September 1st, 2014
Episode 333 of 346 episodes
REVIEW SHOW -OVGA launches guide onGood Design + Education, David Islip from OVGA joins us TASMANIA: -UTAS Furniture School by Six Degrees: -Practice in review -Cumulus Studio: -Room 11's GASP walkway reviewed: WORKPLACES: interview withDr Tim Sharp at recentWork Place / Work Lifesymposium, part ofDesign Speaksseries NEWS AND EVENTS DESIGN MATTERS at MWF this Sat 2.30pm The opening of the FUTURE IS HERE exhibition is happening on Thursday 28 Aug from 6pm – 8pm at the RMIT Design Hub Gallery. This is a touring exhibition created by the Design Museum, London that focuses on the new blurred boundaries between designer, manufacturer and user created by emerging technologies such as robotic manufacturing, digital printing, social networking and crowd funding. A full program of associated lectures, talks and workshops will accompany the exhibition. PLEDGE for A PLUG a Naming competition for the Aboriginal Healing Garden at Monash Medical Centre entries close 26th August 9pm. Details at www.facebook.com/Monashhealthaboriginalhealinggarden Process: Design/ Develop discusses collaborations between architects and developers; their ideas, approaches, and projects.Can Architects be developers? Jeremy McLeod, Breathe Architect, Karen Alcock, MAA and Jeff Provan, Neometro, Sommer Spiers, Urban Designer. Mon 1st Sept at 6.30pm
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