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2015 SABE Final Year Exhibition – Fri 04 Dec, 6pm

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Research 21 Series – How Green is Green Building?

Join the Faculty of the Professions for the upcoming Research 21 Lecture Series event with Veronica Soebarto. A “green” building is a label applied to a building that is designed, constructed and operated in a way that will use resources efficiently and reduce the negative impact on the natural environment while providing a healthy condition […]

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Event: the Architectural Production of Space

PhD project by Athanasios Lazarou Recently, we have seen the visible role of architecture facilitating events during crises around the world. From Egypt, Turkey, Ukraine, and to the focus of this research, Athens, Greece, new protest movements have emerged to centre on public squares that link people and architecture by their contextual dependency. For Athens, […]

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Form-Patterns and the Work of Troppo Architects

PhD project by Jessica Hsiao-Li Huang  Jessica’s research investigates how the work of the award-winning Australian firm of Troppo Architects over three decades from the 1980s demonstrates relationships between the form patterns they use and regional social-cultural, institutional, and environmental contexts. The research material includes interviews with founders and associated stakeholders, original drawings and other documents, […]

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Geometry, Spirituality, and Symbolism: A Study in lslamic Art and Architecture

PhD project by Mhlea Mania Capruta This research investigates the symbolic and spiritual aspects of Islamic art and architecture. Its main aim is to introduce a renewed understanding of Islamic geometry by interpreting selected Sufi notions concerning being and manifestations from a Heideggerian hermeneutical perspective. It constructs its interpretation against a historical reading of the […]

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