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The Architects - Show 430 - Wilson Architects

September 23rd, 2014

Episode 336 of 346 episodes

Education + Public Space Hamilton Wilson fromWilson Architectsjoins us on the phone from Brisbane, regarding theDesign Speaks'Old School / New School ' symposium Christof Mayer fromRaumlaborjoins us in the studio Raumlabor's 2013 University of Sydney lecture NEWS AND EVENTS MID CENTURY MODERNon at NGVi - great New Architects Melbourne- to be held on Friday 26th September at SL Architecture. Gurners Lane, 459 Lt Collins Street, Melbourne 3000. Tickets are now on sale for the National Architecture Awards Thu 6 Nov, Darwin, the night-of-nights of Australian architecture, celebrating the best and boldest designs of the year. Tickets available from the AIA website -https://dynamic.architecture.com.au/eregister/?id=4954 MADA events: 1) Mitsubishi Seminar 2014- Interactive Futures Glimpses from Japan Featuring a panel on "Shifts in Interaction with the Built Environment" Monday 27 October at the Monash Law Chambers. 2) Public Lecture by CAt: Kazuhiko Kojima and Kazuko Akamatsu 6:30pm Tuesday 28 October at the State Library of Victoria Village Roadshow Theatrette Volunteer at the Robin Boyd Foundation Tapestry design prize Melbourne Bike Cabs- crowd funding campaign to help fund the project. Check out his video on the pozible website.http://www.pozible.com/project/182517- We would love for you to help us by pledging PIN-UPis excited to announce a new iteration of its program – PIN-UP ROAMING. After four years at The Compound Interest in Collingwood, Pin-up will be moving to a ‘roaming’ model from 2015. PIN-UP ROAMING embraces a collaborative, networked model of project-driven exhibitions, events and workshops that will occur regularly at temporal, like-minded spaces across Melbourne and beyond. Join us for PIN-UP’s end of year exhibition and farewell at the Compound in early December when the Pin-up warehouse space will be transformed by a series of invited installations that engage with the notion of ‘roaming’ curated by the Pin-up team.

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