On Tuesday evening, a small crowd gathered at Cho Cho San in Sydney in anticipation of a new architectural and design publication: ‘Materiality: Brick and block in contemporary Australian architecture’, which was commissioned by Brickworks Building Products.
March 26th, 2015
The book, edited and curated by Sydney writer Ron Ringer, celebrates the art and artistry of designers and architects working in Australia today. At the pre-launch dinner, guests were treated to an introduction by Brett Ward, General Manager Marketing Brickworks Building Products, and insight into the book’s background and production from Editor Ron Ringer. Here are the pictures from a fabulous evening.
Materiality will be launched on the 11th June 2015 by Dry Press Publishing. RRP $99.99
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