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Durbach Block Jaggers Architects

Durbach Block Jaggers Architects

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Winners of many awards, including the Wilkinson and Robin Boyd Residential Housing Awards (twice) … Durbach Block Jaggers have a series of tight, luminescent projects to their name. A small office of eight, they are a practice that tackles residential projects, toilet blocks and major public spaces with equal vigour. Indeed, every horizontal surface of their office in Sydney’s CBD is littered with half-finished, half-painted models; that could be a house on a cliff, an art gallery in Perth, or studies of glowing toilet blocks. These bending and arcing balsa models, painted shades of green and blue, are representative of their search for the elegant solution; the model or sketch that captures the idea of the project perfectly.
Episode-id: 1000351064061
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Udgivelsesdato: 1/9/2015 06.06.00

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The Abedian School of Architecture Lecture Series 2015 at Bond University brings together a range of high-profile national and international speakers offering their insights and approaches to the practice of architecture and urbanism in the 21st century. The series offers a forum for speculation, exploration, and discussion of both the cutting edge of the discipline and its seminal foundations, presented through lectures, panel discussion, and film. The 2015 series features Richard Leplastrier (Australia), Thomas Bailey/Room11 (Australia), Drawing on Life (Ireland/film), Takeshi Katagiri (Japan), Juhani Pallasmaa (Finland), Neil Durbach (Australia), Adrian Carter (Australia), David Erdman (Hong Kong), Rachel Neeson (Australia), Kerstin Thompson (Australia), and Li Hu (China).

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