Studio Selection Sem1

Andrea Quagliola and Emiliano Roia

Studio Project: STUDIO TITLE:  Forest-like Ventures STUDIO BRIEF: The studio will investigate the design of a mid-rise residential building, exploring the visual, structural and tactile qualities of wood. STUDIO PHILOSOPHY: The studio is conceived as a workshop, where the sharing

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Andrea Quagliola and Emiliano Roia

Studio Project: STUDIO TITLE:  Forest-like Ventures STUDIO BRIEF: The studio will investigate the design of a mid-rise residential building, exploring the visual, structural and tactile qualities of wood. STUDIO PHILOSOPHY: The studio is conceived as a workshop, where the sharing

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Lara Pinho

Studio Project: Plastic Fantastic: A Deadly Love Affair Plastic has transformed our lives. It has made the modern world possible. Milk is no longer delivered in glass bottles. Supermarkets offer a wider range of fresh produce in a variety of

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Lara Pinho

Studio Project: Plastic Fantastic: A Deadly Love Affair Plastic has transformed our lives. It has made the modern world possible. Milk is no longer delivered in glass bottles. Supermarkets offer a wider range of fresh produce in a variety of

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Michelle Blakeley

Studio Project: Low- rise high-density low-income affordable housing “The architect’s primary goal is to improve people’s way of life by assessing both social needs and human desires, as well as political, economic and environmental issues.”  Alejandro Aravena, Pritzker Prize Laureate,

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Michelle Blakeley

Studio Project: Low- rise high-density low-income affordable housing “The architect’s primary goal is to improve people’s way of life by assessing both social needs and human desires, as well as political, economic and environmental issues.”  Alejandro Aravena, Pritzker Prize Laureate,

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Tristan Morgan

Studio Project: Design in the 4th Industrial Revolution The studio will explore the future of architectural design practice within a rapidly changing 21st century marked by massive disruption and the urgent and competing concerns of total automation, end-stage capitalism, global-warming,

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Tristan Morgan

Studio Project: Design in the 4th Industrial Revolution The studio will explore the future of architectural design practice within a rapidly changing 21st century marked by massive disruption and the urgent and competing concerns of total automation, end-stage capitalism, global-warming,

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Semester one 2019 Master of Architecture Studio Coordinators and Studio Times

AUDRC  Thursday 9-12, Monday 5-8 optional Simon Anderson   Monday 2-5 Lara Pinho  Thursday 2-5 Santiago Perez    Monday 2-5 Andrea Quagliola/Emiliano Roia    Monday 10-1 and Thursday 10-1 Kukame McPierzie     Thursday 5-8 Michelle Blakeley     Thursday

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Semester one 2019 Master of Architecture Studio Coordinators and Studio Times

AUDRC  Thursday 9-12, Monday 5-8 optional Simon Anderson   Monday 2-5 Lara Pinho  Thursday 2-5 Santiago Perez    Monday 2-5 Andrea Quagliola/Emiliano Roia    Monday 10-1 and Thursday 10-1 Kukame McPierzie     Thursday 5-8 Michelle Blakeley     Thursday

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Simon Anderson

Studio Project: Housing (for most) Now If architects want to make a difference in the world then the best place to work is in mass housing. There are many speculative ideas for future housing in Perth, and elsewhere. This project

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Simon Anderson

Studio Project: Housing (for most) Now If architects want to make a difference in the world then the best place to work is in mass housing. There are many speculative ideas for future housing in Perth, and elsewhere. This project

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Santiago Perez

Studio Project: PROTO-ARCHITECTURE 1:1 Contemporary Design Practices may be understood as shifting from a purely design-oriented (aesthetically or performance-based) culture, to a hybrid culture of empirical / physical material testing and prototyping, digital + fabrication processes, responding to ecological /

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Santiago Perez

Studio Project: PROTO-ARCHITECTURE 1:1 Contemporary Design Practices may be understood as shifting from a purely design-oriented (aesthetically or performance-based) culture, to a hybrid culture of empirical / physical material testing and prototyping, digital + fabrication processes, responding to ecological /

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Australian Urban Design Research Centre (AUDRC) – Anthony Duckworth Smith

Studio Project: LINK 2 In this studio, in the tradition of grand urban plans, you will investigate the potential of wholesale urban regeneration of an underutilised urban precinct. LINK 2 is a site which allows you to imagine the ‘repair’

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Australian Urban Design Research Centre (AUDRC) – Anthony Duckworth Smith

Studio Project: LINK 2 In this studio, in the tradition of grand urban plans, you will investigate the potential of wholesale urban regeneration of an underutilised urban precinct. LINK 2 is a site which allows you to imagine the ‘repair’

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Kukame McPierzie

Studio Project: Are libraries still relevant? This will be a design-focussed studio where you will develop a concept proposal for a new converged library and cultural centre in Perth. Through your architectural proposition you will explore ideas about the role

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Kukame McPierzie

Studio Project: Are libraries still relevant? This will be a design-focussed studio where you will develop a concept proposal for a new converged library and cultural centre in Perth. Through your architectural proposition you will explore ideas about the role

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Studio Selection Form Semester One 2019

Studio Selection this semester will be completed online.  All ballots must be received by 5pm Thursday 21 February. Please have a read through all the studio introductions. There are staff profiles which may be especially useful for studio coordinators you

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Studio Selection Form Semester One 2019

Studio Selection this semester will be completed online.  All ballots must be received by 5pm Thursday 21 February. Please have a read through all the studio introductions. There are staff profiles which may be especially useful for studio coordinators you

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