00pm Treasury Theatre, Under the old Treasury Building 1 Macarthur St, East Melbourne VICarchitecture.com.au/events. ALSO Perth 12 Sep SIBLING’sexhibition On/Off opens this Thursday 12 September, which explores the spatial implications of connectivity. SIBLING takes an extreme position by constructing the ultimate disconnection space that shuts down wifi, radio, television, radar and all of the information it brings. It is also an act to physically connect in space where architecture becomes a filter (or momentary firewall) between the individual and the world. This exhibition is part of the ABP Alumni Survey Series at the University of Melbourne. Arena Calcetto Sydney, which we've managed to find a spot for during Art & About 2013! The venue is the Paddington Reservoir Gardens on Oxford Street, where we'll display all six timber towers with bespokefussballtables. Direct from the Biennale (and after a few repairs...) we're very happy to be able to present this work in Sydney. Please join us to celebrate!When: 22nd September, 3pm at Paddington Reservoir Gardens, and 4-6pm at the Imperial Hotel, Oxford Street RSVP essential via [email protected] by 12th September JOÃO NUNES: TIME AND LANDSCAPE Tuesday 8 October, 7pm Carrillo Gantner Theatre, Sidney Myer Asia CentreAs part of the 2013 Dean's Lecture Series presented by Professor Tom Kvan, Dean, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, Portuguese Landscape Architect, João Nunes will give a free public lecture entitled, Time and Landscape. Interview with theColumbian studentsEduardo Velasquez, Manuel Pineda and Santiago Medina winners of the Flinders St competition - People’s Choice is available to watch onhttp://architel.tv New Civic Infrastructure for New Growth, Drawn from both practice and research, speakers will address how new civic infrastructure in outer-metropolitan Melbourne can provide locally distinctive transit-oriented projects that meet the needs of these communities. Featuring case study projects from Cox and BKK Architects, this seminar will also explore the recent Metropolitan Planning Strategy discussion paper’s emphasis on an integrated planning, development and transport strategy.Monday 16 September 2013, 6-8pmbook here

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