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Terra Fluxus is a recorder of the dynamic medium of landscape.
The Metromover Station is a place of interaction, a node, and an icon within the urban fabric of the new arts precinct downtown Miami.
The library should be read as the anti-object. Less a noun, or something you could name, and more of a verb or action you could describe.
Point Zero tests the decoding of the QR code through distortion, utilising the one point perspective construction method.
re-hiding engenders the re-use, re-cycling, re-distributing and re-generation of components of the existing territory.
72 Hour Urban Action is an international rapid architecture and design festival, defined by community needs, an extreme deadline, a tight budget and limited space.
sol.A is a kinetic sculpture developed in relation to the sun’s path and actuated by the sun’s solar energy specific to its location at Federation Square.
‘Scaler’ is a site specific dynamic sculpture that symbolises the renewal of the Delacombe community and the reclaiming of the park through the complex assemblage of discrete parts that coalesce the surrounding context to form a large cohesive dynamic body suspended over the water.
In Disguise is the title of the proposed Moorabbin Junction project for the Street 14 Competition that intends to inspire and challenge our understanding of what a street, park, and square may be, and perhaps what they might be in defining public space in our cities.
The installation is intended to inspire and challenge our understanding of what a park is, and perhaps what they might be.
The aim of the studio was to ‘educate’ students on how to deal with changes and so called ‘accidents’ that occur in the design-process in order to produce designs with an accumulated wealth and a broadened dynamic way of (bottom-up) planning.
The Game On Design Research Studio explores the landscape design project as one of strategy, opportunity and multi scenarios.
The brief is to design a landscape pavilion, and in part, the outcome will be to define what a landscape pavilion may be as determined by an examination of your own work.
Urban Seeding is part of the larger project, ReActivate Latrobe Valley. Its mission is to activate sites for temporary uses while waiting for more permanent forms of development.
The VRI Hall will encourage locals to be part of the community and understand that they live within a wonderful web of broader networks that exist in the neighbourhood.
sol.ARGE is the playful development of the dynamic sculpture sol.A into a large building, hence the title.
The project is an urban landscape, generated by the flow forces that link diverse infrastructures and urban spaces in the city.
Our design is intentionally configured as a structure that can be explored, The pathway extends up, over and around the pier, at times shielding, protecting and at other times daring the visitor further than that they might have intended to go.
The project ultimately saw the production of a comprehensive catalogue and series of design refinements for the Coastal Amenities Buildings that were originally designed by Peter and are to be constructed via prefabrication in parks throughout the state.
Illuminate, is a Projection Festival in its second year that was distributed along the streets of Morwell to form a key part of the broader Winter Night Festival 2015.
Illuminate, is a Projection Festival in its first year that was distributed along the streets of Morwell to form a key part of the broader Winter Night Festival 2014.
Hazelwood Cemetery Study, Hazelwood, Australia.
The project is part of the Reactivate Latrobe Valley initiative and will see a number of different spaces across Latrobe City come to life when thousands of sunflowers bloom in summer.
Nature’s Cathedral is an immersive space of wonder and celebration, of contrast and difference, and of challenge to the significance of the landscapes, and the landscape discipline in the built environment that informs our cultural, ecological, economic, and political being.
‘Cove Knot’ has been structural designed in collaboration with an engineer to specifically address both its inherent geometry, and as a lightweight, self-supporting structure.
‘b.Home’ is intended as a good humoured and intelligent response to the Delacombe Wetalands Sculpture Project, something to bring a smile, create a sense of wonder and belonging, and contribute to a sustainable ecology.
The design proposal operates through the multiple scales of the site and local neighbourhood to celebrate and amplify its qualities, whilst simultaneously creating a unique iconic focus.