Creative spirits will soar in Noosa’s hilltops as Bark Design Architects host their first ’Open Studio’ event.
June 23rd, 2009
Nurture your creative soul by visiting the Bark Design Studio when they open their doors to the public this Noosa Long Weekend.
Award winning architecture firm Bark Design Architects will welcome visitors to their studio and allow them an exclusive peak into the inner workings of their practice.
Perched on a hilltop in Noosa Hinterland and boasting awe-inspiring views, design lovers will find themselves struggling to resist their creative urges as they enjoy afternoon tea and mingle with innovators of the architecture industry.
Focusing on architect/client collaborative design processes, this talented team of architects will demystify the architectural process and expose the genius behind their simple, sustainable designs.
Run by Lindy Atkin, Bark Design Architects co-director and sustainable design advocate, this unique event will be an enlightening follow-up to the Sustainability Forum, which will run earlier in the day.
Bark Design Architects are responsible for designing the Visitor Information Centre in Hastings Street, Noosa, as well as other iconic residences across Australia and are offering visitors a rare opportunity to gain insight into the secrets behind these spaces.
The Bark Design ‘Open Studio’ Event will be held from 2 – 4pm on Sunday 28 June 2009 at 185 Sunrise Road, Tinbeerwah, Noosa.
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