A new exhibition at the University of Technology, Sydney, will let you discover Lacoste + Stevenson’s podium project before it is built.
May 2nd, 2011
Opening on Wednesday 4 May, Lacoste + Stevenson’s A Room in the City will give Sydneysiders an insight into the plans and processes behind the proposed UTS podium extension, recently featured on Indesignlive.
The exhibition will feature conceptual diagrams, perspectives, models and an animation of the podium, a new main entrance to the University that will offset the existing brutalist tower on Broadway.
A Room in the City runs until Monday 16 May.
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