A snapshot of the works displayed at the Making @Scale exhibition held at QV1 Foyer Perth this May. The exhibition was curated for the Australian Institute of Architects National Conference. The online catalogue features a beautiful video of the exhibition by Western Australian photographer-filmmaker-architectural graduate Frazer Macfarlane.
Did everyone else really enjoy Open House Perth? I had a great weekend, visiting different buildings and exploring parts of the city. It was wonderful to see so many members of the public out and about, checking out different places too. And this was in bad weather – imagine how many would have been out in fine weather? All the volunteers at all the places we went to were great, and seemed to get everyone through easily and happily, even when getting close to the end of the day on Sunday, when I’m sure everyone must have been exhausted. Really great event. My only complaint maybe that I didn’t have time to see everything! But at least I have a few to check out next year. Some of my pics from the weekend:
Did everyone else enjoy Open House? Did you get out into it or did the weather turn…
“Melbourne’s had one for years, and their weather is entirely tragic. With the best balmy summer nights in Australia, we’re making the most of it. We’ve craned a whole oasis environment onto the roof, complete with palm trees, astro turf, a series of vintage caravans from which food and drinks are served, 250 lovely black and white stripey beach chairs to lounge in, and hundreds of pink flamingoes for fun. Think retro Miami poolside mini-golf trashy with a dash of Hollywood glitz.” Continue reading “Perth’s first rooftop cinema!”→