https://jpf.org.au/events/anime-architecture/ The Japan Foundation (Central Park, Chippendale) is hosting an exhibition on the architecture of Japanese ‘anime’. If you are interested in modes of architectural representation, animation, sci-fi, drawings, utopian/distopian architectural visions, then go along and have a look. It’s free as well. Opening night Friday June 1.
https://australianinteriordesignawards.com/pages/gallery The winners of the 2018 Australian Interior Design Awards have been announced. Have a look a the category winners and see what makes them outstanding in relation to interiors. What things can you learn to incorporate in your design projects?
The Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Hons.) team is happy to invite you to the End of Session event CARVE: an exhibition of students’ work from this semester in an exquisite showroom, Artedomus, 6/45-55 Epson Rd, Rosebery. Date: 31st May 2018 Students will be happy to welcome you at 6pm. A showroom tour for BIA students […]
https://www.dulux.com.au/specifier/services-and-programs/dulux-colour-awards Have a look at the winners of the Dulux Colour awards 2018. And don’t forget to consider entering your own work in the student section when the next round of entries comes up later on in the year.
Academy Tiles has recently launched the Academy KAZA Tile Design Competition – an exciting and innovative Tile Design competition, which offers aspiring Architects and Designers the chance to have their original 3D tile design become a reality. It would be great for your students to get involved and a great opportunity for them to […]
Hi, There will be another BIA Catch Up session in the Square House Studios on Friday April 13 between 2pm and 4pm. This is an opportunity to come along and get extra help with any of your subjects whether it’s studio, tech, CP or anything else. There will be BIA staff and senior students to […]
Dr Laurence Kimmel: I’m happy to announce an exhibition entitled ‘Cut Insight’ I am curating at the Sheffer gallery, Sydney, and would like to invite you to the opening on the 11th April 2018 at 6pm. This exhibition presents works by French artists Maxime Thieffine, Sarah Tritz, Claire-Jeanne Jezequel and Eric Stephany. The links between […]
The DIA is running a model making masterclass with Make Models (Wed 11 April). The masterclass will be interactive so you’ll get a chance to use 3D printing and CnC millers and laser cutters. This is a great opportunity to improve and perfect your model making skills and would be a great thing to include […]
BIA Lecturer Dr Laurence Kimmel has contributed to the debates around the flexibility of boundaries between public and private enabled by computational design. The article presents ways for communities to regain control of their environment through new technologies, as long as “common law” of public life is respected. Safeguarding the possibility of events and creative […]
SaSa Art projects are speaking and exhibiting at this year’s Biennale of Sydney, an event not to be missed. This community art collective is a group some of you have and will meet through the summer elective ‘Street Life Studies: Cambodia’ (BENV6001). https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/artists/sa-sa-art-projects/ Sa Sa Art Projects was established in 2010 by Cambodian art collective […]
How might we improve the living conditions in one of the poorest areas of Bangladesh? Our first hack of 2018 asks teams to design and develop solutions to improve the living conditions within the Korail slums. This could be solving one, or both of the major concerns stated in the problem statement, with an emphasis […]
To all the BIA- Welcome back for 2018. Especially for the first year students. 2018 sees a number of changes within the BIA. Firstly we would like to welcome Lisa Zamberlan as the new Program Director (PD) and thank Bruce Watson for his service to BIA over the years in his role as PD. Bruce […]
Well done to those 3rd year students featured in the newsletter of The Studio, our client for this semester’s DP6 INTA2302 on workplace. These projects showcase how innovatively the 3rd years approached the The Studio’s brief for a startup incubator in the tech sector. Building on last year’s course model, Ms Iva Durakovic coordinated the […]
Dr Sing d’Arcy has just had his review of the Cleaveland Rooftop project by SJB published in the December issue of Houses Magazine. BIA students can access Houses on-line through the following link (you will need to login to the library website). We also have physical copies of Artichoke in the Library. http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=227370906299277;res=IELHSS The BIA […]
Thursday night saw the launch of Eclectic Electric – the BIA(Hons) Grad Show – at the Zenith Show Room in Surry Hills. The event was well attended by students, alumni, industry, BE Staff and stakeholders. A big thanks to all the sponsors who helped make this event possible, to the exhibition committee members and Ms […]
Just a reminder that the BIA (Hons) Graduand Exhibition ‘Eclectic Electric’ opens tomorrow night at Zenith Showrooms, Surry Hills. Don’t miss out on seeing the exciting student work on the White Bay Power Station. Here is a sample of a project from Josh How ‘Fast Lanes’.
Monday saw the students of the BIA (Hons) Graduation Studio present their work to staff and industry representatives. The work was of an extremely high level and demonstrated the skill and learning of four dedicated years. Congratulations to all those who participated in the day. You can come along to the Graduation Show ‘Eclectic Electric’ […]
The BIA (Honours) End of Semester exhibition started on Tuesday 31st October in the Red Centre Gallery, and is visible until 3rd November 4pm. It is entitled FUSION, and showcases interior architecture works by 1st, 2nd and 3rd years. It is organized by a team of five students from 3rd year: Rachel Ang, Joanne Feng, Leo […]
Save the date: Tuesday Oct 31 6pm. The End of Session 2 Exhibition ‘Fusion’ will showcase interior architecture works by 1st, 2nd and 3rd years. The BIA End of Semester exhibition, entitled FUSION, is organized by a team of five students from 3rd year: Rachel Ang, Joanne Feng, Leo Wang, Emily Sutton, and Maia Guppy-Hall. Location: UNSW Red Centre […]