Stage one of the Southbank Institute of Technology project. Integrated artworks by Alexander Lotersztain
April 29th, 2008
The Southbank Institute of Technology project, Queensland, in consultation with Cox Rayner and Gamble McKinnon Green, have commissioned 2.5m worth of integrated artwork across the new precinct with stage one artworks already complete.
As part of the strategy, curator of the project, Jacqueline Armitstead of Cox Rayner has commissioned the TWIG design (pictured) by Queensland’s star designer, Alexander Lotersztain of Studio Derlot.
The seating is featured across both stages and integrated into the landscape plan. The TWIG design was also short listed in the Australian International Design Awards.
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