The Faculty of the Built Environment at the University of New South Wales is set to host its multidisciplinary exhibition, themed LUMINOCITY at Pier 2/3, Walsh Bay from the 15th – 22nd of November.
The Faculty of the Built Environment at the University of New South Wales is set to host its multidisciplinary exhibition, themed LUMINOCITY at Pier 2/3, Walsh Bay from the 15th - 22nd of November.
October 30th, 2012
THE FUTURE SET is the Interior Architecture pavilion at this year’s exhibition with the Opening Night on the 16th of November.
This year graduate students from Interior Architecture were asked to propose and design a cultural facility that would redefine Sydney Harbour’s Goat Island as a cultural hub for both local and international audiences. This exhibition will encompass the works of these students from the Bachelor of Interior Architecture.
The graduates of Interior Architecture invite you to become a part of this excellent event that showcases the professionalism, innovative vision and array of talent that this graduating year possesses. Family and friends are most welcome at this event.
If you would like to support the UNSW Built Environment Interior Architecture graduands, the designers, thought leaders and catalysts for urban change of tomorrow please visit this website where donations can be made. Funds will assist with costs of designing and installing the exhibition and our pavilion.
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