The work of 22 contemporary Queensland architectural practices will feature in a major new exhibition at GoMA, Brisbane, this August.
July 21st, 2008
The work of 22 contemporary Queensland architectural practices will feature in a major new exhibition exploring diverse design responses to our climate, changing lifestyle patterns and population growth.
‘Place Makers: Contemporary Queensland Architects’ spans residential, public and institutional projects built in the last 15 years and incorporates several generations of architects.
Architects will include: Rex Addison, Andresen O’Gorman, Arkhefield, Bark, Bligh Voller Nield, Bud Brannigan Architects, Lindsay & Kerry Clare (Architectus), Cox Rayner Architects, Donovan Hill, Richard Kirk Architect, JMA Architects, m3architecture, Ian Moore Architects, Owen and Vokes, Phorm Architecture + Design, Gabriel Poole, Riddel Architecture, James Russell Architect, Brian Steendÿk, Jennifer Taylor and James Connor, Elizabeth Watson Brown Architects and Wilson Architects.
The exhibition runs from 2 August – 23 November 2008? Gallery 3.5 & 3.6 at GoMA.
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