inspect, UNSWÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s 2007 interior architecture exhibition showcasing for the future
January 7th, 2008
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Interior Architecture program held their 2007 graduation exhibition, inspect, at UNSW’s Randwick campus in November.
In a culmination of four years of hard work and long hours, the event featured final design presentations, sketch designs and architectural models ranging from a futuristic air cabin for Virgin Atlantic, to an urban renewal project for the City of Sydney.
The students utilized the industrial nature of the tram shed by positioning their works against large machinery pieces, and using defunct university furniture to create a mezzanine level bar that overlooked the display.
The exhibition was orchestrated by a committee of the graduating students and 1500 guests passed through the doors over the three days.
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