25 top Australian architects on display in Germany this month
November 2nd, 2007
The tradition and diverse transformation of modern Australian architecture is currently on show for the first time in Berlin’s German Centre of Architecture (DAZ).
Living the Modern – Australian Architecture’ exhibits the independent development of Australian architecture through innovative solutions which are little known on a global scale.
Showcasing 25 architectural firms, including Ian Moore Architects, Elenberg Fraser and David Luck Architecture, the exhibition documents the culturally and environmentally specific development of Australia’s modern architecture, concentrating on housing.
Participating architects explain their concepts, resulting forms, use of materials, technical aspects and building structure and views on aesthetic, design, standards and functionality.
The exhibition, which includes built examples, will run until 11 November 2007.
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