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The Architects - Show 431 - Review Show

September 30th, 2014

Episode 337 of 346 episodes

REVIEW SHOW News:The Rosa Barba Landscape Prize was awarded to TCL and New Zealand firm, Wraight + Associates (WA) for the 2011 transformation of Auckland‟s waterfront. see the ArchitecureAU article TCL andWraight + Associates,transformation of Auckland‟s waterfront. Images:Jonny Davis Peter ElliottArchitecture + Urban Designwith artwork by Ash Keating:A’Beckett UrbanSquare Image:Ash Keating JCB's Upper House Apartments, Melbourne (imageStuart Harrison) New apartment design guidelines NSW: Balconies mandatory, car parking slashed Events “Innovation through Architecture: an open studio tour”,Friday 31st October 2014; 10am - 4.30pm, Consider this as a voyeuristic insight into the inner workings of the best architectural practices this city has to offer. Melbourne Architours will guide you into the offices of four leading firms for this unique one-off tour for the City of Melbourne’s Melbourne Knowledge Week. In collaboration with the Victorian chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) during the Melbourne Architecture Annual (MA|A), we will be taking tour attendees behind the scenes into the studios of ARM, Molecule, JCBA & BKK, Should you require more information, FMI: [email protected] The next Process is happening on Monday 6thOctober at Loop Bar,This October, PROCESS looks at ways in which architecture is shared outside of its own bubble. Events, publications/ blogs and social media - the mediums are many.In a realm that is some parts marketing, some parts celebration, and many parts advocacy, no-one can argue the benefits of media as a communication tool. Who are the people who bring design to others? How is architecture portrayed, and who is the audience? Join us to hear Nic Granleese, AGIIDeas and OPENHAUS discuss design engagement with the general public, and examine the successes and areas we can improve. Jeanne Gang speaks in MelbourneTue Oct 7 at University of Melbourne

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