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SABE July 15 – Dr Joost van Hoof (seminar on health and homes)

The School of Architecture and Built Environment is delighted to have Dr Joost van Hoof from Fontys University of Applied Science to discuss new research for the design and technologies for homes particularly of the aging population. The research will be held on 17, 20, 22 and 24 July 2015, to be held at the […]

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Final Year exhibition 2013 article by Brett Williamson (891 ABC Adelaide)

Brett Williamson from 891 ABC Adelaide has written an article about the Final Year exhibition 2013. View pictures of the final year exhibition-Flickr  

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Romaldo Giurgola and the ‘Other’ Tradition of Modernism

PhD project by Stephen Schrapel Until the announcement of the winning Mitchell/Giurgola competition entry for the Federal Parliament in June 1980, Aldo Giurgola, the lead designer, was a relatively unknown identity in Australia and knew little of the country. Over the intervening eight years until the completion of the Parliament in 1988, a transformation took place […]

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The Invisible Privatisation of Civic Space: Implications for Landscape Architects

PhD project by Janell Arbon The line between private and public space has altered in the context of the city due to commercialisation and urban regeneration. This shift from clearly identifiable ‘public’ spaces to those of an ambiguous nature can have a negative impact on how users perceive and imagine their surroundings. Thus broad assessments […]

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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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