Every year, the students of the Bachelor of Interior Architecture program at the University of New South Wales prepares an annual graduation exhibition showcasing the breadth of talent that lies within the newest group of up‐andcoming designers.
September 5th, 2011
The title for the exhibition this year is called re|FORM and showcases the work of Final Year Bachelor of Interior Architecture students in exploring the visions for the proposed underground cultural facility at the Northern Headland of Barangaroo.
Barangaroo is one of the most ambitious and significant waterfront greening projects anwhere in the world. It will transform a vacant 22 hectare industrial site into a new precinct for Sydney, with a new public Headland Park on the harbour and a thriving community, residential and comercial heart. The northern area of Barangaroo will see the development of a new, spectacular headland park for the inner harbour based on the shoreline that existed in 1836.
Industrial Opening Night: 6.30pm Thursday 24th November
Friends and Family Opening Night: 6.30pm Friday 25th November
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