Making @Scale Online Catalogue

http://wp.architecture.com.au/making/events/atscaleexhibition/

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.

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Presenting…

A little project I’ve been working on with the very talented Kerry Edwards for the Australian Institute of Architects 2014 National Conference.

secret perth’ self-guided tours

roffen-profilePerth CBD
by Richard Offen
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Perth heritage walk: 185 years
of history in 55 minutes

Click here for map and audio tour.

 

jchindarsi-profileMount Lawley by Joe Chindarsi
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Rolling down Highgate Hill: coffee, scotch and jazz

Click here for map and audio tour.

 

 

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Fremantle
by Kieran Wong
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From dawn to dusk:
a day in Freo

Click here for map and audio tour.

 

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Northbridge
by Carly Barrett
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Artful Shenanigans:
culture and kebabs oh my!

Click here for map and audio tour.

More information at http://wp.architecture.com.au/making/events/self-guided-tours/

 

The best place in Australia

Hot off the press today: Perth’s Forrest Place wins Australia’s Great Place Award! This excites me for two main reasons: (a) I live in Perth (b) I work at the architecture firm that “architected” said Place. This national recognition is another affirmation that Perth is AWESOMETOWN!

Read the Architecture & Design article here.

Making Fun @ Scale

Submission deadline is THIS SUNDAY!

Don’t miss your chance to exhibit at QV1 Perth in ‘Making Fun @ Scale’ – on public display as part of the National Architecture Conference this May.

See call for submissions below.
Email your proposal to makingfun.scale@gmail.com

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More info on the ‘Making’ website.

Stop Motion Time Travel

Last night we celebrated the closing of ‘Go Away and Come Back: an exhibition of architecture, travel, research, experience‘. It’s been a pleasure to work with this talented bunch. For those who didn’t make it, here’s what I exhibited. Continue reading “Stop Motion Time Travel”